Managing For Dummies

Author: Bob Nelson
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470618132
Size: 14,94 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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The fast and easy way to learn how to manage people, projects, and teams Being a manager can be an intimidating and challenging task. Managing involves teaching new skills to employees, helping land a new customer, accomplishing an important assignment, increasing performance, and much more. The process of management can be very challenging at times, but it can also bring you a sense of fulfillment that you never imagined possible. Managing For Dummies, 3rd Edition is perfect for all levels of managers. This clearly written, easy-to-understand guide gives you practical advice on the most important aspects of managing, such as delegating as opposed to ordering, improving employees' performances, getting your message across, understanding ethics and office policies, team building and collaboration, and much more. Tips and advice for new and experienced managers All-new chapters on employee encouragement and corporate social responsibility Guidance on managing employees by leveraging the power of the Internet Managing in today's lightning-speed business world requires that you have the latest information and techniques for getting the job done. Managing For Dummies, 3rd Edition provides you with straightforward advice and up-to-the-minute strategies for dealing with anything that comes your way.

Million Dollar Hire

Author: David P. Jones
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118017524
Size: 16,10 MB
Format: PDF
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Tools for translating recruiting and hiring decisions into financial returns Even in a down economy, U.S. business and government make millions of hiring decisions every year. Every decision carries risk. Every hire is an investment. Ideally, every one pays a return. In today's demanding environment, companies no longer have room to get it wrong. Million-Dollar Hire shows how leading companies have re-invented themselves, beat their competition, and added millions to their bottom lines with re-engineered recruiting and hiring practices. Using practical, real world illustrations, it shows that there are tools to treat every hiring decision with the same focus a business applies in acquiring other high-value assets. Shows how new technologies and social networking tools are being used to spider the Internet and find the best candidates before the competition Explains how different approaches to candidate screening translate to different levels of financial return to a business Reveals how to estimate the financial payoff for every hire and how to avoid legal challenges This is an invaluable tool for CEOs, CFOs, COOs and HR professionals who want to revamp what is often one of the least sophisticated parts of a business-the ways it finds talent.

The Million Dollar Detective

Author: T. Lambert
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 059534741X
Size: 14,98 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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They resisted love, but love insisted. He muttered to himself, not really intending for her to hear, "I could possibly fall in love with you." With an amused twinkle in her eye, she replied, "You silly man, you already have." He is a wealthy detective with a black belt. She is a brilliant executive with a law degree. "How do you feel about me, Meredith?" "You're the great detective," she said. "What do you deduce?" In a cynical age, he embraces the role of hero, a chivalrous knight for modern times. She is his lady fair, his partner, adviser, and sometimes his rescuer. Bart rested his chin lightly on the top of her head and smiled. "I deduce," he whispered, "That I am a lucky, lucky man." In the days preceding the 9/11 attacks, they restore each other's faith in love, and dedicate themselves to fighting evil. They embark on a romantic adventure, chasing a murderer from Michigan to Venezuela while dodging suspicious police officers, FBI agents, and Venezuelan mobsters. During their return, their plane is diverted, and we get to hear the deductions of professionals as the biggest crime in recent history unfolds.

Managing All In One For Dummies

Author: Marty Brounstein
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118784081
Size: 14,20 MB
Format: PDF
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Offers a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of effective management, including management styles, managing with technology, communicating effectively, conflict resolution, managing teams, and leading business change.

The Million Dollar Financial Services Practice

Author: David J. Mullen, Jr.
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814431747
Size: 15,91 MB
Format: PDF
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Other books have claimed to help readers build a lucrative financial services practice...but it was The Million-Dollar Financial Services Practice that provided ambitious financial advisors with a step-by-step, tactical process proven to work. The second edition is updated throughout and contains new strategies for acquiring affluent clients and assets by providing Wealth Management services, using social media and "Alumni Marketing," targeting successful realtors as clients, and much more. Using the method he has taught at Merrill Lynch and is famous for in the industry, author David J. Mullen, Jr. shows how anyone-no matter where they are in their career-can get the appointment, convert prospects to clients, build relationships, retain clients, use niche marketing successfully, and increase the products and services each client uses. Packed with templates, scripts, letters, and tried-and-true Market Action Plans, the book provides readers with the tools and guidance they need to take their financial services practice to the million-dollar level and beyond.

The Million Dollar Parrot

Author: Gerald De Jaager
Editor: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456606891
Size: 17,75 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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With 25 memorable stories that spark insight, fuel innovation, and inspire important new conversations, The Million Dollar Parrot has established itself as an essential element of every leader's toolkit. "Jerry de Jaager and Jim Ericson have produced one of the most engaging business books I've read in a long while. Each of their stories will fire your neurons--and keep them firing as you ponder their wise and insightful lessons. This little book packs a big--no, huge--wallop." --Daniel H. Pink, New York Times bestselling author of A Whole New Mind and Drive "This small book will expand your thinking and equip you to thrive in an unpredictable future as much as any other book you might read. Its elements--images, stories, ideas, and cool related stuff--are masterfully woven together for maximum impact in minimum time." --Ben Sherwood, New York Times bestselling author of The Survivors Club

The Girls Guide To Building A Million Dollar Business

Author: Susan Solovic
Editor: AMACOM
ISBN: 9780814409756
Size: 14,62 MB
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We’ve all been told that nice girls don’t get the corner office. And they certainly don’t strike out on their own to start a million-dollar company. . . Fortunately, we all know better. As the head of the highly successful SBTV.com (Small Business Television), author Susan Solovic is an authority on making money and building a thriving business. Now inThe Girls’ Guide to Building a Million-Dollar Business, she shows women how to gain the confidence and knowledge they need to become successful entrepreneurs. Featuring interviews with daring, powerhouse women like Gayle Martz, President & CEO, Sherpa’s Pet Training Company, and Taryn Rose of Taryn Rose International, Solovic offers frank advice and hard-won lessons including:• Taking emotions out of the workplace. Make business decisions based on what is best for the company, not on your personal feelings.• Thinking big and bold. Believe that you can be successful and be willing to announce your intentions to the world.• Managing for growth. Hire the right people and discover the best ways to keep them.• Never being afraid to take a chance. Boost profits by taking financial risks.Inspiring and and unflinching, The Girls’ Guide to Building a Million-Dollar Businessshows women that not only do they have the power to earn more money and control their financial destinies—they deserve to.

Million Dollar Blind Spots

Author: Gary Patterson
Editor: AudioInk Publishing
ISBN: 0982241569
Size: 17,39 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Million Dollar Blind Spots will create clear understanding to uncover blind spots in your company-and will dramatically accelerate correct business leadership decisions. Million Dollar Blind Spots is hailed by industry professionals as a commonsense approach to risk management. When asked how all departmental leaders can help the finance department increase profitability, this book is a resource for management to find pools of cash in key departments of the company. This book helps career-motivated business executives unearth key risk areas and identify opportunities leading to sustainable growth, buzz-worthy customer value, and impressive profitability.