Managing to Make a Difference: Discovering Employees as Colleagues

No manager succeeds without the support of co-workers, but the culture of many work places casts workers as "sub-ordinates" -- people of a lower class. How can employees support management if they are treated as "less than" by managers? Until they are involved as peers and colleagues, employees' great pool of talents will be withheld. Can your company afford those losses? Discover the better way!

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About Woodrow Sears

Semi-retired consultant, active college instructor, author (6 books for HRD Press in 2007-8), regular contributor to the Cincom "ExpertAccess" business e-zine. I hold one of the early doctorates in Human Resource Development, lectured extensively on project management on an international circuit, worked with clients to install systems, and was heavily involved in civil rights, supervisory, and management training. Came to Lithuania in 1998 as a volunteer, and never left. I live in Vilnius in a former monastery, heat with wood (by choice), and love cooking for friends. Living in Europe is special everyday!

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