For use as a supplement in courses in management and management skills, organizational behavior and development, interpersonal relations, human resource management, human relations, supervision, and group dynamics.
This highly-regarded supplemental text is designed to provide vital training in interpersonal skills that complement the conceptual and research material found in most textbooks. This completely self-contained program provides an action-oriented approach in which students actually practice skills behavior.
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Training in Interpersonal Skills (TIPS) was one of the first interpersonal-skills training packages for management students. Since its original publication, college and university management faculty have increasingly come to recognize the importance of developing interpersonal skill competencies in their students. Dr. Milton Blood, a former professor and now an executive with the Association for Management Education, explains why management skills training has gained in popularity over more traditional theory building:
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