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Argues that leadership is the main factor in enhancing human performance and is the all‐important key to unlocking the latent potential of individuals, both in business and in sport.
Part I showed how the “drugs at work” problem may be recognized, understood and prevented. It also put drugs testing and screening into perspective, identified the range of remedial actions which will provide a solution, and showed – as a first main step – how further escalation of the problem...
The counsellor‐manager needs searching insights into the inner workings and hidden systems of the organization. Focuses on nine such areas of organizational concern, namely: partnerships; inverted authority; gatekeepers; marginality; isolation; insulation; interdepartmental and individual...
People are a company′s most valuable resource. Protection of this investment is, therefore, very important. In today′s business world, never before has so much attention been paid to the health and safety of people at work. Explains the part played in this by occupational health management....
Questions why an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) professional concerned with applied aspects of workplace intervention should be interested in the findings of basic research concerning non‐work matters. Suggests that this thought may keep some EAP professionals from paying attention to...
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