Be in Charge: How to Stay on Top
by Alexander R. Margulis
Publisher: University of Michigan Library 2009
Number of pages: 132
This book is designed to provide some guidance through the thicket of problems encountered in handling people. While ways to successfully deal with situations in business and academia are often similar, the differences are most important, and with help I have tried to address them. There are many styles of leadership, but the truly successful chiefs work to gain respect, loyalty, and unstinted support from their associates and subordinates.
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