The Best Damn Management Book Ever: 9 Keys to Creating Self-Motivated High Achievers

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If you want your staff to perform at their best, then you needto become the best damn manager ever, someone who can ignite youremployees' passion for their jobs, enabling them to execute theirduties at a high level whether you're there or not. The Best DamnManagement Book Ever teaches managers, executives, and businessowners how to do just that. From the acclaimed author of The BestDamn Sales Book Ever, this concise trove of management wisdomoutlines the nine keys to creating ...

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Overview

If you want your staff to perform at their best, then you needto become the best damn manager ever, someone who can ignite youremployees' passion for their jobs, enabling them to execute theirduties at a high level whether you're there or not. The Best DamnManagement Book Ever teaches managers, executives, and businessowners how to do just that. From the acclaimed author of The BestDamn Sales Book Ever, this concise trove of management wisdomoutlines the nine keys to creating self-motivated highachievers.

The Best Damn Management Book Ever uses entertaining real-lifestories to explain practical, easy-to-implement strategies to honeyour leadership skills. Learn to communicate more effectively withthe people who report to you, gain insight, and determine eachemployee's "Hot Buttons" and motivators. Get detailed steps forcreating a culture of excellence, including:

  • Set high standards, and help your people build winning streakswith daily goals that incrementally expand their comfort zones
  • Clearly explain to all of your employees the importance of theirjobs
  • Teach people the tools and techniques to be self-motivated
  • Create opportunities for your middle-of-the-pack employees tointeract with your top 10 percent
  • Learn to offer constructive criticism balanced by praise,recognition, and positive reinforcement
  • Let people do their jobs so that you don't waste your highersalary performing lower level tasks

Become the best damn leader your staff needs to achieve theirgoals and blow away the competition.

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Editorial Reviews

Bob Crostarosa
"Warren's rapid fire presentations have always provided simple, easy-to-implement ideas that make a real impact and produce results. With his new audiobook, we have a ready reference tool to go back to and get refreshed on those concepts."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118032329
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/1/2011
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 813,826
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

WARREN GRESHES is an internationally acclaimed professionalspeaker and author of The Best Damn Sales Book Ever. Known as"America's Business Improvement Speaker," he is the President ofSpeaking of Success. He shares the skills and goal-setting methodsthat have brought him success as an executive, business owner, andspeaker. His corporate clients include Bridgestone/Firestone,Hewlett-Packard, CNET, and Coca-Cola.

For more information and to contact the author, please visitwww.Greshes.com.

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Table of Contents

Introduction ix

Chapter 1 Why You Need Self-Motivated People 1

Chapter 2 Key #1—People Do Things for TheirReasons, Not Yours 17

Chapter 3 Key #2 —Communicate Great Expectations!31

Chapter 4 Key #3—Don’t Accept Mediocrity: You Setthe Standards and Parameters 49

Chapter 5 Key #4—Stop Being a “Jump Out of theBushes” Leader! 65

Chapter 6 Key #5—If YouWant Them to Listen to You, TellThem They Did Something Right 73

Chapter 7 Key #6—Role Models Are Important: The10/80/10 Rule 81

Chapter 8 Key #7—Help Your People Build Winning Streaks95

Chapter 9 Key #8—Stop Touching Everything 105

Chapter 10 Key #9—Help People Understand the Importanceof Their Jobs 113

Index 121

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  • Posted December 1, 2011

    Great Resource for business owners and managers!

    When reading this book you may be surprised at the common sense approach that Warren Greshes uses to share his expertise on improving an organization. The only thing is that it left me wanting more of his ideas!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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