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Harvard business review on managing yourself.Material type: BookSeries: The Harvard business review paperback series ; Ideas with impact. Publisher: Boston, MA. : Harvard Business School Press, 2005Description: vii, 186 p. : 21 cm.ISBN: 159139970X (pbk.); 9781591399704 (pbk.).Uniform titles: Harvard business review. Subject(s): Executive ability | Executives -- Training of | Industrial management | Leadership | Human resource managementDDC classification: 658.409 HAR Online resources: Table of contents
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|658.4083 HUT 002531 The nature of business : redesign and resilience /||658.4083 PAL 009635 The Palgrave handbook of sustainability : case studies and practical solutions. /||658.409 HAR 001110 Harvard business review on becoming a high performance manager||658.409 HAR 001122 Harvard business review on managing yourself.||658.409 STU 011000 Management as consultancy : neo-bureaucracy and the consultant manager /||658.409 TAY 012344 Mavericks at work : why the most original minds in business win /||658.4092 CHA 000889 Quest for exceptional leadership : mirage to reality /|
Almost ready : how leaders move up / Dan Ciampa
Overloaded circuits : why smart people underperform / Edward M. Hallowell
What's your story? / Herminia Ibarra and Kent Lineback
How to play to your strengths / Laura Morgan Roberts, Gretchen Spreitzer, Jane Dutton, Robert Quinn, Emily Heaphy and Brianna Barker
Do your commitments match your convictions? / Donald N. Sull and Dominic Houlder
The best advice I ever got / Daisy Wademan
Managing your boss / John J. Gabarro and John P. Kotter
Managing oneself / Peter F. Drucker.
"Before they can effectively manage others, managers have to be adept at managing themselves. That requires truly understanding their own passions, motivations, strengths, and weaknesses. This guide offers sage advice from business greats, including Peter F. Drucker and John P. Kotter, on how managers can improve personal performance and productivity and, in the process, become better managers of those they lead."--BOOK JACKET.