- Tapa blanda: 144 páginas
- Editor: Harper Thorsons; Edición: Thorsons Classics edition (29 de enero de 2015)
- Colección: The One Minute Manager
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0007103417
- ISBN-13: 978-0007103416
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº105.472 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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Leadership and the One Minute Manager (The One Minute Manager) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 29 ene 2015
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""Leadership and the One Minute Manager? "teaches strategies that put possibility thinking into action. It's a must for managers and parents."--Dr. Robert H. Schuller"There is only one group of people that I wouldn't want to read this book...my competitors. Another winner from the One Minute Manager."--Harvey B. Mackay"Simple, smart, and useful--this book demonstrates that leadership competence is attainable by all who truly desire it."--Warren Bennis"If you think people are your most important asset, then "Leadership and the One Minute Manager? "is for you and your managers."--Roger Milliken, chairman and CEO, Milliken and Company""Leadership and the One Minute Manager(R) "will provide you with the knowledge you need to build a winning team."--Tom Managhan, founder, Domino's Pizza, Inc.
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With a new foreword by Ken Blanchard
Adapting One Minute Manager techniques to enable successful leadership to happen. Using different ways to motivate different kinds of people.
Leadership and The One Minute Manager goes straight to the heart of management as it describes the effective, adaptive styles of Situational Leadership. In clear and simple terms it teaches how to become a flexible and successful leader, fitting your style to the needs of the individual and to the situation at hand, and using the One Minute Manager techniques to enhance the motivation of others.Ver Descripción del producto
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I expected more, given the name on the industry of the author but the book has dissapointed me.
I have no alternative to suggest, though.
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For any new task, be hands-on and directive. Once someone has the basics, keep monitoring the performance in detail, but add some emotional support. Once they have mastered the area, back away on the details and provide some empathy. If they don't relish the interpersonal stuff, back away to low support and low direction.
The book is about 100 pages. Quick reading. Adequate depth. Enough examples and repetition to get the points across. A good book for a quick 2-3 hour training session. However, as with most "managing" books, the key is to apply the principles and develop new habits. Good luck.
Blanchard's style tends toward the simple rather than the complicated side of the leadership menu and so his popular books are short and broken into bite-sized chapters, usually based upon one of his trademark sayings.
The `situational' in `situational leadership' means that Blanchard wants to coach a leader who can vary his style based upon the situation he encounters. The idea is not to produce an automaton of managerial efficiency, but rather a human being who is wise. This latter aspect of his program may have increased in recent years. The book under review dates from 1985, but wisdom under other names is already a desirable feature, even if it emerges at this early date more as a technical ability than a character virtue.
I find this little entry to be a refreshing reminder to step back and understand the human being whom one is `managing' when much of my leadership reading focuses--properly, I think--on the person of the leader. Blanchard reminds us between the lines of Leadership and the One Minute Manager that we manage human beings and that we do so for some reason larger than ourselves. Their competence and attitude vary from week to week and from task and so, therefore, should our managerial interaction with them.
That alone is worth the read.
It's also a good book for people who are reluctant to lead, when read in combination with the original OMM. It's short and sweet and presented in narrative form, so it's easy to digest.