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The Manager As Trainer, Coach And Leader (New Roles for Managers Ser.;Pt.III)

Jerome M. Rosow

The Manager As Trainer, Coach And Leader (New Roles for Managers Ser.;Pt.III)

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Published by WORK IN AMERICA .
Written in English

  • Business/Economics

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    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11302966M
    ISBN 100893610453
    ISBN 109780893610456

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