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    Description de "The Human Element: Productivity, Self-Esteem, and the Bottom Line (Jossey-Bass Management)"

    Even the best of today's management programs - total quality management, employee involvement, self-directed teams - are doomed ultimately to fail without the full and honest participation of the individuals involved. Teams perform to their potential only when members accept themselves, take responsibility for their feelings, and interact constructively with others. Only leaders who possess the self-esteem and confidence needed to speak the truth gain the loyalty of followers. And groups make effective decisions when they create a structure that elicits and uses everyone's contributions. In The Human Element, author Will Schutz shows how to enhance our performance and improve our organizations by developing healthier concepts of ourselves and others. A personal development and leadership guide to creating a work environment where self-determination and openness are the rule, The Human Element offers strategies for heightening our awareness of ourselves and others - a key factor in shaping our relationships to work. Schutz combines his rigorous scientific and academic training with years of experience consulting to international organizations such as AT&T, NASA, and the World Bank to offer a field-tested approach to improving organizational effectiveness. He introduces tools and exercises - including the concordance model of decision making, the Team Compatibility Index for team building, the Work Relations Index for improved individual performance, and the leader as completer concept of leadership - to promote creativity and openness at work.

    Détails sur le produit

    • Reliure : Hardcover
    • 304  pages
    • Dimensions :  2.8cmx15.7cmx23.1cm
    • Poids : 544.3g
    • Editeur :   Jossey-Bass Paru le
    • ISBN :  1555426123
    • EAN13 :  9781555426125
    • Classe Dewey :  658.3
    • Langue : Anglais

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    Even the best of today's management programs - total quality management, employee involvement, self-directed teams - are doomed ultimately to fail without the full and honest participation of the individuals involved. Teams perform to their potential only when members accept themselves, take responsibility for their feelings, and interact constructively with others. Only leaders who possess the self-esteem and confidence needed to speak the truth gain the loyalty of followers. And groups make effective decisions when they create a structure that elicits and uses everyone's contributions. In The Human Element, author Will Schutz shows how to enhance our performance and improve our organizations by developing healthier concepts of ourselves and others. A personal development and leadership guide to creating a work environment where self-determination and openness are the rule, The Human Element offers strategies for heightening our awareness of ourselves and others - a key factor in shaping our relationships to work. Schutz combines his rigorous scientific and academic training with years of experience consulting to international organizations such as AT&T, NASA, and the World Bank to offer a field-tested approach to improving organizational effectiveness. He introduces tools and exercises - including the concordance model of decision making, the Team Compatibility Index for team building, the Work Relations Index for improved individual performance, and the leader as completer concept of leadership - to promote creativity and openness at work.