Author: Leo Farache
Lenguage: EspañolThe author of this book, meets in these pages many anecdotes and recommendations to the executives, now that the retention and attraction of talent is a must in business, do not fall into the temptation of committing any of these ten ' Fatal 'sins. "If a leader does not know or may decide it is better he goes home. So clear I say you." These words of a manager to his operating officer is part of one of the sixties and a real containing Leo Farache, author of The Ten deadly sins of the head. In this case, the 'history' is used to explain what they considered the first capital sin: "The boss has not decided, nor commanded." In this story the executive, responsible of a ten team people'command, which is responsible for a team of ten people broke into anger when his immediate supervisor was silent before any of its decisions shirking responsibilities with a "I hope that I say something, but you know that does not depend on me, etc. ". Farache has brought together in these pages a handful of anecdotes like this and recommendations for the heads, now that the retention and attraction of talent is a must in business, do not fall into the temptation of committing any of these ten 'fatal 'sins.