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- Are Rating Dimensions in Assessment Centers Transparent for Participants? Consequences for Criterion and Construct Validity. Kleinmann, Martin // Journal of Applied Psychology;Dec93, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p988
The author investigates whether the extent to which participants recognize rating dimensions in assessment centers has an effect on performance. Results showed that people who more accurately identify dimensions perform better. Convergent validity of dimension ratings is greater when...
- People Skills & Self-Knowledge. Richardson, Margaret // New Zealand Forest Industries;Sep2002, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p29
Reports the skills and knowledge needed by several executives in handling business enterprises in New Zealand. Investment in training and staff development; Ways of developing potentials; Increase of cultural diversity.
- THE MODERN "MULTIPLIER" MANAGER: Value-added approach to managerial work. Estes, Hugh // Business Horizons;Feb70, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p79
Some managers are deciders; they are, in short, the boss. There is another approach, in which the manager sees himself primarily as the multiplier of the work of others. His primary task then is to make it possible to do more in concert than separately. This manager can add to the value of his...
- ASK IZZY. Rimmer, Isobel // Training Journal;Aug2009, p12
The article presents answers to a question of how to persuade managers to deliver in times of a tight budget.
- 6 ways to be a better boss. // ABA Banking Journal;Jan2013, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p10
The article presents a discussion of acquiring managerial skills in business enterprises adapted from the blog ababj.com of human resources (HR) professional Marian Exall.
- Introduction. Topchik, Gary S. // Accidental Manager;2004, p1
An introduction to the book "Accidental Manager" is presented.
- Growing enough, but not too much. Gray, Andi // Fairfield County Business Journal;3/14/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p11
The article provides an answer to a question on the significance of being careful in business and in accepting business works.
- Morse's code. // Personnel Today;6/18/2002, p17
Focuses on the management techniques of Inspector Morse, a fictitious character in Great Britain. Citation of the qualities of the inspector; Examination of the managerial style of the inspector; Skills of the inspector. INSET: Up close and corporate: Redford epitomises work dilemmas..
- Business leaders should learn lesson from Rush Limbaugh's gaffe. Randall, Richard // Central Penn Business Journal;3/23/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p11
The author discusses various values that a business leader should possess in promoting a business environment where diverse groups can form effective teams.