Build Your Dream Team
About The Authors
Philippe Fallas originally studied Electrical Engineering and has a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Brussels, and works as an executive in the banking industry. He is passionate about teaching team management and how good management can increase productivity.
Marie Nothomb graduated in Criminology at the Université de Louvain. She is employed in the financial sector, and her work has evolved from transaction processing and technical business re-engineering to a more people-focused approach where the person, the working environment, and team interactions are key.
Emma Angulin is from Dublin and holds a BA (Hons.) in European Business from Dublin City University, and also a degree in Management from ESC Rheims. She is a senior business analyst in the financial services sector and a counsellor to junior colleagues. Their joint collaboration has produced an outstanding all-round practical guide for ambitious executives employed in all spheres of business.
About The Book
Build Your Dream Team puts in perspective the progress made over the last 20 years in management. It presents in a simple and pragmatic way the key elements of powerful management:-
- Management by vision, example and values
- The reinforcement of Emotional Intelligence
- The use of key skills
- The development of empowerment and accountability for a real client orientation
- The benefits of transparency in communication and fairness in the processes.
Successive waves of innovation in management theory have claimed to revolutionise the subject. However we should look at all these waves together. This is what achieves the tide of change.
For many years modern management has been known as ‘Humanist Management’. ‘Humanist management’ is management focused on people, emotions, development, freedom, initiative and innovation.
With every page of this book you, too, will discover the secrets of putting ‘Humanist Management in Practice’ and make sure your team rides high on the wave of success.