Leadership's Adversary: Winning the War Between Leadership and Management
Managing employees is one of the most challenging tasks imaginable, and the relationship between supervisor and worker is not always smooth. Often this situation occurs because of poor management style, which overemphasises either results or personal relationships. This book presents an analysis of different managing methods and tries to balance the jobs of leading and managing employees.
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