You gain confidence by consistently doing the right things in appropriate ways. Find time to do things for others, little things that clearly say, “I genuinely care about you.”
MANAGERS MUST UNDERSTAND THEIR STAFF members, recognize their abilities, and guide them to perform to their maximum potential so they benefit the organization as well as themselves. This book set forth the basic principles, tools, and guidance you need to become a successful, professional manager. The rest is up to you.
You have broad and varied responsibilities within the work environment, but your influence goes far beyond the workplace. Always remember that your behavior affects the lives of other people in a profound way.
In whatever you do—hire, ...