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High Maintenance Employees.

High Maintenance Employees

Katherine Graham Leviss

Sourcebooks, Inc.

PO Box 4410, Naperville, IL 60567-4410

Jane Wesman Public Relations (publicity)

322 Eighth Avenue, Suite 1702, New York, NY 10001

1402206232 $18.95 www.sourcebooks.com

High Maintenance Employees: Why Your Best People Will Also Be Your Most Difficult? And What You Can Do About It by Katherine Graham Leviss (Founder and President of XB Coaching) is an informed and thoroughly "user-friendly" guide to being an effective employer and able to properly identifying the greatest employee potential and how best to utilize it in your staffing. Focusing upon properly and effectively maintaining their best employees by identifying and appreciating high-maintenance high performers, understanding their behavior, creating the best work environment, rewarding and leading high-maintenance high performers, and integrating them into teams, High Maintenance Employees is very strongly recommended reading for business executives and managers as an instructive reference for obtaining the most productive and progressive workplace possible.
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Title Annotation:High Maintenance Employees: Why Your Best People Will Also Be Your Most Difficult? and What You Can Do About It
Author:Vogel, Paul T.
Publication:MBR Bookwatch
Article Type:Book review
Date:Apr 1, 2006
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