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by Terry R. Bacon

Category: Management and Leadership
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Terry R. Bacon
ISBN: 0891062165
ISBN13: 978-0891062165
Language: English
Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing; First Edition edition (October 20, 2006)
Pages: 264
Fb2 eBook: 1329 kb
ePub eBook: 1440 kb
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Terry Bacon has "Manager's Levels of Caring for Employees" for you. While you should be yourself, not faking it. .Terry Bacon's book is a compelling guide that I would recommend to individuals who are new to the leadership arena, as well as those who are already in management.

Terry Bacon has "Manager's Levels of Caring for Employees" for you. While you should be yourself, not faking it, you should know what is expected of successful managers in American workplace. If you decide that you are not comfortable to exhibit the expected behaviors, you should probably reconsider your career objectives. Relationship is like a plant; you must continuously care and feed it for it to prosper. It highlights leadership theory with practical examples, and the content is laid out in easily digestible segments.

What People Want reveals the truth about what it takes to build employee-manager relationships that matter-both to the people involved and to the bottom line.

What People Want, for the first time, addresses the changing demographics and differences in the workplace to highlight what matters most in employee-manager relationships.

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This book lays out a set of best practices that focus on the needs that matter most to co-workers and direct reports: trust, challenge, self-worth, competence, appreciation, excitement, and an ability to develop and sustain an identity o.

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What People Want, for the first time, addresses the changing demographics and differences in the workplace to highlight what matters most in employee-manager relationships. Based on first-of-its-kind research that assessed the needs of hundreds of professionals across a variety of industries, Terry Bacon explores in-depth the seven most important needs-for trust, challenge, self-worth, competence, appreciation, excitement, and an ability to develop and sustain an identity of merit.
Comments to eBook What People Want: A Manager's Guide to Building Relationships That Work
Dakora
good price and quick delivery
Arihelm
Being an over achieving manager, are you surprised by being perceived as an insensitive manager by your employees?

It is not enough just getting the job done. You must also be highly sensitive to others at the workplace in order to flourish in management. Sensitivity plays a key role in building relationships with employees.

Do you really know what your employees want from you?

This book unlocks the secret of being a more sensitive manager. It is packed with diagnostic tips for identifying your insensitive behaviors, if any, and full of actionable suggestions that you can take immediately, if needed.

How sensitive do you need to be at the workplace? Terry Bacon has "Manager's Levels of Caring for Employees" for you. While you should be yourself, not faking it, you should know what is expected of successful managers in American workplace. If you decide that you are not comfortable to exhibit the expected behaviors, you should probably reconsider your career objectives.

Relationship is like a plant; you must continuously care and feed it for it to prosper. I recommend that you read this book periodically as self-examination of your relationships at the workplace. If you discover that you are exhibiting bad behaviors, you can quickly fix them by changing your bad behaviors to the more favorable ones.

This is a great book for building and maintaining good relationships not only with your employees, but also those outside of workplace with whom you wish to develop long lasting relationships.
Lavivan
I am surprised this only has 4 reviews so far. This is an excellent book on people skills and mindsets of good leaders. There is a lot of beef in this one and not just fluff and anecdotes (as in so many leadership books). I highly recommend it!
Cargahibe
Terry Bacon's book is a compelling guide that I would recommend to individuals who are new to the leadership arena, as well as those who are already in management. It highlights leadership theory with practical examples, and the content is laid out in easily digestible segments. Terry combines research based theory with real life scenarios which help the reader relate and apply the concepts to their own situations. I think it should be required reading for all new managers. Great book!
Bragis
This book is excellent reading and should be required reading for all levels of current and prospective managers. It fits in with current modern research on people management and how to motivate employees and supports the theory that most employee productivity problems, etc, are due to poor managerial style and performance. Treating employees as human beings does wonders.
Kipabi
FOrm and content of the book is great, concise, makes you think.
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