Skills of Management and Leadership is a concise introductory text focusing on the core skills of managing people in organisations. With a strong emphasis on people management, it addresses the needs of those in managerial and leadership roles, and identifies the skills needed to handle the growing range of managerial responsibilities such as prioritization, delegation, disciplinary and performance handling, and negotiation. Packed with real-life examples of management in practice, this text explores the key original concepts of the managerial escalator, the hybrid manager and the managerial gap. Key benefits: ac Clearly and accessibly written ac Lively case studies reveal the reality of management today ac Filled with engaging learning features such as end of chapter questions and appendices to help readers with self-development This is the ideal introductory text for undergraduate and postgraduate management students.Even in small informal meetings it may be necessary to identify the roles that members need to play and have an appropriate division of labour. In some cases people can change roles in a meeting, for example from presenting a case to actinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Skills of Management and Leadership|
|Author||:||W. David Rees, Christine Porter|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-05-01|