2 edition of Getting them to give a damn found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dearborn Trade Pub.|
|Publishers||Dearborn Trade Pub.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|The pagoda principle Whos calling the shots? Valuesquake : the shift in work ethic The give a damn continuum The Opie ideal Identifying Opies Recruiting Opies Retention : hang on for dear life Compensation : share the love Recognition : does anyone notice? Management style : zag to avoid the drag Turnover : slowing down the endless treadmill Orientation and training : buy in from day one Communication : laying down the law and keeping it Honesty : its the best policy : whats yours? Mentorship : Simon says lead the way Service : keeping your youngest employees from driving away your oldest customers Stone cold crazy kidployees Opportunity knocks at Southwestern U.S. Army : buy in of the highest order A great job flippin burgers? And one to grow on.|
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Catalogue of part V of the celebrated collection of coins formed by the late Richard Cyril Lockett, Esq.
In Getting Them to Give a Damn, nationally recognized Generation Y expert Eric Chester shows readers how to hire, train, manage, and motivate a workforce that won't blindly conform to traditional standards and time-honored company policies and standards.
Chester reveals the management techniques that leading-edge employers are using to get these quirky, book-smart, and streetwise kidployees to contribute in innovative and entrepreneurial ways.
It is such a blessing that you truly know yourself and who you are. Not that you give a DAMN about my opinion LOL! He points out that most of us in management are the equivalent of analog thinkers, whereas this generation is digital.
It hit me somewhere about half through the pages. Especially here in the U. Sometimes it takes time for a blog post to gather steam. What else would you add to this list to make readers care about your blog? Dimensions 152 x 229 x 12mm 309g• If you are reading this post, you have a computer and likely have been bombarded with advertisements, news flashes, tweets, and enticements to dig yourself even deeper into the labyrinth of the Internet.
Pleasing other people is a sure way of getting stuck in an unfulfilled life.