*** FREE DELIVERY ON ALL UK ORDERS ***
Leading, managing and developing people

Leading, managing and developing people


by Gary Rees and Ray French
15th April, 2016

£47.99 £47.99 Save 0% | Paperback


Qty

Leading, Managing and Developing People is critical reading for all those studying the CIPD Level 7 Advanced module in Leading, Managing and Developing People as well as all HR and L&D practitioners. It provides extensive coverage of the aims, objectives and contribution of HRM such as the scope and nature of human resources, HR's role when organisations grow and how to ensure professionalism and ethical behaviour when managing people. This book also includes discussion of major contemporary themes in leading, managing and developing people including leadership development, flexibility, agile working and the psychological contract. This ensures that readers are fully prepared to lead, manage and develop staff in the new world of work.

With rigorous academic underpinning and clear theoretical exploration, Leading, Managing and Developing People also includes practical advice on key activities including recruitment, job design, performance management, motivation and reward. Supported by online resources including an instructor's manual, lecture slides, international case studies, example essay questions and annotated web links, this is an indispensable guide for both students and practitioners.

Gary Rees is Head of the Organization Studies and Human Resource Management at Portsmouth Business School, UK

Ray French was previously Principal Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour at Portsmouth Business School, UK

Details & Specs

Author: Gary Rees Ray French


Publisher: KoganPage


Format: Paperback


ISBN: 9781843984122


Publication Date: 15th April, 2016


Pages: 356


Dimensions: 245 x 190 x 20 mm


Notes: illustrations (black and white)


Availability: Available, usually dispatched within 3 days


Customer Reviews

There are currently no reviews for this book. Be the first to review by clicking below!


Review this book...

Related Books:


x
This website uses cookies. More info. Okay