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HOW TO MANAGE PEOPLE EFFECTIVELY
EMILIA GALLO

EXCEL GLOBAL CONSULTING (MAY 2007)
PAPERBACK, 9x6 book with 104 pages
Prod. # 9789628674084
Category: Business & Economics

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Proven techniques and insights on best practices and key tactics to develop and increase your people management skills.

This book will support you to understand the fundamental core skills to managing people via the following key content:
  • Clear and Engaging Communication
  • Establishing Focused Directions
  • Coaching to Enhance Performance
  • Providing Effective Feedback
  • Gaining Commitment from your People

Be inspired by this complete guide to achieving people management success.

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Modern Ink: The Art of Xugu
Chen Siyuan, Craig L. Yee, Jung Ying Tsao Britta Erickson (ed), J. May Lee Barrett (ed)
    

Not all painters start out that way. Xugu (1823-1896),  also known as Zhu Xubai and Huairen, was first an army officer before becoming a Buddhist monk of the ancient Chan (Zen) sect inspired by Taoism.

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