Work Responsibilities And Psychology

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Publisher Description

"A guide to the issues faced by managers and the responsibilities which they must master."

This book is divided up into five sections: the introduction to the book, the recruitment of employees, the everyday responsibilities, the evaluation of performance, and the professional techniques. These five sections will provide both theoretical and practical insights, which are applicable to the management role. In the book, you will get an advanced audio and slide-show presentation regarding various common management topics, including:

• Why the management profession is unique among the professions.

• Differences between external and internal recruitment.

• The limitations of the unstructured interview.

• Conducting a structured interview.

• The purpose behind authentic job previews.

• How to best perform various responsibilities, including: delegation, motivation and mentorship.

• Setting goals, and using reward and punishment to guide behaviour.

• Looking for and preparing an understudy.

• Assessments and their role in shaping performance.

• Assessing employees objectively.

• The reason, the process and the problems of performance evaluations.

• The levels of communication.

• Communicating and collaborating with human resources.

• Responding to a problem employee.

• Leading a team effectively.

• What are strategic alliances, why are they needed, and what are the benefits.

• How are strategic alliances forged?

The goal of the book is to help prepare you with the quick insight necessary to succeed in the management role. The ideas presented were designed to help you to enhance your practice.

What am I going to get from this presentation?

• Gain experience and insights into the management practice.

• Improve your practice as a manager through the use of professional techniques.

• Become a more objective, insightful and effective leader.

• Absorb interesting concepts, terminology and examples.

• Improve your ability to discuss the profession with your colleagues.

• Learn advanced techniques in areas such as team leadership and the formation of strategic alliances.

• Become a better manager who is respected by subordinates, superiors and peers.

• Make a smooth transition from a worker to a manager, and once a manager, have the knowledge required to stay there!

Who is the target audience?

• Production Workers, Team leaders, Supervisors, Managers.

• Students of leadership, management, and psychology.

• Anyone wishing to become an effective leader or manager.

• Anyone wishing to gain an insight into the responsibilities of a manager.

• Anyone wishing to understand how psychology impacts the role.

• Anyone who is likely to be promoted to a new management role.

• A person who is a new manager and is undergoing training.

• Management professionals pursuing professional development.

• Production workers who wish to understand their manager's role.

• Business professionals who need to perform leadership functions.

• Business professionals who wish to lead objectively and effectively.

    Business & Personal Finance
    September 7
    Dorin Cernat
    Dorin Cernat

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