Inspiring Peak Performance

Qubein, Nido
March 2001
Executive Excellence;Mar2001, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p19
Provides techniques for inspiring peak performance among employees. Need to structure a beneficial incentive plan; Importance of constant public recognition in motivating people to improve performance; Promotion of people on the basis of abilities.


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