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Developing employees : expert solutions to everyday challenges.
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Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business Press, 2009.
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xii, 92 p. : ill.
ISBN
9781422128855 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business Press, 2009.
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9781422128855 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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7003810
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Managing employee growth is critical to an organization's success. But to develop employees effectively, managers must have certain skills, such as the ability to seek out opportunities, set goals, and provide feedback.
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ThePocket Mentor seriesoffers immediate solutions to the challenges managers face on the job every day. Each book in the series is packed with handy tools, self-tests, and real-life examples to help you identify strengths and weaknesses and hone critical skills. Whether you're at your desk, in a meeting, or on the road, these portable guides enable you to tackle the daily demands of your work with greater speed, savvy, and effectiveness.Managing employee growth is critical to your organization's success. But to develop your employees effectively, you must have certain skills, such as the ability to seek out opportunities, set goals, and provide feedback.

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