2 edition of Your executive team found in the catalog.
Your executive team
United States. Bureau of Executive Manpower.
by Civil Service Commission, Bureau of Executive Manpower in [Washington]
Written in English
|Other titles||A guide for the noncareer executive appointee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, i, 8 p. ;|
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The 10 Top Leadership Books to Read: First, Fast, Fearless teaches you how to learn from the way a Navy Seal Team works and then how to apply that to your own organization. This book will help you develop the mental toughness you need to help you through hard times and to see your business succeed. holding advanced degrees in areas such Author: CMOE Team. This book features effective strategies and clever techniques to help you improve your leadership and management skills. It points out that you must be a leader that people follow, keep informed, make timely decisions and take effective action. In effect you must control the activities of your organization rather than being controlled by them.
The late Peter F. Drucker’s seminal book on management, The Effective Executive (), was quoted in Fast Company article, Who Is an Executive? “I have called “executives” those knowledge works, managers, or individual professionals who are expected by virtue of their position or their knowledge to make decisions in the normal course. The head of HR is frequently, at least in the CEO’s eyes, seen as the low man (or woman) on the executive totem pole. This occurs despite the fact that people are the biggest item on almost Author: Joel Trammell.
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