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How to Manage People by Michael Armstrong

Title How to Manage People
Author Michael Armstrong
Publisher Kogan Page Publishers
Release 2010-11-03
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 184
ISBN 0749461640
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

How to Manage People is a practical book from bestselling author Michael Armstrong. It provides advice to managers and team leaders on how to manage people in their teams - getting the best results from them and dealing with any people problems that may arise. Many managers have to do their job without HR advice and this book is particularly designed to meet their needs. It covers every aspect that involves getting things done through people, including: leadership, motivating people, team building, delegating, interviewing, managing performance, developing and rewarding people, managing change and handling people problems. Concise yet comprehensive, How to Manage People provides vital support for every front line manager and should be essential reading for anyone who wants to get the best results from their staff.

Managing People by Can Akdeniz

Title Managing People
Author Can Akdeniz
Publisher Can Akdeniz
Release
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Total Pages 40
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Managing a business is never an easy thing to do, given the fact that you must consider so many factors, such as income, taxes, the market, competitors, clients and, of course, employees. When it comes to employees, the problem isn’t a matter of ability, but rather a matter of character and attitude. Our book will help you deal with employees, co-workers and clients, by giving you some vital tips on how to manage them. For example, you should know that trying to change other people is wrong, and you can’t control who they are and what they do, but you can control your actions and reactions when responding to them.

Title Managing Projects Managing People
Author David Parker
Publisher Macmillan Education AU
Release 2008
Category Interpersonal communication
Total Pages 385
ISBN 9781420256086
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

With so many organisations using projects to implement change, and easy-to-use computer packages greatly reducing the mechanistic aspects of project planning, project managers now require more highly developed leadership skills than even before. Managing Projects, Managing People draws on theoretical aspects of managing and mitigating risks, motivational and leadership theory and excellent communication to provide the reader with the skills required for project management in today's business environment. In addition to the theoretical foundations, attention is given to PRINCE (Projects IN Controlled Environments) that supports and frames the application of projects to ensure conformance, compliance, adequate reporting procedures, due diligence and communication to all stakeholders. Managing Projects, Managing People takes a nontraditional approach to project management and is designed to facilitate the reader's understanding of the principles of managing a project. The book addresses most types of project, but particular emphasis is given to the non-manufacturing sector and, especially, the services sector. Chapters contain examples and relevant case studies to further demonstrate and support the foundations and skills addressed throughout. For academics prescribing this text, a comprehensive instructor's manual and power point presentations are provided on CD.

Managing People by Rosemary Thomson

Title Managing People
Author Rosemary Thomson
Publisher Routledge
Release 2012-05-04
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 269
ISBN 113638281X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Managing People' addresses the perspective of the individual manager whose role includes the management of people, as well as issues concerning the organization as a whole. The theme of the book is about responding to organizational and environmental change and the people skills that will be required for this in the twenty-first century. A system model of how the different parts of HR fit together is included, with the acknowledgement that different contexts require different approaches, and the role of the individual manager is considered within them. The stakeholder perspective is examined as it affects the management of people, and links human resource management policy and practice to financial results. This new edition also reflects the modern move towards performance management as an organizational business strategy. The role of leadership at all levels of the organization is also emphasized. There is a new chapter on managing challenging situations, such as the management of diversity, power, stress, and conflict, as well as the handling of grievances and discipline. Another new chapter pulls together the increasingly important aspects of the legal regulation of behaviour at work, and stresses the move from collective relationships to individual rights in the workplace. This text is suitable for use on the Chartered Management Institute Diploma level modules on recruitment and selection, managing performance, and developing teams and individuals. It is also to be used for NVQ courses in HRM at levels 4 and 5 and is valuable for HR Professionals and line managers.

Title Managing People
Author DK
Publisher Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Release 2015-05-01
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 96
ISBN 0241234611
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The practical guide that gives you the skills to succeed at managing people DK's Essential Managers series contains the know-how you need to be a more effective manager and hone your management style. Find out how to improve your people management skills by learning how to motivate staff, improve performance and create positive relationships. You'll learn to build confidence, communicate clearly and establish trust. In a slim, portable format Essential Managers gives you a practical 'how-to' approach with step-by-step instructions, tips, checklists and 'ask yourself' features showing you how to focus your energy, manage change and make an impact. If you are keen to brush up on or enhance your management skills, this is the guide for you.

Managing People and Teams by Chris Ashman

Title Managing People and Teams
Author Chris Ashman
Publisher Routledge
Release 2013-10-18
Category Education
Total Pages 97
ISBN 1134019629
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Focusing on all aspects of staff assessment and the importance of creating an effective childcare environment, this text includes advice on grounding the approaches to good management in the values of excellent childcare practice.

Title Managing People and Organizations in Changing Contexts
Author Graeme Martin
Publisher Routledge
Release 2006-08-14
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 440
ISBN 1136382755
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Managing People and Organizations in Changing Contexts addresses the contemporary problems faced by managers in dealing with people, organizations and managing change in a theoretically-informed and practical way. This textbook is a contemporary and relevant alternative to the standard works that cover material on Organization Behaviour and Human Resource Management because it approaches people management from the perspective of managers and aspiring managers. The book has an international orientation and many of the cases and examples in the book reflect this. It addresses the problems that managers face in managing people in old and new economy organisations and is interdisciplinary in its approach, including contributions from management, organisational behaviour, HRM, strategy, marketing and reputation management, and technology. This text meets the requirements of managers, leaders and students in managing people in contemporary and changing contexts. Managing People and Organizations in Changing Contexts offers: * a contemporary and relevant edge with an original structure * awareness of international and current trends and up-to-the-minute detail. * cases based on original research and consulting experience * new material on the role of management and leadership, technology and reputation management, and covers much of the material for CIPD’s core management standards * material that has been tested with managers and students in Europe, the USA and Asia * a website on

Title Managing People for the First Time
Author Julie Lewthwaite
Publisher Thorogood Publishing
Release 2006
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 333
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Absolutely everybody in all types of organisation - business, professional, governmental, academic - has to make the critical leap to managing people for the first time. Written from the perspective of the novice, and widely adopted in businesses, in particular the public sector, this book reflects the changes in theory and practice.

Title Managing People in Education
Author Tony Bush
Publisher SAGE
Release 1997-02-28
Category Education
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1446265218
Language English, Spanish, and French
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`Aims to enhance management practice in education by presenting research findings and theory from a wide range of contributors' - Skills and Enterprise Update 'This is indeed a book which could be useful to a much larger readership than the normal closed circle of those working in education' - Managing Schools Today The book presents relevant research and theory in order to enhance management practice in education. The editors' intention is to articulate good practice on the basis of evidence in educational settings. The ideas presented here are derived from international research and practice and apply to all phases of education, with the emphasis on applying research findings to improve practice in schools and colleges.

Title Managing People Performance
Author David Ross
Publisher FT Press
Release 2012-03-23
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0132964996
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A top team needs top players, but successful managers also know how to get the best possible performance out of every member of their team, whatever their personality or skill set. To build a high performance team you need to know your team members individually and be able to motivate them to work together to deliver the results you need. This book will teach you the key skills you need to create, develop and manage a high performance team and, at the same time, accelerate your career development.