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"This is a wonderful book for managers to read. It is comprehensible, concise, and filled with useful wisdom on the human aspects of leadership."--Mike Wilk, partner and practice leader, Ernst & Young"The 9 Powerful Practices of Really Great Bosses provides an excellent training model that a manager can both fully appreciate and easily implement."--Raymond G. Steitz, senior v.p. of human resources, Olam AmericasWhy does one management style make employees hate their jobs, while a different style inspires them to perform and commands their respect? Emotionally intelligent people management skills turn out to be the primary reason. In modern organizations keen onretaining their most talented human capital, there may be no more important competency to develop than the skills that motivate people to outperform the competition.9 Powerful Practices of Really Great Bosses features a sensible, easily implemented framework organized into three distinct sets of skills--foundational, those that prevent common pitfalls, and those that pertain to advanced relationship management. For the busy manager seeking effective and timely results from leadership development training, this book can become a springboard for solid professional growth and accelerated success in the development of all-important people-management skills.
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Stephen Coonts (born July 19, 1946) is an American thriller and suspense novelist.
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