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Leadership and the One Minute Manager: Increasing Effectiveness through Situational Leadership

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2001

    Great Book!

    I recommend managers or anyone who is interested in management read this book. It is easy to understand. I especially like the part - to use different leadership on the same person in different situations.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2000

    The only way to lead AND manage!

    The authors posed the material in a strange story-like manner, but the message was clearly evident. Situational leadership and its use in management was defined explicitly with the help of common examples in a business environment. Being unaware of this style of leadership has influenced me to now practice situational leadership both with work and my personal life. I recommend any manager read this. The authors simplistically explained the keys to eventually help one lead individuals to success in any situation.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2000

    Great book on situational leadership

    This is an excellent book on situational leadership. It outlines what would seem to be a simple process to becoming a situational leader. The examples given are relevant and the book was very easy to read. The most valuable concept I learned from the book was the concept of ¿different strokes for the same folks,¿ meaning that you can use different leadership styles with the same person depending on the task at hand. The only thing I didn¿t really care for about this book was the way in which it was written. The whole book consists of conversations between ¿the entrepreneur,¿ the ¿one minute manager,¿ and the subordinates of the one minute manager. It was kind of cheesy at some times, but it got the point across loud and clear.

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