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The Relational Manager

Michael SchulterDavid John Lee
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The Relational Manager
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The Relational Manager

Michael SchulterDavid John Lee

Do you think relationally?

^^Relationships that work lie at the heart of every successful organisation - on a strategic level, a cultural level, an operational level and a personal level.

^^ ^^Distilling 20 years of experience and research, The Relational Manager is packed with telling case histories, practical examples and clear guidance. Authors Schluter and Lee demonstrate conclusively how managers at any level in any organisation can make a real difference to performance by^thinking relationally.

Focused primarily on the workplace, the book also offers insights into the work-life balance and relationships with friends and family.^
-Publisher.

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About "The Relational Manager"

Do you think relationally?

^^Relationships that work lie at the heart of every successful organisation - on a strategic level, a cultural level, an operational level and a personal level.

^^ ^^Distilling 20 years of experience and research, The Relational Manager is packed with telling case histories, practical examples and clear guidance. Authors Schluter and Lee demonstrate conclusively how managers at any level in any organisation can make a real difference to performance by^thinking relationally.

Focused primarily on the workplace, the book also offers insights into the work-life balance and relationships with friends and family.^
-Publisher.


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Do you think relationally? Relationships that work lie at the heart of every successful organisation. Systems, processes, culture: none of these is more important than good relationships in fulfilling a company's or an organisation's goals. And relationships are not unchangeable: they can be improved. Distilling twenty years of experience and research, Michael Schluter and David John Lee show that relational thinking works ? for managers and executives in every sector. Packed with telling case histories, practical examples and clear guidance, their straightforward approach shows how managers at any level in any organization can make a real difference to performance by thinking relationally.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Michael Schulter

Dr Michael Schluter CBE is Chairman, Relationships Foundation International. He trained as an economist before working as a consultant with the International Food Policy Research Institute and the World Bank in East Africa.

He is now a leading campaigner and social reformer. In 1982 he established the Jubilee Centre, a Christian think tank focusing on social and economic issues. He also launched the Keep Sunday Special campaign against the deregulation of Sunday trading in 1985, causing Margaret Thatchers only defeat in Parliament.

In 1994, Michael launched Relationships Foundation, and through this has been instrumental in setting up Citylife and the charities Equity for Africa and Concordis International.

He is co-author of The R Factor and The R Option and has contributed to a number of other books looking at social issues from a relational perspective.

In February 2009 Michael was appointed Commander of the British Empire for his charitable efforts. He is also an accomplished speaker who has addressed audiences all over the world.

David John Lee

David John Lee studied at Oxford and is the author of a number of books. He now works in media and leadership training.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 336427
  • Product Code 9780745959153
  • ISBN 0745959156
  • EAN 9780745959153
  • Department Academic
  • Category Leadership
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Lion Hudson Publishing
  • Publication Date Jul 2011
  • Sales Rank #50906
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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