Managing and Leading People (Paperback)
  • Managing and Leading People (Paperback)

Managing and Leading People (Paperback)

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Paperback 224 Pages / Published: 30/03/2009
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This in depth yet concise text has been designed specifically to cater for the CIPD module in Managing and Leading People and as such is closely aligned to the Standards. Students on similar modules with appropriate content such as People and Organisations, on wider business degrees, will also find the book extremely useful.

Building on the success of the first edition, this revised and updated edition adopts a more international perspective and includes brand new material, including more on organisational behaviour. Other hot topics covered include managing and leading people in a strategic context, ethics and diversity, the psychological contract, motivation and reward, recruitment and selection and developing for the future. The text includes a range of learning features to encourage students to be more critical, such as case studies, real-world examples and discussion questions.

Publisher: Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development
ISBN: 9781843982173
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 1 g
Dimensions: 97 x 70 x 6 mm
Edition: 2nd edition

"I am really excited about this book. I love the case study approach that brings the theoretical issues to life. Even I with some years of academia under my belt still enjoy a book that delivers the goods in a reader-friendly way" * Ann Pendleton, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for MA HRM and MBA, Bolton Business School, UK *
"It is pleading to reader, challenging in its style and can actually make studying for a qualification enjoyable. I think this is very important bearing in mind how many students are working, studying part time and need to find the motivation to open a book at the end of a long day at work. They have to want to read it and for this it has to be stimulating - this book hits that spot" * Sue Shortland, Principal Lecturer in HRM, London Metropolitan Business School *

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