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Harvard business review case studies: managing difficult people

Series: The HBR case studies series. Publisher: Boston Harvard Business Press 2009Description: 175 p.ISBN: 9781422199916.Subject(s): Problem employees | Supervision of employees | Personnel managementDDC classification: 658.3045 Summary: Great managers can lead their teams through any challenge--but what if your people are the problem? From deciding whether an aggressive star performer is worth the trouble to knowing when team morale needs to come first, managers often face questions with no easy answers. See how leading experts weigh in on these and other crucial issues and find solutions to your toughest dilemmas in this collection of the most popular Harvard Business Review cases
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Great managers can lead their teams through any challenge--but what if your people are the problem? From deciding whether an aggressive star performer is worth the trouble to knowing when team morale needs to come first, managers often face questions with no easy answers. See how leading experts weigh in on these and other crucial issues and find solutions to your toughest dilemmas in this collection of the most popular Harvard Business Review cases

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