Mad about me

Yalom, Irvin D.; Yalom, Ben
December 1998
Inc.;Dec98, Vol. 20 Issue 18, p37
Discusses the strains in employer-employee relations. Importance of communication in industrial relations; Role of the subordinate in improving the relationship; Advantages of taking responsibility in the pursuit of goals.


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