With worker productivity at a dangerously low level, many managers don't realize that changing management's behavior is the key to mining the gold in the organization. True leaders can clear away the obstacles to worker productivity and turbocharge staff performance, says bestselling author and top trainer Jack Zenger. Slashing the time needed to perform every activity will start a revolution in the company that will truly allow everyone, managers and workers alike, to reap the benefits of "working smarter, not longer." ABOUT THE AUTHOR Jack Zenger (San Jose, CA) is the former chairman of Times Mirror Training, Inc., the largest group of training companies in the world. He coauthored Self-Directed Work Teams (Irwin, 1990) and Not Just for CEO's: Sure-Fire Success Secrets for the Rest of Us (Irwin, 1996).
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22 Actions You Can Use to Turbocharge Yoru People! ``A real gem. I'm Sometimes asked for one source on how to implement the management ideas I've written about. I now have the answer: Jack Zenger's book.''-- Bob Waterman, Co-author, In Search of Excellence ``I like this book, it deals with practical thoughts and actions that can actually be implemented as part of real work life.''--Philip B. Crosby, Chairman, Career IV, Inc. ``. . .a clearly written, down-to-earth and useful guide to increase wealth and creativity though productivity.''--Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor of Business Administration, University of Southern California, Author, Creative Collaboration ``Short, clear, practical tips on how to get the job done. . .a useful addition to every manager's bookshelf.''Jon Katzenback, Director, McKinsey & Company, Inc. ``. . .if an organizational leader just does half of what Jack prescribes, it'll quickly send the performance needle in the right direction.''--Jim Shaffer, Principal, Tower Perrin.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0070727171
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070727171