The Accidental Manager: Get the Skills You Need to Excel in Your New Career by Gary S. Topchik

The Accidental Manager: Get the Skills You Need to Excel in Your New Career by Gary S. Topchik
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The Accidental Manager:

Get the Skills You Need to Excel in Your New Career

by Gary S. Topchik

Publisher: AMACOM; 1 edition (August 29, 2003)



Review

" [the book]gives managers the skills they need to shine in their new - and unexpected -positions." -- Clinical Leadership & Management Review

"Topchik's book is great for dealing with accidental promotions or learning to manage an office Dogbert." -- BookPage Product Description Every day, people are promoted into the ranks of management . . . even if they never intended to become managers. They agree to their new responsibilities either to stay employed or to make more money. It is a universal phenomenon. But for these "accidental managers," it makes more sense to manage well than to manage badly, and this book tells them how. Using examples and real-life case studies, The Accidental Manager gives readers the tools they need to make the most of their situation, showing them how to:

* Develop their people by having them work on their own and with others

* Actively listen in order to build trust and increase communication

* Give positive and constructive feedback to keep employees on track

* Motivate by providing the best possible environment for each team member



The book reveals the ten worst types of managers (and how to avoid being one of them), and features a special Management Assessment tool. The Accidental Manager gives managers the skills they need to shine in their new -- accidental -- positions.