“Mastering Office Politics” is an in-depth discussion of one of the main areas of life which takes up virtually 70 percent of every working personnel’s waking hours. There are a virtually unlimited array of strategies in dealing with countless scenarios. It is akin to the art of war, and in fact, many principles of the art of war can be employed in this arena.
The Sensitive Supervisor will take you on a short journey banishing the popular beliefs about sensitivity, and open up a new passage to building relationships, happiness and productivity in the workplace for everyone else and for yourself, using nothing other than emotional and social intelligence.
Bad Boss, Great Boss tries to make sense of a plethora of problematic supervisors -- from the "Gentleman" to the "Screamer" and everywhere in between. The book covers the ten types of extreme bosses that ultimately fail in their jobs and how to cope with them. It also addresses the behaviors and skills necessary to be a truly Great Boss in the eyes of one's subordinates.
What makes for a great supervisor? To most people, the answer seems obvious: the ability to manage people. The Supervision Solution turns that notion on its head. As you read these pages, you will quickly learn the difference between managing people and managing their performance, and why one approach works while the other does not.
Managing the Maze –Your Guide to Position Classification and Position Management...is the second book in the series by author Susan Custard. Bringing more than 30 years of federal human resources experience to her work, Custard helps managers and Human Resource Directors to execute highly successful programs within the federal government executive service agencies.
Change is abundant and all around us, but change at the workplace always seems to be a trying experience. In this leadership book the author offers his theory on the real reason behind employees "fear of change" in the workplace.
Once you understand the real reason for resistance you can be proactive with how you roll out change.
If you've recently been promoted as a first line manager/supervisor/lead, or considering it as a next step in your career; than this booklet is for you. It is the first in a series focusing on critical topics that will help you achieve a successful transition in your new position.
Having troubles at work? Staff unhappy? Quality down? Want to avoid these problems?
Ready to become a great Boss? If so, this book will guide you through the process. Being a great Boss doesn't happen by accident. The process is fairly simple. Unfortunately, simple doesn't mean easy. It is hard work, but worth every minute.
Isn't it about time you became a Great Boss.
Concern over the future of American industry has never been higher. Yankee quality and productivity levels often lag behind those of our foreign competitors. Every day, newspapers and magazines carry fresh stories on eroding domestic market shares or the takeover of yet another American firm by Asian and European concerns. Downsizing is a term children know and their parents know even better.