Corporate MVPs

Book Name : Corporate MVPs_x000D_
Managing Your Company's Most Valuable Performers

By by Margaret Butteriss, Bill Roiter

Sub Title : Managing Your Company's Most Valuable Performers

Written by : by Margaret Butteriss, Bill Roiter

Subject Category : Academic Business

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Corporate MVPs create extraordinary value for the organization by consistently exceeding expectations. MVPs produce tangible and dramatic business results; they improve the people they work with and the organization in which they work. In fact, the future of your business depends on this 5 to 10 percent of its very best people. But far too often, MVPs are lost because of management missteps, or even by no management at all. Based on in-depth interviews with senior executives and business owners, HR professionals and executive recruitment firms, and with MVPs themselves, Corporate MVPs explores what makes these talented individuals tick, how to develop and cultivate them, what it takes for someone to become an MVP, and the important role of HR in managing this key talent. Wiley; January 2009 ISBN 9780470158876 Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format Title: Corporate MVPs Author: Margaret Butteriss; Bill Roiter Imprint: Wiley Subject categories Academic Business > Accounting Business and Commerce > Business Economics > Commerce Business > Entrepreneurship Business > Human Resources & Personnel Management Business > Leadership Business > Management Professions and Applied Sciences Social Sciences ISBNs 0470158875 9780470833537 9780470158876 9780470739136 About The Author Margaret Butteriss is a highly accomplished organizational effectiveness, leadership development and human resources professional. She has consulted to leading companies in many industries in the US, Canada, and the UK, both internally as a member of the senior management team, and externally as an independent consultant. She has held senior HR and management positions at Shell International in London, England, Shell Canada, Ontario Hydro, and Fidelity Investments. She is a Principal of The Convergence Group LLC, consulting and providing executive coaching to senior leaders in the Boston area. She is the author of Re-Inventing HR: Changing Roles to Create the High Performance Organization (Wiley) and Help Wanted: The Complete Guide to Human Resources for Canadian Entrepreneurs (Wiley). William Roiter, Ed.D., is a Founder and Managing Partner of Executive Performance Group (EPG). He is a psychologist and businessperson who has been consulting to businesses since 1978. He has provided individual consultation to many senior executives and has assisted organizations as they have implemented both planned and sudden changes. His own management experience includes ten years as a managing partner of a professional service firm, three years as Vice President of a publicly-traded company, and three years as Senior VP of a high-technology company. Bill returned to consultation and coaching in 1996. He provides coaching to senior executives at many Fortune 500 companies, as well as to several start-up and small high-growth companies, and venture capital firms. Bill’s professional training includes a doctoral degree from Boston University and extended post-doctoral training and teaching at Harvard University. He has published two successful multi-media training programs through the Bureau of National Affairs.

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William Roiter, Ed.D., is a Founder and Managing Partner of Executive Performance Group (EPG). He is a psychologist and businessperson who has been consulting to businesses since 1978. He has provided individual consultation to many senior executives and has assisted organizations as they have implemented both planned and sudden changes. His own management experience includes ten years as a managing partner of a professional service firm, three years as Vice President of a publicly-traded company, and three years as Senior VP of a high-technology company. Bill returned to consultation and coaching in 1996. He provides coaching to senior executives at many Fortune 500 companies, as well as to several start-up and small high-growth companies, and venture capital firms. Bill’s professional training includes a doctoral degree from Boston University and extended post-doctoral training and teaching at Harvard University. He has published two successful multi-media training programs through the Bureau of National Affairs.

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Academic Business - Accounting Business and Commerce - Business Economics - Commerce Business - Entrepreneurship Business - Human Resources & Personnel Management Business - Leadership Business - Management Professions and Applied Sciences Social Sciences

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0470158875 - 9780470833537 - 9780470158876 - 9780470739136

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Margaret Butteriss is a highly accomplished organizational effectiveness, leadership development and human resources professional. She has consulted to leading companies in many industries in the US, Canada, and the UK, both internally as a member of the senior management team, and externally as an independent consultant. She has held senior HR and management positions at Shell International in London, England, Shell Canada, Ontario Hydro, and Fidelity Investments. She is a Principal of The Convergence Group LLC, consulting and providing executive coaching to senior leaders in the Boston area. She is the author of Re-Inventing HR: Changing Roles to Create the High Performance Organization (Wiley) and Help Wanted: The Complete Guide to Human Resources for Canadian Entrepreneurs (Wiley).

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Wiley