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As
a manager, one of your most important responsibilities is to motivate your employees
to do their absolute best. Managers who create positive, rewarding, high-energy
environments reduce absenteeism and turnover while dramatically increasing
productivity and quality.


In Motivation,
success expert Brian Tracy draws on his decades of experience bringing out the
best in others to provide 21 of the fastest, most powerful methods ever
discovered for increasing the effectiveness of any individual or group. <!--EndFragment-->
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ISBN: 9781469027289
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