Organizational Behavior: Developing Skills for Managers, 1st edition
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For courses in organizational behavior.
Solid organizational behavior knowledge students can translate into career-relevant skills
Grounded in research, Revel™ Organizational Behavior: Developing Skills for Managers, 1st Edition teaches students how to succeed in today’s ever-changing business environment. The text uses a theme of change management in its coverage of classic and contemporary organizational behavior concepts and then links them with associated skills.
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Table of contents
PART 1: INTRODUCTION
1. Identifying OB Skills for Managers
PART 2: WHO ARE YOU? - INCREASING YOUR SELF-AWARENESS
2. Perceiving Information and Making Better Decisions
3. Recognizing Personality Distinctions
4. Identifying Your Individual, Group, and Cultural Values
PART 3: HOW DO YOU WORK? - DEVELOPING YOUR SELF-MANAGEMENT
5. Navigating Your Job Attitudes, Behaviors, and Ethics
6. Advancing in Your Job and Career
7. Managing Your Stress and Time
PART 4: HOW DO YOU WORK WITH OTHERS? - UNDERSTANDING OTHER PEOPLE
8. Developing Communication Skills
9. Developing Team Skills
10. Motivating Others
PART 5: HOW DO YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT? - MANAGING OTHERS
11. Developing Leadership Skills
12. Developing Power and Influence Skills
13. Developing Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills
14. Developing Change Management Skills
Published by Pearson (November 1st 2020) - Copyright © 2021