Performance Management for the Modern Leader

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Series
: Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship
BISAC: BUS030000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/CQZB5562

This book by Cam Caldwell and Verl Anderson addresses the importance of employee engagement – the degree to which employees feel connected to their organizations, dedicated to its purposes, and able to utilize their talents to help organizations to succeed.  The alarming findings of leadership research confirm that more employees currently feel negatively engaged than fully positively engaged in their relationships with leaders, managers, and supervisors.

In addition to identifying the nature of engagement, we have explained why those who lead organizations are so often ineffective – and we offer suggestions throughout this book to help leaders, managers, supervisors, and those who work in Human Resource Management to create organizational relationships that build employee trust, commitment, and ownership.  While reading this book, the reader will find well-documented information incorporating the findings of management experts, practitioners, and consultants – but also new ideas that we have refined from our past research about human relationships and leadership effectiveness.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Performance Management in a VUCA World – Introduction and Overview

Chapter 2. Managing Oneself—Keys to Personal Improvement

Chapter 3. Personal Improvement from the Inside-Out

Chapter 4. Self-Management and Personal Performance

Chapter 5. Coaching for Improved Performance

Chapter 6. Performance Management and Great Results

Chapter 7. Permanence Budgeting as Performance Management

Chapter 8. Positive Leadership and Performance Management

Chapter 9. The “Measurement Problem” and its Common Causes

Chapter 10. Social Responsibility and Performance Management

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