Every manager's desk reference


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1342 p. · 22.9x15.9 cm · Paperback
Providing self-contained how-to sections, this reference guide includes contributions from leading experts in the fields of managing organizations, marketing, stress and time management, and customer service.


1.Stress Management.

The Toxic Workplace. Managing Office Stress. Stress at Home. Getting Sleep, Staying in Balance. Curbing Procrastination. The Stress of Information Overload. Taking the Stress Out of Travel. The Time/Money/Stress Connection.

2.Time Management.

Understanding Time Management. Shaping Your Future. Avoiding the Tyranny of the Urgent. Scheduling for Results. Getting Organized. Managing Your Desk and Office. Surviving Information Overload. Taming Technology. Keeping Interruptions to a Minimum. Multiplying Your Time Through Delegation. Avoiding the Time Traps. Managing Time on the Road.

3.Getting Organized.

Easy Organizing Basics. Finishing a Day's Work in Advance. Using High-Tech Tools and Software. Organizing Your Office. Managing Your Computer. Going on the Road. Working at Home.

4.Motivating People.

What Motivates People? Take Care of the Basics. Providing a Great Environment. Giving Them What They Need to Succeed. Go Team! Throw a Party! Give a Gift. Getting Out of the Office. Just Go Home! Recognizing Achievement. Involving People in Innovation. Providing Challenge. Share the Success!


What Is Leadership? The Traits of a Leader. Leadership Styles. Communicating as a Leader. Successful Speeches and Presentations. Managing Performance. Improving Your Team. Worst Leadership Mistakes. Nonstandard Techniques. Avoiding Micromanagement. Transformational Leadership. Troubleshooting. Nurturing and Mentoring. Women in Leadership. Young or Minority Leaders. Where to Find Help.

6.Organizational Management Basics.

Organizing Your Staff. Managing Your Budget. Staying Focused Amidst Change. Streamlining Business-Specific Processes.

7.Hiring Employees.

Analyzing the Position. The Resumé. References. Testing.

8.Conducting a Job Interview.

Interview Models. Structured Behavioral Interviewing: Part 1.Structured Behavioral Interviewing: Part 2. Controlling the Interview. Navigating the Legal Minefield. Active Listening Skills. Conducting the Interview. Critique and Fine-Tune.

9.Improving Employee Performance and Development.

Improving Performance. Encouraging Employee Development. Striving for Employee Satisfaction. Compensating Employees.

10.Conducting Performance Appraisals.

Improving Communication. Looking at Sample Questions. Three Approaches to Performance Appraisals. Preparing for the Meeting. The Meeting. Gaining Your Employees' Trust. Forging Agreements. Feedback Systems and Recognition Programs. You Can't Win 'Em All. Pulling It All Together.

11.Effective Business Presentations.

Become an Effective Speaker. Define the Central Message. Know Your Listeners. Energy for Effectiveness. Eye-Contact Communication. Gather Your Evidence. Organize Your Material. Create Successful Presentations. Interact with Audiences. Make It Simple. Banish Those Butterflies. Dealing With the Details. Ten-Point Presentation Primer. Handling Questions and Answers. One-to-One Presentations. Listening. Mastering the Media. Continuous Improvement.

12.Creating Effective Visuals.

Visual Aids. Presenting Your Visuals.

13.Running Effective Meetings.

Effective Meeting Basics. Types of Meetings. Is This Meeting Necessary? Planning Your Meeting Strategically. The Importance of Environment. Preparation