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  • ISBN 0275990184
  • ISBN13 978-0275990183
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Kroth
  • Publisher Praeger; First edition (December 30, 2006)
  • Pages 264
  • Formats rtf mbr mobi lit
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Management and Leadership
  • Size ePub 1325 kb
  • Size Fb2 1463 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 790

A manager has more opportunity to directly motivate employees than does any other organizational influence. And in today's complex and fluid work environments, where retention of top-performing employees is paramount, managers are under considerable pressure to motivate individuals to achieve both personal and organizational goals. Integrating insights from management and psychology, The Manager as Motivator covers such issues as the development of a free-agent workforce, with talent following supply and demand; the emergence of employees as the only true sustainable advantage; and the opportunities and challenges that managers face in their role as motivators, especially when they themselves are wrestling with limited resources and competing demands. Featuring diagnostic exercises, case examples, checklists, and other interactive elements, the book addresses common myths and misconceptions about motivation (such as the popular focus on charismatic leaders) and offers readers many practical tools for becoming more effective motivators―and measuring the positive results.

A manager has more opportunity to directly motivate employees than does any other organizational influence. Conversely, research reveals that de-motivating managers are the primary reason employees voluntarily leave. Managers set the tone, translate organizational strategy into employee performance and developmental plans, provide the carrots and the sticks to achieve those plans, and in virtually every other way reinforce―for better or worse―the cultural attitudes of the organization.

The Manager as Motivator explores the dynamics of motivation, especially in the context of today's complex and fluid work enivronments, where retention of top-performing employees is paramount. Integrating insights from management and psychology, the author covers such issues as the development of a free-agent workforce, with talent following supply and demand; the emergence of employees as the only true sustainable advantage; and the opportunities and challenges that managers face in their role as motivators, especially when they themselves are wrestling with limited resources and competing demands. Featuring diagnostic exercises, case examples, checklists, and other interactive elements, the book addresses common myths and misconceptions about motivation (such as the popular focus on charismatic leaders) and offers readers many practical tools for becoming more effective motivators―and measuring the positive results.


A manager has more opportunity to directly motivate employees than does any other organizational influence

A manager has more opportunity to directly motivate employees than does any other organizational influence. And in today's complex and fluid work environments, where retention of top-performing employees is paramount, managers are under considerable pressure to motivate individuals to achieve both personal and organizational goals. The Manager as Motivator explores the dynamics of motivation, especially in the context of today's complex and fluid work enivronments, where retention of top-performing employees is paramount.

Michael Kroth tells us how even the most non-charismatic leader at any organizational level can be a powerful motivator

Michael Kroth tells us how even the most non-charismatic leader at any organizational level can be a powerful motivator. Filled with practical, easy-to-use strategies, this book is a great read and the kind of book you will dog ear, mark up, and really use to get the most out of the staff and volunteers in your organization. Anne Blouin, CAE, Chief Learning & Community Officer, ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership)

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The Manager as Motivator. No portion of this book may be reproduced, by any process or technique, without the express wri�en consent of the publisher. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2006028063 ISBN: 0–275–99018–4 ISSN: 1555–7480 First published in 2007 Praeger Publishers, 88 Post Road West, Westport, CT 06881 An imprint of Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc. ww. raeger. com Printed in the United States of America.

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