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How To Successfully Manage People

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A book by Jon Anshutz

The purpose of this book is to give you a better understanding of what it takes to effectively manage people. ""How To Successfully Manage People"" is a complete guide for managing. Anshutz goes out of his way to teach you the skills you will need to … see full wiki

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Author: Jon Anshutz
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How To Successfully Manage People

  • Jul 25, 2010
How To Successfully Manage People is a common sense guide about how to motivate employees while increasing office cohesiveness. The concept behind the author's guidelines is simple, "your employees are your best clients". Basically, this phrase implores the employer to treat his or her employees with respect and as an equal. The author states that employees who feel respected will be happier and more productive than those employees who feel used or subordinate. Beginning with this key concept, the author sets out ways to examine and use employees' strengths, weakness, ideas, and goals to benefit the business as a whole while creating a respectful family atmosphere.

How To Successfully Manage People relays important common sense messages that are often easily lost in the daily anxieties over personal life, business finances, and production quotas. This book not only reminds the reader about these important ideas but also gives important steps to repair the damage caused by ignoring these concepts. In this way, the book sets out various exercises and plans to create a motivated, productive office atmosphere.

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