The Mature Manager: Managing From The Inside Out
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To enhance relationships with employees and increase their motivation, the great manager leads with both head and heart. He or she must be technically skilled and must be socially and emotionally mature. This makes for a powerful leader.
The effective manager today is not only technically skilled but also emotionally and socially mature. Self-knowledge is a pre-requisite of the good manager; so too are the qualities of leadership such as self-management, social awareness and empathy. The good manager leads with both head and heart. In his latest book, Tony Humphreys shows how a manager who possesses a deep understanding of human behaviour is in a powerful position to enhance relationships with employees and increase their motivation and commitment to work. He writes about those managers who can relate openly with their people and those who use more defensive styles. He considers also the various types of communication between managers and employees, and looks at the kinds of organisation that can encourage open healthy relationships that in turn lead to enhanced results.
|Publication date||29 Aug 2006|
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