Be sure you’re not using motivational tactics that could upset and demotivate people instead of bolstering them. Leaders should help their staff members become better employees and better people, not berate and threaten them. You can enhance your ability to bring about change in others by acknowledging and encouraging them instead of criticizing them. Tim Irwin's compassionate, wise manual explains how to head employees and yourself in a positive direction. His guidance will be useful to senior executives and anyone in a position to affirm other people.His clarity makes his insights eminently readable. getAbstract recommends his guidance to senior executives and anyone in a position to affirm and motivate other people.
About the Author
Tim Irwin is a licensed psychologist and a University of Georgia psychology professor. A frequent speaker, he has served on the management team of a Fortune 500 company and has consulted with large corporations worldwide for more than 25 years.
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