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Essential Book For Businesses

Essential Book For Businesses

Over the years we've seen too many well-intentioned leaders and managers attempt and fail to implement values into their workplace.

Don't repeat their mistakes. Understand values and their impact on people, performance and profit — because make no mistake — identifying company values can make a positive difference to your business performance. Values at Work (2003) showed how to develop a values-based organisation. With another three years' experience consulting with leading corporate clients, Michael Henderson, Shar Henderson and Dougal Thompson now take you to the next level, offering managers and organisations a practical programme to implement values-based leadership in three significant ways:

• Support your organisation to become a leader in its chosen market.

• Link company culture to the business strategy more effectively.

• Understand and be aware of the values framework underlining and guiding specific leadership styles.

Values AT Work are corporate anthropologists and their clients include Vodafone New Zealand, Tip Top, Canon, Burger King Australia and New Zealand, Outward Bound, Lion Nathan, Yellow Pages, ACC and Christchurch City Council. Values AT Work processes are taught at Auckland and Massey University Business courses.

Release Date 13 February 2006

Recommended Retail Price $35.00

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