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by Carol W. Ellis
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Management & Leadership
  • Author:
    Carol W. Ellis
  • ISBN:
    0814408303
  • ISBN13:
    978-0814408308
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  • Publisher:
    AMACOM; 1st edition (July 30, 2004)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Management & Leadership
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Home Browse Books Book details, Management Skills for New Managers. Management Skills for New Managers. To gain the greatest learning from this process, it is helpful to consider your current work situation, or the new position of manager to which you may aspire, and identify situations that you believe are or will be the most difficult for you to address. These situations might be specific interactions that have generated difficulty for you to achieve success such as letting a direct report know that he needs improvement in his communication with customers or knowing what, when, and to whom to delegate a project.

Filled with practical techniques and specific action plans for applying the approaches in your new role, Management Skills for New Managers will help you put your best foot forward - as you take your next big career step.

Just because you've been promoted to manager doesn't mean you've got all the skills and information you need to excel. Filled with practical techniques and specific action plans for applying the approaches in your new role, Management Skills for New Managers will help you put your best foot forward - as you take your next big career step.

Managing skills for New Managers" shows rookies how they can improve their communication skills and adapt their .

Managing skills for New Managers" shows rookies how they can improve their communication skills and adapt their management style to match the needs of their direct reports. They'll also learn how to be more effective by learning to delegate and how to improve performance of their staff by using a coaching model. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8144-0830-3 (pb.

p. Introduction As you read this book, you will be introduced to new skills that will-when incorporated into your day-to-day activities-allow you to improve your ability to manage your direct reports.

Carol W. Ellis (Placitas, NM) is a partner in Ellis Associates, a firm providing business education and career . This little book is designed to help new managers better understand the role their new role. Ellis (Placitas, NM) is a partner in Ellis Associates, a firm providing business education and career management services in interpersonal communications skills, management skills, team building, and corporate restructuring. A written version of an American Management Association seminar, this publication is essentially a combination of some instructional text and a workbook. The pages are filled with fill-in blanks, check-off boxes, and similar exercises found in a seminar workbook.

Just because you've been promoted to manager doesn't mean you've got all the skills and information you need to excel

Just because you've been promoted to manager doesn't mean you've got all the skills and information you need to excel.

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Just because you've been promoted to manager doesn't mean you've got all the skills and information you need to excel. Management Skills for New Managers is an accessible, friendly introduction to everything you need to make the jump to management smoothly and be effective right from your first day. This practical guide helps you:* define your role: What does a manager do, and how do you create the environment that will help those things get done?* communicate effectively: Interact with your staff and with your own manager, using the right approach and most appropriate methods* manage staff performance: Identify challenges, set objectives, and give your people what they need to do their jobs wellPlus you'll learn how to delegate for maximum productivity, motivate individuals and teams, and much more.Filled with practical techniques and specific action plans for applying the approaches in your new role, Management Skills for New Managers will help you put your best foot forward -- as you take your next big career step.

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This little book is designed to help new managers better understand the role their new role. A written version of an American Management Association seminar, this publication is essentially a combination of some instructional text and a workbook. The pages are filled with fill-in blanks, check-off boxes, and similar exercises found in a seminar workbook.

This concise work meets its objectives of providing a self-learning tool addressing the fundamentals of management. Readers seeking something more sophisticated than a seminar workbook should look elsewhere.

The book is organized into eight chapters, seven presenting content and a wrap-up summary. Topics of the instructional chapters are Defining Your Role, Effective Communication, Performance Management, the Four Phases of Learning, Motivation, Delegation, and Coaching. Action-step exercises are provided at the end of each chapter to help the reader focus new knowledge on personal performance. The eighth chapter offers another form to re-cast what was written at the end of the chapters to create a big picture of forward movement.

For people looking for a simplified, yet wide-ranging and current, introduction to the basics of front-line management, this book fills a need. The workbook format means that the engaged reader will write answers to a lot of questions and exercises while moving through the pages, rather than simply reading text to grasp the new concepts.
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