TKO Management!: Ten Knockout Strategies for Becoming the Manager Your People Deserve
ISBN/ASIN: 9780470171776,9781118256084 | 2007 | English | pdf | 126/126 pages | 1.80 Mb
Author: Dave Anderson(auth.)
A practical, hard-hitting guide to being a better manager!
In a cutthroat world, doing the basics of business well means the difference between winning and losing. Dave Anderson's TKO Series gives you the practical, high-impact strategies you need to build a business that can put the competition down for the count. TKO Management! presents no-nonsense, tough-as-nails practices for becoming a better leader and manager in every way.
Packed with easy-to-follow, step-by-step guidance, TKO Management! will train you in the right skills and the most effective tactics for managing your people and your business. This straightforward guide gives you all the tools to punch above your weight, including checklists, examples, and practical resources you won't find anywhere else.
Get down to business with ten short chapters on: Balancing your management skills and leadership ability Creating a winning workplace environment Becoming a powerful, effective motivator Training and coaching your people to reach their full potential Crafting a dynamic vision and strategy for your organization Holding people accountable for results Dealing with poor performers and underachievers
Give the competition your best shot–with Dave Anderson's TKO Management!Content:
Chapter 1 Look in the Mirror (pages 1–10):
Chapter 2 Understand the Truth about Titles (pages 11–18):
Chapter 3 Balance Solid Management Skill with Strong Leadership Ability (pages 19–28):
Chapter 4 Create a Winning Workplace Environment (pages 29–43):
Chapter 5 Become a Powerful Motivator (pages 45–55):
Chapter 6 Train and Coach Your People to Reach Their Fullest Potential (pages 57–72):
Chapter 7 Create a Dynamic Vision and Strategy for Your Organization (pages 73–90):
Chapter 8 Hold People Accountable for Results (pages 91–101):
Chapter 9 Deal Effectively with Poor Performers (pages 103–114):
Chapter 10 Knockout Summary for Follow?Through (pages 115–124):