Relationships

Relationships

 
Motivating Employees Bruce, Anne | Pepitone, James S. McGraw-Hill , 1999 Leadership, Management, Relationships

What makes companies Southwest Airlines, Disney, and Ben & Jerry's different from millions of other corporations out there? These companies, along...

 
 
Creating WE Glaser, Judith E. Platinum Press Inc. , 2005 Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Relationships, Teams

According to Glaser, organizations lose their spirit, become mediocre, and die when they fall prey to what she calls the self-serving I-centric behaviors of control, blame, resignation, attachment to the past,...

 
 
Lion Taming Katz, Steven L. SourceBooks, Inc. , 2004 Human Resources, Management, Personal Growth, Relationships

In Lion Taming, Steven Katz, former advisor to four U.S. senators and senior advisor to leaders and executives spanning the realms of business, non-profits, politics, and government, uses the analogy...

 
 
Survival of the Savvy Brandon, Rick | Seldman, Marty Simon & Schuster , 2004 Leadership, Management, Personal Growth, Relationships

Each day in the business world, a corporate version of “survival of the fittest” unfolds in the form of power plays, turf battles, deceptions, and sabotages. As a result, individuals’ careers are thwarted and companies...

 
 
The Value Factor Hurd, Mark | Nyberg, Lars Bloomberg Press , 2005 Business Strategy, Customer Focus, Relationships

Mark Hurd, HP’s recently named CEO and president, spent 25 years at NCR (the last two as chief executive and president), where he was instrumental in formulating and executing strategies to maximize operational...

 
 
Start With NO Camp, Jim Harper Publishers` , 1992 Management, Relationships

We have heard about it before - the infamous win-win situation. Negotiators are told that their most important task is to find a situation where both...

 
 
The Oz Principle Connors, Roger | Smith, Tom | Hickman, Craig Penguin Group , 2004 Business Strategy, Leadership, Relationships

In The Oz Principle, Connors, Smith, and Hickman brilliantly use the analogy of "The Wizard of Oz" to discuss a business philosophy aimed in propelling individuals and...

 
 
How to be a Star at Work Kelley, Robert E. Crown Publishing Group , 1999 Relationships, Social Responsibility
Robert E. Kelley wrote this book that objectively discusses ways of bringing the optimal force of the third wave generation. This book offers brainpowered workers like...
 
 
The 18 Immutable Laws of Corporate Reputation Alsop, Ronald J. Wall Street Journal Books , 2004 Customer Focus, Relationships
Everything an individual or company does or produces contributes to its reputation. Reputation is an intangible asset, but a very important...
 
 
Crucial Confrontations Patterson, Kerry | Grenny, Joseph | McMillan, Ron | Switzler, Al McGraw-Hill , 2004 Communication, Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Personal Growth, Relationships

Behind the problems that plague organizations are individuals who cannot, or will not, deal with broken promises and violated expectations. The problems often involve broken rules, missed deadlines, and simply...

 
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