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The New Art of Managing People, Updated and Revised

Person-to-Person Skills, Guidelines, and Techniques Every Manager Needs to Guide, Direct, and Motivate the Team


A fully revised and updated edition of The Art of Managing People, offering the latest wisdom on crucial guidelines and techniques for creating a positive work environment and increasing productivity and profitability.

From the award-winning authors of the bestselling management classic comes the revised and updated edition of The New Art of Managing People, featuring eight new chapters on important contemporary business issues such as ethics, diversity, managing conflict, and creating high-performing teams. When a manager establishes a friendly yet productive working atmosphere, the benefits to the entire organization are substantial. Here, Dr. Phillip L. Hunsaker and Tony Alessandra clearly provide practical and accessible strategies, guidelines, and techniques for managing the best team you could possible have.

Dr. Tony Alessandra helps companies build customers, relationships, and the bottom-line, and shows them how to achieve market dominance through specific strategies designed to outmarket, outsell, and outservice the competition. Dr. Alessandra is president of Online Assessments, ( a company that offers online assessments and tests; co-founder of, an online e-learning company; and Chairman of the Board of BrainX, a company that offers online digital accelerated-learning programs. He is a widely published author and was recognized by Meetings & Conventions Magazine as “one of America's most electrifying speakers,” Dr. Alessandra was inducted into the Speakers Hall of Fame in 1985—and is a member of the Speakers Roundtable, a group of 20 of the world's top professional speakers.

Dr. Phillip L. Hunsaker is a Professor of Management in the School of Business Administration at the University of San Diego. He is a seminar leader, speaker, author, teacher, and researcher in the areas of personal, interpersonal, team, and organizational effectiveness. He has consulted and provided training for a variety of organizations such as Coca-Cola, Qualcomm, Naval Civilian Personnel Command, San Diego County School System, Mead-Johnson, and Boston Scientific. Dr. Hunsaker has authored over a hundred articles in academic and professional journals, and eleven books including Teams; Training in Management Skills; You Can Make It Happen: A Guide to Personal and Organizational Change; and Communication at Work.

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