Learn how to assess people situations and managing one-self and others.
· Why people invest so much of their lives working and end up hating it.
· The rise of stupid management.
· The value of corporate values
· Why people who work for you constantly drive you up the wall.
This book addresses a very key area in our life - WORK. It helps executives and managers to understand and manage themselves and others in the workplace. Staying clear of conventional management wisdom, it presents instead the paradoxes and contradictions of human behavior in organization. Most importantly, this book has an Asian flavor, which the Asian readers will be able to relate to.
Managers at ever level will recognize the complexities, dilemmas and traumas that the book describes and will be challenged by these provocative views on the art of managing people.
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Eng Whye Teck, international trainer in Management & Creative Thinking Skills runs his own training consultancy. Conducting up to 100 workshops annually, he is in constant demand as a workshop leader and seminar speaker. He has trained more than 20,000 executives and managers in Singapore and the Asean region.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 184 pages. 7.00x5.20x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0130083798