FYI: For Your Improvement – For Learners; Managers; Mentors; and Feedback Givers (5th Edition)

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Download FYI: For Your Improvement – For Learners; Managers; Mentors; and Feedback Givers (5th Edition) written by Michael M. Lombardo in PDF format. This book is under the category Management and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 9781933578170/9781933578170. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

Michael M. Lombardo

publisher

LOMINGER INTERNATIONAL; 5th edition (2009)

file-type

PDF

pages

580 pages

language

English

asin

1933578173

isbn10

9781933578170

isbn13

9781933578170


Book Description

Lombardo’s FYI: For Your Improvement – For Learners; Managers; Mentors; and Feedback Givers 5th Edition (PDF) is an excellent Development and Coaching Guide for Learners; Supervisors; Managers; Mentors and Feedback Givers. More than 1 million print copies of this excellent book have been sold worldwide!

NOTE: THIS CONTAINS THE ORIGINAL FYI: FOR YOUR IMPROVEMENT 5E PDF. NO ONLINE CODES ARE INCLUDED.

 

Additional information

book-author

Michael M. Lombardo

publisher

LOMINGER INTERNATIONAL; 5th edition (2009)

file-type

PDF

pages

580 pages

language

English

asin

1933578173

isbn10

9781933578170

isbn13

9781933578170

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Competencies : Action oriented —
Dealing with ambiguity —
Approachability —
Boss relationships —
Business acumen —
Career ambition —
Caring about direct reports —
Comfort around higher management —
Command skills —
Compassion —
Composure —
Conflict management —
Confronting direct reports —
Creativity —
Customer focus —
Timely decision making —
Decision quality —
Delegation —
Developing direct reports and others —
Directing others —
Managing diversity —
Ethics and values —
Fairness to direct reports —
Functional/technical skills —
Hiring and staffing —
Humor —
Informing —
Innovation management —
Integrity and trust —
Intellectual horsepower —
Interpersonal savvy —
Learning on the fly —
Listening —
Managerial courage —
Managing and measuring work —
Motivating others —
Negotiating —
Organizational agility —
Organizing —
Dealing with paradox —
Patience —
Peer relationships —
Perseverance —
Personal disclosure —
Personal learning —
Perspective —
Planning —
Political savvy —
Presentation skills —
Priority setting —
Problem solving —
Process management —
Drive for results —
Self-development —
Self-knowledge —
Sizing up people —
Standing alone —
Strategic agility —
Managing through systems —
Building effective teams —
Technical learning —
Time management —
Total work systems (e.g. TQM/ISO/Six Sigma) —
Understanding others —
Managing vision and purpose —
Work/life balance —
Written communications. Career stallers and stoppers : Unable to adapt to differences —
Poor administrator —
Overly ambitious —
Arrogant —
Betrayal of trust —
Blocked personal learner —
Lack of composure —
Defensiveness —
Lack of ethics and values —
Failure to build a team —
Failure to staff effectively —
Insensitive to others —
Key skill deficiencies —
Non-strategic —
Overdependence on an advocate —
Overdependence on a single skill —
Overmanaging —
Performance problems —
Political missteps. Global focus areas : Global business knowledge —
Cross-cultural resourcefulness —
Cross-cultural agility —
Assignment hardiness —
Organizational positioning skills —
Cross-cultural sensitivity —
Humility.

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