Golden Rule Management: Give Respect, Get Results
“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Such a simple premise, yet how often do you see the Golden Rule violated in business settings? How often have you seen managers treat employees in ways they would never tolerate being treated themselves? And then you see these same managers complain about the commitment and productivity levels of today’s workers.When translated to a philosophy of supervision, Golden Rule Management becomes “If at any time you are confused about any action to take with a person, always chose that action that results in trust, respect, and a higher self-image for the other person … the way you would wish to be treated.” The results are astounding. When you treat workers with dignity and respect, as valued assets, and as the adults that they are, in return you get committed workers producing more with higher quality. For more than a decade, Stephen Holoviak has been helping companies implement Golden Rule Management. Success stories from these companies fill this book, bringing to life the myriad ways that Golden Rule Management can be applied. The book addresses, for example, how this philosophy fits in with performance-appraisal systems and career paths, how it can help you deal productively with unions, and how you can be a positive Golden Rule supervisor in a non-Golden Rule Management organization.Golden Rule Management gives first-line supervisors and middle managers practical advice for achieving success. The Golden Rule program is not a complex mathematical system that managers will not or cannot use. It is not “far out” psychological jargon that readers will not understand. The Golden Rule process draws on points of reference that are readily identifiable. Its roots are traditional and familiar. Perhaps most importantly, it can be put to work immediately, with or without senior level management adopting it. With this book you can become a Golden Rule Manager today.
Specifications of Golden Rule Management: Give Respect, Get Results
|Author||Stephen J. Holoviak|
|Number Of Pages||128|
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