This introduction to the series is mainly a guide for the manager themselves to show them the basic skills in training, enabling them to bridge the gap between competence and performance. The emphasis is on turning the workplace into a learning environment and empowering the team to succeed.
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When the pressure is on to deliver top-class results with ever-tightening resources, you need to invest in those people in your organization who are going to make it happen. This new series of books has been created in response to demand from managers for help in developing their team's professionalism in a whole range of key skills, from project management to creativity and from selling to planning. If the funds and time for lengthy development courses are not available within your organization, these books offer you, simply and cost-effectively, the management tools to sharpen your team's skills and produce top-class, high-performance employees. It is not enough to be competent. People have to want to perform. Bridging the gap between competence and performance involves you working with your team and motivating them to perform. This book, the introduction to the Sharpen your team's skills series is your guide to achieving this. Valuing the workplace as a learning environment is particularly important for staff development. As a manager, you must be tolerant of the learning process, and offer effective, non-critical feedback and encouragement. Trevor Bentley shows you how to create that environment and empower your team to test and develop new skills.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0077090721