Human Performance Management
The book

"Supportive Leadership - The New Role of Executives in the 21st Century"

Leadership in the 21st Century needs a paradigm change!

Organizations will only distinguish themselves - from others on the market - by high level of values and self-responsibility, (mental) fitness and a faster learning, innovating and realizing capacity. Therefore leadership reaches a new dimension once it ceases to lay down rules, to be restrictive and controlling, but instead starts to offer initiatives and support according to the respective situation, to offer scope of action and encourage environment visions. Constant learning from (project) tasks will become everybody's goal - as well as - constantly learning from errors.

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This Book was quoted from the University of St. Gallen/Swiss as the best leadership book which was published over the last years.

The book

Human Performance Management
How you can lead employees to create value.

The learner organisation - Volume 18
217 pages with 45 pictures and 10 presentations, bound copy

The textbook was published by Rosenberger Fachverlag, Leonberg.
It can be ordered on CD for a fee of 10,- € + MwSt
through direct contact with the Autor.

The target goup:
The target audience is managers and personnel developers that want to invest
in the holistic skills and knowledge enhancement of the employees of their companies.

Short text: Qualified and motivated employees ensure for your company the decisive
competitive advantage, in order to survive in the international market. The personnel
manager Günther H. Schust imparts in eight chapters comprehensive knowledge about
sustainable management and employee skills that are orientated towards creating value.
He illustrates which requirements tomorrows "Leader" must meet, in order to be able
to develop employee's achievement potential. Social, emotional and personality skills
rather than specialist skills are the decisive factors that must be constantly developed
through qualification programmes. In the main body of the book the author
discusses the following questions:

  • How can new employees be recruited and integrated into the company?

  • How can we make employees / Leaders be committed to challenging goals?

  • With which methods can the creative achievement potential of each
    employee be analysed and developed?

  • The author introduces to managers a number of instruments: e.g. the potential-audit, the performance-assessment, the 360°-feedback and the EKF®-System.

    Checklists and presentations make the practical transfer easier. G.H. Schust investigates new forms of continuing education and coaching contributing to an increase in value creation. He puts forward a convincing example of a modular incentive and bonus system that was co-developed by him that is better than the old system used to increase employee motivation and willingness to work. Basic principles and an index allow readers to work through the book quickly. The Contents offer motivation for consolidation.

    The contents offer motivation for consolidation.

    Human Performance Management