Do you want to learn how to successfully manage people? Are you interested in maximizing the resources of your staff? Would you like to learn proven philosophies and techniques of Human Resource management to achieve this? Managing People introduces a philosophy and strategy of human resource management called People Dynamics Management. With People Dynamics Management, the foundation of HR is based on valuing people as your best resource. The audiobook begins with an in-depth look to learning this philosophy and principle. Then, you'll learn how to apply this to the various parts of HR, from how to orient new people with the company, define your company's culture, train new employees, develop and challenge employees and more. By working with your employees to help them grow and develop, you will also be helping your own company.
Here is a list of the chapter titles included inside:
Part 1: Managing People
Part 2: Strategic Role of PD Management
Part 3: Organizational Behavior
Part 4: Organization Reviews, Design, and Mission
Part 5: People Resourcing
Part 6: Job Evaluation - Performance Management
Part 7: Human Resource Development
Part 8: Employee Relations
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Good title, light on substance
Maybe, maybe not. I would have to look at other reviews and a description of the content.
Had I looked at a written version of this text, I could have thumbed through the pages before spending my money. This is a very "touchy feely" content.
Disappointment. I expected a little higher level material. Maybe the authors, thought by dumbing down the content, people would digest it better. Or, perhaps the target audience was someone that had NO management skill. If you have had any management training, then move to another text. The ideas and principles here are good. The delivery is very basic.