The fast and easy way to learn how to manage people, projects, and teams
Being a manager can be an intimidating and challenging task. Managing involves teaching new skills to employees, helping land a new customer, accomplishing an important assignment, increasing performance, and much more. The process of management can be very challenging at times, but it can also bring you a sense of fulfillment that you never imagined possible.
Managing For Dummies, 3rd Edition is perfect for all levels of managers. This clearly written, easy-to-understand guide gives you practical advice on the most important aspects of managing, such as delegating as opposed to ordering, improving employees' performances, getting your message across, understanding ethics and office policies, team building and collaboration, and much more.
- Tips and advice for new and experienced managers
- All-new chapters on employee encouragement and corporate social responsibility
- Guidance on managing employees by leveraging the power of the Internet
Managing in today's lightning-speed business world requires that you have the latest information and techniques for getting the job done. Managing For Dummies, 3rd Edition provides you with straightforward advice and up-to-the-minute strategies for dealing with anything that comes your way.
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About the Author
Bob Nelson, PhD, is the founder and President of Nelson Motivation, Inc., a management training and consulting firm based in San iego, California. He is the author of the multi-million copy best-selling book 1001 Ways to Reward Employees and (with Peter Economy) The Management Bible. Peter Economy is the Associate Editor for Leader to Leader and is the bestselling author of more than 50 books.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Book is high on feel-good, cheap phrases (Don't light a fire under your employee when you can build a fire within them) and low on methodology, practical application, or behavioral analysis. Avoid this book.
I thought the book was great because it gave me proven ideas, ways to empower employees, and ways to handle certain situations. It is a book I recommend to any new team leader or manager.
Managing for Dummies is one of those rare books that can be used both as a how-to and a as a reference. It's full of handy information about a wealth of management topics, from motivation to termination. Managing for Dummies uses a clear, no-nonsense approach to explain how to handle most any management situation.