Interpersonal Relations and Competence

Kumar, K. S. Kripa; Sonny, V. A.
July 2009
SCMS Journal of Indian Management;Jul2009, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p104
Academic Journal
The art of Managing People productively and effectively is perhaps the most challenging task facing today's managers. The problem facing today's managers is not lack of experience, energy, intelligence or dedication but neglect of building and maintaining productive relationships with employees and subordinates. Tourism has been identified as the topmost labour intensive activity in the service sector. Though tourism industry is experiencing a spurting growth and a plethora of studies are available on the various aspects of tourism, Interpersonal relations are still an unexplored area of academic research.


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