Charging back up the hill : Workplace recovery after mergers, acquisitions, and downsizings. (Book, 2003) [WorldCat.org]
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Charging back up the hill : Workplace recovery after mergers, acquisitions, and downsizings.

Author: Mitchell Lee Marks
Publisher: Chichester : John Wiley and Sons, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title shows team leaders, senior executives, human resource directors, and consultants how to get jaded employees back on track, carry them through transition and re-motivate them. The book provides advice on transition management, and discusses recovery after transition, approaching the new, and creating a context for recovery. In addition, it sets out how to revitalize throughout the organization: the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mitchell Lee Marks
ISBN: 0787964425 9780787964429
OCLC Number: 472806616
Description: 284 s
Contents: Part I The costly impact of transitions on organizations and their people: organizational MADness --
mergers, acquisitions and downsizings; unintended consequences of business transitions --
Part II Laying the groundwork for workplace recovery: understanding how people adapt to transitions; the opportunity and the challenge; individual adaptation to transition; the realities and requirements of workplace recovery. Part II The four elements of workplace recovery: empathy; engagement; energy; enforcement. Part III Solidifying the context for workplace recovery: leading and managing workplace recovery.

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Shows team leaders, senior executives, human resource directors, and consultants how to get jaded employees back on track, carry them through transition and re-motivate them. This book provides  Read more...

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