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Summary: 12 - Rodd Wagner and James Harter
     

Summary: 12 - Rodd Wagner and James Harter

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This work offers a summary of the book "12: The Elements of Great Managing" by Rodd Wagner and James Harter.
Based on the responses of over a million employee interviews, Wagner and Hartner have identified 12 fundamental requirements which make a good manager. The authors are closely associated to The Gallup Organization, which conducted the research that underpins

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This work offers a summary of the book "12: The Elements of Great Managing" by Rodd Wagner and James Harter.
Based on the responses of over a million employee interviews, Wagner and Hartner have identified 12 fundamental requirements which make a good manager. The authors are closely associated to The Gallup Organization, which conducted the research that underpins these theories. Stating clear common objectives, providing sufficient training, giving appropriate feedback, encouraging personal development and providing opportunities for growth are just a few of the key elements which motivate employees, and foster a healthy working environment. What's more, if people feel valued and encouraged by their managers, this results in a greater loyalty to the employer and a more ambitious work ethic.
This summary not only provides 12 key principles of management, it also outlines the benefits of good management on a personal and organisational level. Although some of it may seem intuitive, this succinct guide will be truly valuable in bringing together all the elements in your management toolkit in a coherent and synchronised way.

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ISBN-13:
9782806233943
Publisher:
Primento Publishing
Publication date:
01/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,045,502
File size:
797 KB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great content, but be aware that this is just the SUMMARY of the actual book. A much better investment would be getting the real deal.
MarkAndrews More than 1 year ago
As another reviewer said, this is only a summary. This summary is making money off the unsuspecting ebook buyer who failed to read the entire description.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ibwanted the summary as i have the audio book. The formatting of this book is horrible. Words that run together (no space between the words). I want a refund now!
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The knowledge of wealth building not only for oneself, also one's family well stated in few short pages.
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Short & sweet, to the point
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BookNerdAM More than 1 year ago
The book that has helped numerous people all over the world escape from the mundane work cycle has now been summarized and boiled down to the most important information for those readers who are on the go. For those who read The Experiments in Lifestyle Design blog, this summary is a wonderful expansion on the ideas of the blog and includes even more tricks and tools to help you become successful. I highly recommend this summation of Ferriss’ book to anyone who wants to find success and wealth in their job but is not sure how to make it happen, because this concise explanation gives you everything you need.
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The Cashflow Quadrant's principles is what we should be mandatory reading for high school seniors and beyond.
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Hey everyone! Welcome to my Fairy Tail rp! Ok so here are a couple of rules:<br> <p> 1) You must have a bio at least 2 weeks after you start roleplaying.<br> 2) Please don't overdue it on the Dragon Slayers!! Having too many just takes the fun out of it. Expand your horizons and use Card Magic or Solid Script!<br> 3) Please don't use characters of all one element. For example: having 20 lightning wizards and only 2 water ones.<br> 4) Don't pile onto Fairy Tail! Join some of the other Guilds!<br> 5) Please keep cussing to a minimum.<br> <p> And that's basically it! Oh, and here's the map:<br> <p> Res 1: Introduction/Rules<br> Res 2: Bios<br> Res 3: Fairy Tail Guild Hall<br> Res 4: Lamia Scale Guild Hall<br> Res 5: Blue Pegasus Guild Hall<br> Res 6: Mermaid Heel Guild Hall<br> Res 7: Sabertooth Guild Hall<br> Res 8: Raven Tail Guild Hall<br> Res 9: Hargeon<br> Res 10: Forest<br> Res 11: Girls' Dormhouse<br> Res 12: Boys' Dormhouse<br> Res 13+: Other Locations<br> <p> Now before I go, I have one more thing: Your bio should include Name, Age, Guild, Rank (S-Class, A-Class, B-Class, C-Class, no instant S-Class unless you have a legitament story to back it up), Guild Mark Location, Magic Type, and Bio. All else is optional. Well, I hope you enjoy rping here! Please advertise!!!<br> <p> ~Hana, April, and Liberty
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Its awsome and good for your brain
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Spend time with you family and friends. Don't waste your time reading this nonsense. This is nothing but a big waste of time. Gary Vaynerchuk has not captured anyone with a brain's attention. You would have to be clueless to find anyhting he says as interesting. He simply worked at his Dad's wine shop and his Dad poured a lot of money to expand it and have someone build a website. They spent a lot of money promoting the business... simply put... they spent money to make money. Gary specializes in self promotion... nothing else. He is nothing more than a salesman and not a good one at that. He has since left his Dad's wine business because he didn't have the passion for it. A lot of people in the wine business were calling for his head due to the conflict of interest of he rating wine that he sells. He is now trying to act as a social media expert by trying to teach the fundamentals to businesses. He'll be back to the wine trade because I can't imagine anyone paying him to teach such elementary concepts. But heck, they say a fool is born every minute so maybe he can fool them. We'll see. This book is something to be missed... don't waste your time.