Mastering People Management

Mastering People Management : Updated and Fully Reformatted

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In a time of rapid change and intense competition, the greatest resource for any business is its people. This book explains how to build and develop a successful team by motivating, empowering and leading people. Based on in-depth experience of developing people and initiating change within many organisations, Mark Thomas provides a practical guide to mastering the essential techniques of people management.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 146 x 208 x 22mm | 439.98g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 1854183281
  • 9781854183286
  • 1,579,923

Table of contents

1 What is management?; 2 Mastering yourself; 3 Mastering performance management; 4 Mastering face-to-face communications; 5 Mastering role reviews and coaching techniques; 6 Mastering poor performers; 7 Mastering team management; 8 Mastering time management; 9 Mastering meetings; 10 Mastering the skills of assertion; 11 Summary checklists.
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Review quote

"'Mark Thomas is a consultant from whom we can all learn about managing' Esra Bozkurt, HR Director, DHL"
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About Mark A. Thomas

The author Mark Thomas is a director of Performance Dynamics, an international business consultancy specialising in organisational change and people development. He has 18 years' practical experience of industrial and commercial consulting throughout Europe, Australia and South-East Asia. He is a regular speaker and writer on organisational and people management issues.
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