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When management is your profession (E-book)

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Anton van den Dungen (Auteur), Coen Dirkx (Auteur)
Skills you need to be a manager, how you can obtain these skills and how you can put them into practice.
Onderwerp: Leiderschap, Engels
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Samenvatting

Managers today seem to have to be jacks-of-all-trades. Delegating, co-operating, motivating, planning and even keeping up to date with developments as well as taking training courses: this is what is expected of managers today. But who can possibly do all of these things at one time?

Dirkx en Van den Dungen show us which skills you need to be a manager, how you can obtain these skills and how you can put them into practice without becoming completely snowed under. Using models, recommendations and practical examples they cover the most important management skills. Theory background is also covered, but in the form of bullet points; it is the practical aspects of management that are always given precedence. 

Both authors have worked for many years in the world of management training and are familiar with all its practical workings. If Management Is Your Profession has become a standard reference for practical management skills.

Over de auteur

Anton van den Dungen (Auteur)

Anton van den Dungen studeerde sociale en organisatiepsychologie. Hij was docent en opleidingscoördinator in het hoger onderwijs en werkte als adviseur/trainer bij Schouten & Nelissen.

Coen Dirkx (Auteur)

Coen Dirkx is politicoloog en gespecialiseerd in marketing/communicatie bij dienstverlenende organisaties.
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Specificaties

Auteur(s) Anton van den Dungen, Coen Dirkx, Elan Languages, Kate Santon
ISBN 9789058710505
Uitvoering Ebook
Uitgeverij Uitgeverij Thema
Taal Engels
Verschijningsdatum 01-05-2010
Aantal bladzijdes 194