The Art of Managing People Is No Secret by George D. Yarberry

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The Art of Managing People is no Secret. The most important part of any business is its people. What does it mean to work through people? In any business without the support of your staff and associates you’ll have a difficult time in accomplishing any goal. The Art of Managing People is no Secret. You must demonstrate good communication skills, in creating a team environment. In this book you’ll find some helpful hints to improve your managerial skills. This book covers 26 topics to help you improve your communications, productivity, teamwork, training, street smarts, motivation, confidence, working through stress, and much more. The biggest challenge for any manager or supervisor is being able to apply these basic skills and deal with constant change. The managers in today’s world must be able to plan, organize, and execute in surviving in this competitive world.
 

About George D. Yarberry

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George D. Yarberry is a 30 year veteran in running Large Distribution Centers. Yarberry is known for his achievements and motivational techniques in getting results. He has been involved in five startup operations which included WMS Installation, Automation Design, Mechanization Enhancement, and Project Manager of 2.5 million square feet of construction. Yarberry has been very instrumental in the development of managers over the years. His centers have been rated some of the best results facilities in the industry, finishing with the top center on seven different occasions. Yarberry stated " these results were accomplished by working through people." The art of motivating individuals in wanting to be the best is imperative in getting results. He also served in the US Army and is a Viet Nam veteran receiving the Bronze Star. The skill of having good communication with your associates, being able to make change, and working by objectives is priceless. Yarberry is also the author of "Words of Wisdom for the Work Place and Life in General," published by AuthorHouse (gdyleadership.com).
 
Published August 17, 2006 by AuthorHouse. 168 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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