The Credibility Gap Author:Charles D. Flory and R. Alec Mackenzie Here is a book that separates the leaders from the "bosses"—a collection of success-building management strategies that bring about increased togetherness between executives and the people they lead. — Emphasizing the fact that credibility depends much more upon relationships than on systems, the book brings you actual case studies and real-life ... more »illustrations of management-employee relationships—enables you to profit from the mistakes and experiences of others. You'll get first-hand observations of multiple and participative management—techniques used by companies which have successfully implemented Theory Y management—examples of "manipulative" as opposed to "motivational" management. But above all, you'll see innovative methods for more effective leadership—not those of a defensive leadership based on "cracking the whip," but sound managerial practices founded on confidence, mutuality and trust.
In short, here is a book for today's new breed of managers—those individuals who would utilize decision making and sharing of information in bridging the credibility gap between the leader and his subordinates.« less