Hug Your People: The Proven Way To Hire, Inspire And Recognize Your Team And Achieve Remarkable Results Paperback – 26 Mar 2009
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"Totally inspiring...This book will help you become a better leader and make you a better person..." (Howard Behar, author and director of Starbucks)
"If you want to run a business, but hate corporate culture, this book is the one to read. Here's somebody whose advice you can use." (Paul Newman, actor and businessman)
"How simple ideas, put into practice, will let your employees know how much you value them." (Ken Blanchard, coauthor, The One Minute Manager)
"Jack Mitchell is the grand master at motivating and inspiring employees to perform brilliantly" (Richard J. Harrington, President and CEO, The Thomson Corporation)
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Useful tips on managing people
on 17 October 2016 - Published on Amazon.es
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Although written a few years ago, it is surprising how the same old tips continue to work in today's business environments. Worth reading!