New to this third edition is an expanded leadership chapter - most leaders fail because they have no idea how to create a vision and strategy for their team or business plans for their offerings, and so this chapter following leadership will explore “Vision, strategy and plans”.
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about management – but were afraid to ask. The third edition of this book is a refreshingly honest and practical guide to the best managerial practice.
Designed to give you a head start over those learning just from experience, this book contains an invaluable mixture of generally agreed best practice and real-life experience of others to provide the tools, tactics and techniques for every situation, to help you achieve brilliant management results.
Most management books are theoretical, strategic or task-focused – this is different: fundamental principles of successful management are told in a refreshingly short readable way.
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1 Managing people
3 Visions, strategies and plans
5 Managing different types of people
6 Organising your team &
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Every manager wants to be brilliant, to be the best they can be, to be successful and respected and to do the right thing in the right situation. Now in its third edition, Brilliant Manager is the perfect book to show you how to gain all this and more.
It contains an invaluable mixture of generally agreed best practice and the experience of others to provide tools, tactics and techniques for every situation. It’s been fully revised and expanded, with great new sections on business tips, vision and strategy and a completely updated chapter on leadership.
'There are many weighty management tomes out there, but few can match the sheer usefulness and insight found in Brilliant Manager.'
Sir John Chisholm, Chairman, QinetiQ