The New Manager's Starter Kit by Robert Crittendon
Essential Tools for Doing the Job Right

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"New managers can find hope (and help) with this handbook of practical, upbeat advice from a 40-year veteran of the business battlefield. This book takes readers through the fundamentals of management, including chapters on how to successfully manage yourself, your employees, your boss, and your reputation. The New Manager's Starter Kit provides the techniques necessary to make it as a manager, answering questions like:

* What is the biggest mistake a manager can make in hiring?
* Why must managers make communications an obsession?
* What is the ""planning hierarchy""?
* When, where, and how should a manager fire someone?
* How can satisfying ten basic employee needs transform you into a leader?

With rules and tools included in each chapter, this book will help the less experienced manager master critical skills for job success and personal satisfaction."
 

About Robert Crittendon

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Robert Crittendon (San Clemente, CA) has forty years of management experience, culminating as Director of Communications for Beckman Instruments, a Fortune 500 Company.
 
Published October 2, 2001 by AMACOM. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Young Adult. Non-fiction

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With 40 years of management experience, Crittendon is betting that his nine lessons—including how to approach one's goals, one's boss and one's staff as well as conflicts, changes, etc.—which have been covered by dozens of other books, will be new to first-time managers, and he may very well be r...

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