Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers by Brian MillerKeeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers by Brian Miller

Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy Managers

byBrian Miller

Paperback | January 20, 2006

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"All managers want to hold their employees accountable for results, but few know how. Moving beyond the far-from-ideal annual performance review -- which only evaluates what has already occurred, and not what the manager wants to achieve -- Keeping Employees Accountable for Resultscontains checklists, how-tos, and other tools to manage performance on an ongoing basis. The book gives busy managers quick, step-by-step advice on: * Setting expectations * Monitoring progress * Giving feedback * Following through Light on theory and heavy on practical application, Keeping Employees Accountable for Results gives time-pressed managers the proven, practical information they need to help their people accomplish more."
BRIAN COLE MILLER is the principal of Working Solutions, Inc., a management training and consulting firm whose clients include Nationwide Insurance, Kellogg's, and the Ohio State University. He is the author of Keeping Employees Accountable for Results and other popular books.
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Title:Keeping Employees Accountable for Results: Quick Tips for Busy ManagersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:January 20, 2006Publisher:AmacomLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0814473202

ISBN - 13:9780814473207

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A simple way to build teams by engaging participants in learning about themselves and their team players" -Shirley Copeland, Ed.D, The Facilitator "An excellent primer. The format is user-friendly and packed with guidance not often provided in similar activity resources." - Lee Smedley, Training Media Review "... practical book gives supervisors,managers[]variety of team-boosting exercises,all of which can be implemented with no special facilities,big expense,or previous training experience." - Clinical Leadership & Management Review "Everything is explained so that the exercises can be led by laymen or professionals." - The Midwest Book Review"