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CONFRONTING NONPROMOTABILITY Book

Lee A. Beckner | January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Reviews the book 'Confronting Nonpromotability: How to Manage a Stalled Career,' by Edward Roseman.

WHAT TO DO BEFORE & AFTER BUDGET CUTS

Eugene H. Fram | January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Offers advice on how to market training and development service. Emphasis on the customer's needs and wants; Use of marketing controllables; Improvement of marketing research skills.

MODELING TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO PERFORMANCE FEEDBACK AND APPRAISAL

James C. Robinson | January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the applicability of the PerforMax system to performance feedback and appraisal. Shortcomings of supervisory practices; Benefits of the system to supervisors; Subsystems of PerforMax.

WHICH WAY MANAGERDIRECTED OR PERSONCENTERED CAREER PATHING

Walter D. Storey | January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Offers advice on how to make and remake career plans and choices. Availability of career-pathing workshops or workbooks; Benefits of participating in career discussions; Balancing of needs, preferences and obligations.

INCREASING PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Richard D. Colvin | January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Advises foremen and first-line supervisors on how to increase their personal effectiveness. Benefits of testing their constraints; Implementation of action plans.

TRAIN PRESIDENTS TOO

Francis T. Murray | January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the reluctance of top executives to let others teach them the use of management principles that will make them more effective executives. Importance of learning by experience; Basis of one-on-one sessions between the consultant and the chief executive.

THE FIRST TWO MINUTES

Art Fettig | January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Advises keynote speakers on how to achieve warmth and acceptance from the audiences. Importance of responding to introduction with humor; Linking of humor in directly with the audience or the occasion.

JOHNSON CONTROLSTRAINING IS AN EVERYBODY WINS PROPOSITION

January 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the training program at Johnson Controls Inc. Basic courses on the fundamentals of controls and control systems; Offering of knowledge and understanding of different areas of specialization; Goal of sales seminars.

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