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Discusses recent developments in employee assistance programmes, which have led to their being both proactive and reactive. Since the US Department of Labor decided that programmes should begin with education and prevention, the use of computer‐assisted instruction (CAIs) programmes has...
States that the key to an organization’s success lies in the talent of its people. To survive, companies must seek out and develop employees with potential to be tomorrow’s leaders. Lists the various skills necessary for individuals to fill leadership, and stresses the importance of one‐to‐one...
Investigates what lies behind the cliché that “managers learn from experience”. Reviews a project undertaken with 21 directors in 15 organizations in the UK, who were interviewed over a period of three months about their experiences at work and what they had learned from them. Shows the...
Discusses the importance of feedback to employees and how they can instigate the process. Provides details of a procedure for obtaining feedback from a reluctant boss, and supplies examples of dialogue to initiate conversations.
Describes how in recent years a greater priority has been given to improving health in the workplace and throughout the workforce. The increased awareness of and investment in employee wellbeing in commercial organizations, however, has not extended to UK higher education. When viewed in the...
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