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PEOPLE PRACTICS: 17 Practical Tactics for Business & Nonprofit Success

PEOPLE PRACTICS: 17 Practical Tactics for Business & Nonprofit Success

by Deborah A Jackson (Editor)
PEOPLE PRACTICS: 17 Practical Tactics for Business & Nonprofit Success

PEOPLE PRACTICS: 17 Practical Tactics for Business & Nonprofit Success

by Deborah A Jackson (Editor)

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What is a business or nonprofit? A collection of people with a goal in mind. That's why People Practics focuses primarily on the people side of organizations, providing 17 categories of "practical tactics" for managing the workers in your business or nonprofit as well as for understanding and managing your organization overall. These are proven techniques that can make your business thrive.

People Practics covers everything from employee motivation to teamwork to conflict resolution to best practices in leadership to improving organizational culture to strategic planning and process improvement to organizational research and data collection to marketing, and more.

These practical tips come from 13 members of a graduate cohort who were often required to work as a team as we earned doctorates in organizational psychology. Our aim is to pass on useful knowledge about how to make organizations work better. But this information doesn’t only come from what we learned in grad school. It’s also based on what we know from our years of experience as business and nonprofit leaders, entrepreneurs, and consultants.

This book is primarily based on business experience, business sense, and common sense, and it’s meant to be readable to the average businessperson, business owner, and business or nonprofit leader.

It’s intended to be user-friendly—the kind of business book that you pick up looking for great advice for how to make your business or nonprofit more effective, easier to run, and, ultimately, successful. It’s a plus that these ideas are fully backed by really great research.

CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS: Bennett Annan, PsyD, EdD, MBA, MS, MA, LMFT; Margaret Easter, PsyD; Melanie Gharapetian, PsyD; Greg Hilsenrath, PsyD; Raffi Islikaplan, PsyD; Deborah A. Jackson, PsyD; Sherman L. Mitchell, II, PsyD, MAIOP, MPA; Jamie Menendez-Adamski, PsyD, MA; Ramila Naziri, PsyD; Alice Nkore, PsyD, MBA; Brandy Reid, PsyD, LMFT; Shari Scott, PsyD, MA; and Kristyl J. L. Smith, PsyD.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734260519
Publisher: Accent on Words Press
Publication date: 12/17/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 266
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Dr. Deborah A. Jackson has worked as a freelance editor, writer, and ghostwriter, and over the years has created and edited marketing content for many business professionals, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations. She attained a PsyD with an emphasis in Organizational Management and Consulting at Phillips Graduate University (now the Phillips Education Center for Campbellsville University) in Chatsworth, California. The other contributors to the book earned the same degree as part of the same grad cohort, often working together as a team on class projects and presentations.

Table of Contents

Part One: People Practics in Leadership

1: Leading and Managing People

2: Understanding Your Employees

3: Motivating Your Employees

4: Managing Organizational Dilemmas

Part 2: People Practics in Organizational Culture

5: Managing Corporate Culture

6: Managing Change and Resistance

7: Changing Your Company Culture

8: Enhancing Workplace Diversity

Part 3: People Practics in Strategic Planning

9: Business Planning

10: Collecting Business Data

11: Planning Business Structure, Power, and Communication

12: Marketing in A Digital World

13: The Future of Business

Part 4: People Practics in Process Improvement

14: Organizational Process Improvement

15: Building Successful Teams

16: Resolving Team Conflict

17: Research in Organizations

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