The ASTD Management Development Handbook is a powerful and useful collection of writing covering many aspects of management in today’s business climate.
Are you responsible for bringing recently-hired employees on board and up to speed within your organization? If you are a manager, trainer, corporate coach, or human resources executive in charge of developing the new hires in your company, 90 Days 90 Ways: Onboard Young Professionals to Peak Performance provides you with the knowledge and tools required to grow these recruits into engaged, confident team members during the course of the standard three-month probationary period. With a strong focus on working with younger professionals, 90 Days 90 Ways offers specific, actionable strategies and corresponding techniques for ensuring that the new hires under your guidance are integrated quickly, completely, and successfully into your business.
The scope of leaders’ responsibilities is constantly evolving, yet certain core competencies remain the same. Find out which essential skills are crucial for effective leadership, and how to build them in today’s fast-paced, budget-strained work environments.
Leaders Start to Finish focuses on developing effective leadership training programs that produce leaders with an engaged, “I can” leadership attitude. This book will help you develop your staff into efficient, respected managers and leaders.
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This Infoline teaches readers to build a management development program within their company.
Develop high-profile managers who are hungry for learning and management excellence even when seriously short on time.
A companion to 10 Steps to Be a Successful Manager that presents a framework for developing and enhancing management skills to develop great leaders.
Become an exceptional manager; learn to motivate employees, communicate expectations effectively, and build great work teams.
This Infoline acts as a supplement to formal learning programs offered in organizations by helping readers identify areas for improvement and teaching how to plan for development.