Getting Things Done In Business (Business Shorts Book 1)

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People who are successful in business rarely get where they are by luck alone. The best workers and managers — at whatever level — achieve success by developing their knowledge, skills and abilities in the right directions. By taking a structured approach to both your personal development, and the way you approach tasks in the workplace, you can improve your efficiency and effectiveness, as well a...

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Publisher: Morrigan Publishing (July 25, 2012)
Publication Date: July 25, 2012
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er prospects.‘Getting Things Done in Business’ provides a comprehensive set of tools and techniques that will help you succeed in business, covering topics such as managing business relationships, time management, decision making and project planning, as well as including invaluable advice on how to achieve results through effective teamwork.Anyone who works in business will find value in the information contained in this book; however it is particularly suited to those entering supervisory or management positions for the first time. You will find the book full of practical and worthy advice that will help you to succeed in your business responsibilities, from day-to-day tasks to managing critical projects.Contents include:Chapter 1: Getting fit for successChapter 2: Establishing and managing relationshipsChapter 3: Making the most of your timeChapter 4: Solving problems and making decisionsChapter 5: Project planning and managementChapter 6: Using teams to get resultsBonus chapter — Dealing with stress‘Getting Things Done in Business’ is the first book in the Business Shorts series. Future books will cover subjects including clear business communication, coaching and training, customer care, and people management.The authorsJulie Lewthwaite is an experienced manager and trainer who has worked in retail, telecommunications and the not-for-profit sector, focusing on local enterprise and business creation. She has written a wealth of material for trainers and learners, and her courses have been used both nationally and internationally. Her first business books were published in 2000.Steven Miscandlon worked in the retail banking sector for fourteen years before becoming a freelance writer. In addition to articles published in international business magazines, he has written extensively for corporate clients in various industries, from insurance and financial services to engineering and technology. He is the author of the ebook ‘A Landlord’s Guide to Letting’, published in 2012.