The New Supervisor: How To Thrive In Your First Year As A Manager by Martin M. BroadwellThe New Supervisor: How To Thrive In Your First Year As A Manager by Martin M. Broadwell

The New Supervisor: How To Thrive In Your First Year As A Manager

byMartin M. Broadwell, Carol Broadwell DietrichAs told byCarol Broadwell Dietrich

Paperback | May 20, 1998

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Martin Broadwell has dominated the field of management training for over thirty years, inspiring and guiding thousands of front-line managers in virtually every industry, in the U.S. and abroad. In this classic bestseller he offers new managers a comprehensive primer to the essentials of effective management—delegation, problem solving, motivation, time management, communication, and performance appraisal. Now teamed up with his daughter, he has expanded and updated this handy guide to reflect the management issues of the '90s, including stress management and team building. Packed with practical examples, no-nonsense advice, and illustrative exercises, The New Supervisor is an indispensable resource for every manager on the way up.
Martin M. Broadwell is president of the Center for Management Services, Inc., in Decatur, Georgia. Formerly the director of engineering training at Bell Telephone Company, he taught management training at the Executive Management Institute at the University of Michigan for twenty-seven years. He lives in Decatur, Georgia.Carol Broadwel...
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Title:The New Supervisor: How To Thrive In Your First Year As A ManagerFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.88 inPublished:May 20, 1998Publisher:Basic Books

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ISBN - 10:0201339927

ISBN - 13:9780201339925

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Martin Broadwell has dominated the field of management training for over 30 years. Now, teamed up with his daughter, Broadwell presents a new edition of his handy management guide, updated and expanded to reflect the management issues of the '90s