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The 22 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make & How to Correct Them

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Item details

Condition
Good
Format
Hardcover
Language
English
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Author
Van Fleet, James K.
ASIN
B001MVGOIS
binding
Hardcover
manufacturer
Parker
Publication Date
1973-01-01
brand
Parker
Topic
self imporovement

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The 22 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make & How to Correct Them

Here are the 22 mistakes this management guide shows how to correct:

1. Failing to Keep Abreast of Developments in Your Own Field

2. Confining Yourself to Your Own Specialty

3. Refusing to Seek Higher Responsibility to Take Responsibility for Your Actions

4. Failure to Make Sound and Timely Decisions

5. Neglecting to Conduct Personal Inspections Properly

6. Failure to Make Sure the Job is Understood, Supervised and Accomplished

7. Wasting Time on Details or Work That Belongs to Others

8. Refusing to Assess Your Own Performance Realistically

9. Accepting the Minimum Instead of Going for the Maximum

10. Using Your Management Position for Personal Gain

11. Failure to Tell the Truth...To Always Keep Your Wrod

12. Not Setting the Personal Example for Your People to Follow

13. Trying to Be Liked Rather than Respected

14. Failing to Give Cooperation to Your Employees

15. Failing to Ask Your Subordinates for Their Advice and Help

16. Failing to Deelop a Sense of Responsibility in Your Subordinates

17. Emphasizing Rules Rather than Skills

18. Failing to Keep Your Criticism Constructive

19. Not Paying Attention to Employee Gripes and Complaints

20. Failure to Keep Your People Informed

21. Failing to Treat Your Subordinates as Individuals

22. Refusing to Train an Assistant to Take Your Place

1973 Edition no dustcover