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What Managers Say, What Employees Hear : Connecting With Your Front Line (so They'll Connect With Customers) (2006)
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Call Number 658.45/WHAT

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Adult Nonfiction658.45/WHATAvailable
Published: Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, c2006
Description:  xvi, 175 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0275987035 (alk. paper), 9780275987039,
Language:  English


Introduction -- Big picture essentials -- Organizing the front line : turning decisions into actions / Paul Rogers and Jenny Davis-Peccoud -- How should the front line really treat your customers? / Paul F. Nunes and Woodruff W. Driggs -- What Charles taught me about trust at the front line / Robert M. Galford and Woodruff W. Driggs -- A mission for the front line / Edward E. Lawler III -- The case for the chief experience officer / Jeffrey F. Rayport -- Products, customers, and front-line employees / Jay W. Lorsch -- Riffs on the here and now -- "We're here to help" (or not) / Monica Higgins -- The seven deadly sins of corporate miscommunication / Sam I. Hill and Rachel E. Hill -- No time to be authentic? / Ton Plekkenpol -- Case-based insights -- Once upon a time at San Juan Regional Medical Center / Gary Adamson, B. Joseph Pine II, Tom Van Steenhoven, and Jodi Kroupa -- Strategy and style : Len Roberts at RadioShack / V. Kasturi Rangan and Marie Bell -- Connecting with employees through front-line leadership : lessons from Southwest Airlines / Jody Hoffer Gittell -- History tells us-- -- Great leaders create environments that unlock potential and lift the human spirit / Michael Lee Stallard, Carolyn Dewing-Hommes, and Jason Pankau

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