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The Best Damn Management Book Ever: 9 Keys to Creating Self-Motivated High Achievers
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Format: Hardcover, 128pp.
Pub. Date: November 1, 2011
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A practical guidebook to managing a stellar staff of high-achievers
The Best Damn Management Book Ever teaches managers, executives, and business owners how to create a staff of self-motivated, confident, high-achieving, self-starters. Acclaimed author of The Best Damn Sales Book Ever, Warren Greshes draws from years of experience to offer practical, easy-to-implement steps explained through entertaining, informative real-life stories.
Learn to communicate more effectively with the people who report to you. The Best Damn Management Book Ever delivers actionable advice to hone your leadership skills.
Become the best damn leader your staff needs to achieve their goals and blow away the competition.
- Install the self-starting generator in your people, enabling them to perform at a high level whether you're there or not
- Gain insight and determine each employee's "Hot Buttons" and motivators
- Correctly manage the three distinct groups that comprise every organization
- Delegate more effectively
- Use your time as a manager, executive, and business owner more efficiently
"Warren's rapid fire presentations have always provided simple, easy-to-implement ideas that make a real impact and produce results. With his new book, we have a ready reference tool to go back to and get refreshed on those concepts."
—Bob Crostarosa, Senior Vice President-Marketing, TBC Retail Group
"Whether you're a new or seasoned manager, the nine keys serve as a great foundational reminder for getting the best out of those you lead. Warren gives another straightforward message on how to build a successful future. A winning approach to achievement!"
—Jeff Burke, Senior Vice President, Allstate Insurance Company of Canada
"There is nothing theoretical about this book! It is an easy read that demands action; the only distraction will be wanting to put into practice what you have just read. With humorous illustrations and pithy comments, it quickly lays bare any pretense that you have about your own management style. Every CEO who wants to recruit and retain great people should make it required reading for all of their managers."
—Phil Doye, CEO, Kelway (UK) Ltd.
"Warren's book is well researched and is remarkably clear on key issues surrounding daily management tasks. It should be required reading for your management team. At a time in business history when challenges are enormous, this tool can help navigate your business to exceed its current success."
—Allen Fritts, President, Honeywell Fire Systems Group
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About the Author
Warren Greshes is an internationally acclaimed professional speaker and author of The Best Damn Sales Book Ever. Known as "America's Business Improvement Speaker," he is the President of Speaking of Success. He shares the skills and goal-setting methods that have brought him success as an executive, business owner, and speaker. His corporate clients include Bridgestone/Firestone, Hewlett-Packard, CNET, and Coca-Cola.
Table of Contents
|1||Why You Need Self-Motivated People||1|
|2||Key #1—People Do Things for Their Reasons, Not Yours||17|
|3||Key #2 —Communicate Great Expectations!||31|
|4||Key #3—Don’t Accept Mediocrity: You Set the Standards and Parameters||49|
|5||Key #4—Stop Being a “Jump Out of the Bushes” Leader!||65|
|6||Key #5—If YouWant Them to Listen to You, Tell Them They Did Something Right||73|
|7||Key #6—Role Models Are Important: The 10/80/10 Rule||81|
|8||Key #7—Help Your People Build Winning Streaks||95|
|9||Key #8—Stop Touching Everything||105|
|10||Key #9—Help People Understand the Importance of Their Jobs||113|
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