Tim Baker publishing with Palgrave Macmillan
Palgrave Macmillan is proud to have published the below books by Tim Baker, representing a wealth of knowledge and guidance on management, human resources, communication, leadership, and strategy. Two of which feature as part of the Palgrave Pocket Consultant series.
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Organizations are about conversations. For any organization to achieve its goals, people need to interact and those interactions require dialogue and conversation. Yet, thanks to technology, we seem to be having fewer genuine conversations. This book seeks to change this, through 'how to skills' and wider cultural change advice.
Without influence, managers are ineffective. In today's workplace, managers need to influence up, down and increasingly, sideways as organizations become less hierarchical. This book is expertly designed to diagnose and develop managerial influence, focusing on four key strategies: investigating, calculating, motivating and collaborating.
'Tim Baker's insights in Attracting and Retaining Talent offer new ways of thinking about how employees relate to their organization. The ideas are fresh and forward thinking. The cases and tools are pragmatic and practical. This is an excellent book on how the organization of the future will match future employee expectations.' - Professor Dave Ulrich, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan;Partner, the RBL Group
Many companies are striving to adopt an 'employer of choice' strategy in an attempt to attract and retain quality staff, although few do this well. This book offers a practical roadmap for developing a more productive workplace culture; one that reflects the changing needs of the modern employee and the progressive organisation.
'I believe this book will revolutionize the way we appraise performance in the modern workplace.' - Brent D. Peterson, Ph.D., co-author of Fake Work: Why People are Working Harder Than Ever but Accomplishing Less, and How to Fix the Problem
A thoroughly tested, distinctive alternative to the appraisal process that draws on well-established principles of organizational behavior. Based around Tim Baker's Five Conversations Framework, and with a timely focus on fostering innovation, this book is practical and easy to use – featuring case studies, interviews and useful templates.