Leadership and the One Minute Manager: Increasing Effectiveness Through Situational Leadership

Leadership and the One Minute Manager: Increasing Effectiveness Through Situational Leadership

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In clear, simple terms Leadership and the One Minute Manager(R) teaches managers the art of Situational Leadership(R)--a simple system that refutes the conventional management mandate of treating all employees equally. Here, you'll learn why tailoring management styles to individual employees is so important; why knowing when to delegate, support, or direct is critical; how to identify the leadership style suited to a particular person; and how consistent use of the One Minute techniques will produce better management and enhanced motivation on all levels. This remarkable, easy-to-follow book is a priceless guide to creative, personalized leadership that elicits the best performance from your staff--and the best bottom line for any business.

If your management motto is "everyone should be treated equally," Leadership and the One Minute Manager. will show you why this style not only hinders workplace efficiency, but also frustrates your staff. In clear, simple terms, Ken Blanchard, co-author of the enormously popular The One Minute Manager., coupled with business gurus Patricia and Drea Zigarmi, teach managers the art of Situational Leadership.. You'll learn why tailoring management styles to individual employees is so important; when to delegate, support, or direct; how to identify the leadership style suited to a particular person; and how consistent use of the One Minute techniques will produce better management and enhanced motivation on all levels. This remarkable, easy-to-follow book is a priceless guide to creative, personalized leadership that elicits the best performance from your staffand the best bottom line for any business.

Title:Leadership and the One Minute Manager: Increasing Effectiveness Through Situational Leadership
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780688039691
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    Leadership and the One Minute Manager: Increasing Effectiveness Through Situational Leadership Reviews

  • Nicholas Karpuk

    The only thing worse than being wrong is being useless, and this book is rather useless.Much like "FISH!" this book is a fictional scenario meant to illustrate how their techniques can help you become...

  • Emily Leathers

    Cheesy, but makes sense. I still haven't read the book this series is based on (The One Minute Manager). I think I really like reading this group of books backward to forward: first the outrageous gri...

  • Andrew Armstrong

    Quote from the book:“The golden rule,” said Randall.“The golden rule?” Echoed the entrepreneur.“Whoever owns the gold makes the rules,” laughed Randall. This is a key problem with the worl...

  • Andrea

    As a young university graduate I think I learned a lot from this book. It was short and up to the point, so it was nice to read. I also really liked how the whole book was a conversation between two p...

  • Nichole Smith

    Content fine, stylistically horribly grating...

  • Chris

    I am trying to cull my large leadership and management library I collected over the years. I left the stars blank because at this point in my life, I would say this short primer on situational leaders...

  • S.Ach

    There is nothing in this book about effective leadership skills that I disagree with. But….Recommended for the people who love to attend those corporate 'Leadership' trainings. (Sadly, I am not one ...

  • Graham Hotchkiss

    Obligated to read this for work. Some of the concepts were sound, but the writing was painful. Felt weirdly targeted towards children? With a fairytale ending to boot. ...

  • J.T. Wilson

    Pretty interesting idea but, as other commentators have noted, hardly enough to fill a book and the authors use every shortcut available to get to 140 pages. I could have done without the cheesy forma...

  • John Paul

    Not bad. Very practical information. I like the conversational type of the book; it made me imagine like im just having a good conversation with the author.It lacks the importance of data research and...