Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers

Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers[PDF] ✍ Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers Author Brian Cole Miller – Heartforum.co.uk All managers want to hold their employees accountable for results, but few know how Moving beyond the far from ideal annual performance review which only evaluates what has already occurred, and not w All managers want to hold Accountable for ePUB ↠ their employees accountable for results, but few know how Moving beyond the far from ideal annual performance review which only evaluates what has already occurred, and not what the manager wants to achieve Keeping Employees Accountable for Resultscontains checklists, how tos, and other tools to manage performance on an ongoing basis The book gives busy managers quick, step by step advice on Setting expectations Monitoring progress Giving feedback Following through Light on theory and heavy on practical application, Keeping Employees Accountable for Results gives time pressed Keeping Employees PDF \ managers the proven, practical information they need to help their people accomplish.

BRIAN COLE MILLER is the Accountable for ePUB ↠ principal of Working Solutions, Inc a management training and consulting firm He is the author of several books including Quick Team Building Activities for Busy Managers, More Quick Team Building Activities for Busy Managers, and Keeping Employees Accountable for Results.

Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers
  • Brian Cole Miller
  • English
  • 10 January 2017
  • 0814473202

10 thoughts on “Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers

  1. Coral Rose says:

    As this is one of the first management books I read, maybe that s affecting my perception of it, but I really enjoyed this read I thought that there were several constructive things to think about, especially when it comes to offering constructive criticism.

  2. Michael Levitt says:

    Good reminders for us long time managers leaders If you re new to management, then this is a good book for you, but you better know your culture at work, otherwise implementing some of these suggestions could get you into a hot mess.

  3. Liz says:

    Basic information, but into an orderly format for easier implementation of an entire program.

  4. Michelle says:

    This is a good book for any manager It focuses on setting expectations with employees and helping them meet their goals in their jobs.

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