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Download Managing in Times of Change: 24 Tools for Managers, Individuals, and Teams - Michael Maginn
Managing in Times of Change: 24 Tools for Managers, Individuals, and Teams

In this book, managers learn a three-step method to help their employees deal with change in the workplace. They will learn how to face change head-on and be honest with their employees about the current situation and offer desirable outcomes.

Author: Michael Maginn
Pages: 64 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 18.93 Mb
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