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This primer for on-the-job success as a manager provides a simple, straightforward, ten-step model to align ones management practices for improved results and communications that will help build a great work team that clearly understands performance success and expectations.
Paperback, 126 pages
Published September 17th 2007 by ASTD
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I'm big on lists and steps, and this short, enjoyable book had that in abundance. Great primer on managing change and people.
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Lisa Haneberg is the author the Spy Shop Mystery series and over a dozen nonfiction books covering human resources, leadership, and personal success. Available series books include Ghost Rat (prequel novella) Toxic Octopus (#1) and Dead Pelican (#2). All are set in Galveston. She lives with her husband and Hazel the dog in Lexington, Kentucky.

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