Becoming a Manager

How New Managers Master the Challenges of Leadership

Author: Linda Annette Hill

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 420

View: 671

Second Edition, Expanded to Include Fresh Insights and Practical Tools For New and Experienced Managers No book has captured the trials and traumas of the transition from star performer to competent manager better than Linda Hill's classicBecoming a Manager. In tracing and analyzing the experiences of nineteen new managers, Hill reveals the profound complexity and difficulty of the process of developing into a manager. In their own distinct voices, these managers describe how they reframed their understanding of their roles and responsibilities and how they coped with the stresses and emotions of the transformation-in essence, how they were able to take on new identities. Now, in a substantially expanded second edition, the author offers concrete advice on the crucial issues of dealing effectively with organizational politics and developing and leading diverse teams in times of change, as well as on how managers can prepare themselves to lead over the course of their careers. In a new epilogue, she explores what organizations can do to help managers in their journey to lead and learn.

Becoming a Manager

Author: Perry MCINTOSH

Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 212

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Becoming a New Manager

Expert Solutions to Everyday Challenges

Author: Harvard Business Review Press

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 96

View: 301

You've just been promoted to a managerial position for the first time -- congratulations! But beware: the managerial role differs markedly from the individual contributor role. Go into the job with mistaken assumptions about what to expect, and you just may be blindsided by surprising realities. This book helps you lay the foundation for succeeding in your new role, explaining how to: � Discard the "doer" role of the individual contributor for the orchestrating role of the manager � Adjust your leadership style to maximize your team's performance � Balance conflicting expectations from your boss, peers, and direct reports � Deal productively with the stresses and new emotions that come with being a manager

How to be a Manager

A Practical Guide to Tips and Techniques

Author: Robert W. Gallant

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 152

View: 633

How to be a Manager: A Practical Guide to Tips and Techniques is a useful book designed to show you how to develop your managerial understanding and skills at whatever job level you presently hold. Written by an experienced top-level manager, this fast-paced guide teaches you how to excel at your current position while preparing to move into higher management responsibilities. The book is organized so that each of the 18 chapters can be read and used for specific management tasks. However, each chapter builds on the understanding of overall management concepts so that by the end of the book, a broad array of management principles has been presented. The "what and why" of management principles is interwoven with techniques and specific examples of typical managerial problems. Recommendations for further reading are also incorporated so that this book can serve as the foundation for every professional's library of management lore. Whether ground-breaking entrepreneur or commercial manager directing 300 salesmen spread across the country, this book will show you the way to successful management.

Understanding Management

Author: Richard Daft

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 672

View: 249

Prepare your students for management success with this engaging survey of modern management practice. UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT, 7E seamlessly integrates classic management principles with today’s latest management ideas to create a responsive market leading text that captivates your students. Acclaimed authors Richard Daft and Dorothy Marcic cover management and entrepreneurial issues within small- to mid-size companies where most students will begin their careers, as well as within larger global enterprises. Many examples focus on the constantly-evolving entertainment industry. Students gain valuable insights into real, contemporary business as they examine today’s best management practices. This edition helps students establish and build upon practical skills they can readily apply to future or current careers. Engaging examples and numerous skill-building and application exercises in every chapter help students deepen their understanding and refine their management abilities. With a streamlined format, this edition takes a close look at how change demands innovation and how innovation requires forward-thinking, flexible leaders and organizations. The book’s complete ancillary package provides flexibility and solid support for your course as you use UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT, 7E to prepare today’s students to seize business opportunities and lead change. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

How to Become a Better Manager in Social Work and Social Care

Essential Skills for Managing Care

Author: Trish Hafford-Letchfield

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

View: 454

Social work and social care managers often find themselves in management positions without having had any formal management training, yet skills and knowledge specific to social care settings are essential for effective practice. This book offers a researched and practical guide to the fundamental skills and knowledge that a manager needs, underpinned by the values and ethics that are inherent to social work and social care. Core skills covered include time management, recruitment, managing meetings, working in partnership with service users, negotiation and conflict management, and mentoring and coaching. A self-improvement feedback assessment is included, and the book features learning activities, practical tools, case examples, summaries and action checklists. This must-have handbook will help social work and social care managers and students to understand and accomplish the core skills needed for excellent management practice.

Understanding Management

Author: Richard Daft

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 720

View: 167

UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT, Sixth Edition provides an engaging survey of modern management practice that seamlessly integrates classic and contemporary principles. Rather than concentrating on large global enterprises, the text focuses on dynamic small to mid-sized local businesses and entrepreneurial issues, giving students valuable real-world insights and practical skills they can readily apply when beginning or continuing their careers. To help students deepen their understanding and hone their skills, numerous skill-building and application exercises appear in every chapter. UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT also features a streamlined format and impressive ancillary package that make it affordable, flexible, well-suited to any course, and effective for students of diverse backgrounds and interests. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Focus on Them

Become the Manager Your People Need You to Be

Author: Ryan Changcoco

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 208

View: 396

Perfect the Skills to Excel as a Manager An engagement crisis, a management skill shortage, a retention problem—call it what you will, today’s research and workplace insights emphasize that many employees leave managers. . . not companies. Good managers know they need to deliver results to be successful. But great ones? They understand the essence of managing encompasses something more: making connections, embodying the right skills, and developing their direct reports. They also realize managing well takes practice. With Focus on Them, you’ll get the tools and know-how to excel as a manager. Edited by the Association for Talent Development’s own management authority Ryan Changcoco, research expert Megan Cole, and content developer Jack Harlow, this book explores ATD’s new management framework—the ACCEL model. Each chapter, written by a leader in management and talent development, focuses on one of the five skills all managers need: · Accountability (Timothy Ito) · Communication (Ken O’Quinn) · Collaboration (Winsor Jenkins) · Engagement (Hunter Haines) · Listening and assessing (Michele Nevarez) By investing in your own development—boosting your ACCEL skills—you signal to your employees that you’re serious about their development and learning, too. Becoming a manager isn’t climbing a mountain. By focusing on the basics, you can transform from a results-oriented manager to the super people manager your employees need.

Becoming an Effective Classroom Manager

Author: Bob F. Steere

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 215

View: 419

Over the years, classroom management remains one of the greatest educational concerns of teachers, administrators, and parents. This practical resource for developing and upgrading personal classroom management skills and systems addresses that concern and will prove to be an invaluable guide for preservice and practicing educators. Utilizing a balanced approach based on both scholarship and experience, Becoming an Effective Classroom Manager provides a discussion of models of management, a summary of effectiveness research and related management techniques, as well as coverage of routine and more complex managerial concerns and procedures. Steere's approach is multi-faceted, interweaving three areas of concern: prevention of disciplinary problems, dealing/coping with disciplinary problems, and development of techniques for insuring that problems do not recur. The book is filled with suggestions and techniques that have been successfully utilized in public school classrooms. The author argues that institutions of higher learning must produce teachers who are equally adept and confident in their teaching methods, management skills, and their subject matter. His work will help teachers become not only better managers, but more effective teachers as well.