Laws Of Communication: The Intersection Where Leadership Meets Employee Performance

Laws Of Communication: The Intersection Where Leadership Meets Employee Performance

Laws of Communication: The Intersection Where Leadership Meets Employee Performance

The influence that workplace supervisors have on their workers is widely-recognized. In assessing organizational communication traits, Laws of Communication presents the governing rules of the complex relationship between a leader, employee, and organizational performance. With a stoplight as his model, Dr. Schuttler clearly outlines how the colors red, yellow, and green explain types of leadership and employee performance quality zones. Contributions by twenty-one supplemental authors from a broad range of countries, industries, and businesses make Laws of Communication an easy, unique, and beneficial guide for front-line workers, mid-level supervisors, and senior leaders alike.

About the Author
Dr. Richard Schuttler is an international public speaker, educator, and author. He has 20 years of diversified, domestic and international management and leadership improvement expertise within academia, federal/state governments, and Fortune 1000 environments developing strategies and implementation methods. He has mentored executives, faculty, and students from around the world in a variety of professional leadership and management settings.
He is the owner of Organizational Troubleshooter, LLC (www.orgtroubleshooter.org). Dr. Schuttler served as Dean at the University of Phoenix (Business Week’s 2004 #3 Hot Growing Companies) where he was responsible for the Doctor of...

Related Books