In this new collection of articles on managing and being managed, Adrian Furnham, author of Bad Apples, offers an engaging and witty look into the world of being an engaging manager. Based on strong research this book offers a substantial introduction to the joy of management.
ADRIAN FURNHAM is Professor of Psychology at University College, London, UK. He is also an Adjunct Professor at BI: the Norwegian School of Management. He is on the editorial board of a number of journals, has received many awards, and has been recognized for the past 20 years as the most productive European psychologist. He is the author of over 1,000 journal articles and more than 70 books, including successful, popular management books. He acts as a consultant to a number of bodies including HM Government, Emirates Airways, major banks and also a number of multinational corporations. He writes a regular column in The Sunday Times and is a frequent contributor to BBC radio and television. He confesses to being a well-adjusted workaholic who cycles to work and does not have a mobile phone.
A Good Send-Off A Victim of Downsizing A Work Prenup Acting the Part Action and Reaction Alumni Activities Assessing Management Potential Boss Intolerance Capacity and Performance Change Computer Pains Cupid among the Cubicles Don't Feed the Trolls Double De-Motivation Early Adaptors Entrepreneurial Managers Expatocracy Fashion Victims Female Negotiators Gendered Working in Job Ads Green Work Place Hourly Payments How to Get a Job Hypocrisy at work I'm OK Journeys To Work Leap Year Antics Motivating Your Staff Mystery Shoppers Negotiation Skills Off Duty Passive Aggressiveness Pathetic Prizes Pay at Work Real Merit Pay Relationship Building Religion at Work Retail Detail Rigour vs. Relevance Safety at Work Sconsable Offences Self-Awareness Serious Assessment Sex at Work Silocitus Smells At Work Splitting at Work Staff Surveys Survey Results Switching Off After Work The Dark Side of Happiness The Importance of Conscientiousness The Marshmallow Test The Personality of Referees The Power of Priming The Undeserving Rich They F**k You Up, Your Supervisor and Boss Truth in Interviews Under and Over Staffed Why Go to University? Why Change Programmes Don't Work Willpower Work and Longevity Workaholism You're So Vain