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A Management Guide to Creating High Performance EmployeesEDITED BY JOSEPH MOLINA
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A Management Guide to Creating High Performance Employees

(First Edition)
Edited by Joseph Molina

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60927-740-6, 66 pages

©2011

Description
Understanding how best to manage employees requires effective communication, active listening, and a systematic approach to building individual relationships. A Management Guide to Creating High Performance Employees is designed to give managers the tools they need to lead effectively. Focusing on motivation and communication, the foundations of Management, the book guides managers through the difficult process of motivating employees in order to help them realize their full potential. A Management Guide to Creating High Performance Employees is an essential resource for any manager interested in creating a positive work environment and bolstering employee productivity.

The chapters in A Management Guide to Creating High Performance Employees address a wide variety of relevant, high-interest topics including:

  • Creating High Performance Employees
  • Leadership Styles and Types
  • Communication and Active Listening
  • Motivation
  • Conflict and Counseling Sessions
  • Task Assignment

Biography
Joseph Molina is a Business Consultant with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in San Diego, California and an advocate for local business owners who want to start or grow their business. He has provided training to Municipalities and Large Organizations to help them understand how to motivate and identify High Performance Employees. Mr. Molina has held faculty and administrative a positions at Park University, San Diego Metro College Online, California State University, San Marcos - Extended Learning, and MiraCosta College. He teaches courses on Organizational Behavior, Management, Retail and various Business Entrepreneurship courses.