Human Relations Ch 15: Setting Goals: Steps To Success Additional Readings



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Human Relations Ch 15: Setting Goals: Steps To Success

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Allen, David. (2001). Getting Things Done—The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. New York: Penguin Books.
The author provides a one-page flowchart, detailed information, and a Two-Minute Rule for becoming more organized and productive, thus enriching Chapter 12 of Human Relations, which deals with goal setting and accomplishment.
Canfield, Jack, Mark Victor Hansen, and Les Hewitt. (2000). The Power of Focus: How to Hit Your Business, Personal and Financial Targets with Absolute Certainty. Florida: Health Communications, Inc.
These authors of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series share their approaches to productivity, recommending that we concentrate on our strengths, set goals, and focus on them.
Coombes, Frances. (2008). Teach Yourself Self-Motivation. Ohio: Teach Yourself, McGraw- Hill.
This is a helpful addition to the goal-setting chapter in Human Relations as it describes tools for setting and achieving goals and discusses tips for defining goals, boosting creativity, and sharpening motivation.
Covey, Stephen R. (1989). The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. New York: Fireside.
This classic best-selling how-to book presents a straightforward framework for achieving personal effectiveness.
Goleman, Daniel. (2006). Emotional Intelligence: 10th Anniversary Edition. New York: Bantam.
Chapter 15 and other chapters within Human Relations address some of concepts of emotional intelligence. This book provides clarification of some misunderstandings of Goleman’s earlier ideas and further insight into the importance of emotional intelligence in achieving goals.
Goleman, Daniel. (1998). Working with Emotional Intelligence. New York: Bantam.
This book augments and supports recommendations in this chapter by providing extensive discussion by Goleman of important skills needed for career success. It applies concepts in Emotional Intelligence to the workplace. Particularly relevant to readers of Chapter 15 is discussion of self-mastery (self-assessment, self-control, initiative, and optimism).
Liker, Jeffrey K. (2004). Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles for the World’s Greatest Manufacturer. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Augmenting Chapter 15 concepts of setting goals, this book explains the principles and philosophy used by Toyota to help it achieve its reputation for quality and reliability. Particularly helpful are sections dealing with eliminating waste and resources and turning all employees into quality control inspectors.
McGraw, Phillip C., Ph.D. (2000). The Life Strategies Workbook.

New York: Hyperion.


This book provides helpful exercises, questionnaires, and self-tests to help readers confront their effectiveness problems, identify causes, and address solutions. Particularly relevant to students of Human Relations and goal setting are sections on facing the truth about yourself, identifying what needs to change, and talking to yourself.
Tracy, Brian. (2003). Change Your Thinking Change Your Life: How to Unlock Your Full Potential for Success and Achievement. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
This book augments Chapter 15 by providing a step-by-step system to transform your thinking about yourself and your potential and showing you how to delve into your inner resources to identify realistic goals and develop plans for achieving them.
Tracy, Brian. (2003). Goals! How to Get Everything You Want – Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.
This book provides a series of practical strategies for setting and achieving goals. It explains how to set goals and organize your life for their achievement.

Allen, David. (2001). Getting Things Done—The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. New York: Penguin Books.


The author provides a one-page flowchart, detailed information, and a Two-Minute Rule for becoming more organized and productive, thus enriching Chapter 12 of Human Relations, which deals with goal setting and accomplishment.
Canfield, Jack, Mark Victor Hansen, and Les Hewitt. (2000). The Power of Focus: How to Hit Your Business, Personal and Financial Targets with Absolute Certainty. Florida: Health Communications, Inc.
These authors of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series share their approaches to productivity, recommending that we concentrate on our strengths, set goals, and focus on them.
Coombes, Frances. (2008). Teach Yourself Self-Motivation. Ohio: Teach Yourself, McGraw- Hill.
This is a helpful addition to the goal-setting chapter in Human Relations as it describes tools for setting and achieving goals and discusses tips for defining goals, boosting creativity, and sharpening motivation.
Covey, Stephen R. (1989). The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. New York: Fireside.
This classic best-selling how-to book presents a straightforward framework for achieving personal effectiveness.
Goleman, Daniel. (2006). Emotional Intelligence: 10th Anniversary Edition. New York: Bantam.
Chapter 15 and other chapters within Human Relations address some of concepts of emotional intelligence. This book provides clarification of some misunderstandings of Goleman’s earlier ideas and further insight into the importance of emotional intelligence in achieving goals.
Goleman, Daniel. (1998). Working with Emotional Intelligence. New York: Bantam.
This book augments and supports recommendations in this chapter by providing extensive discussion by Goleman of important skills needed for career success. It applies concepts in Emotional Intelligence to the workplace. Particularly relevant to readers of Chapter 15 is discussion of self-mastery (self-assessment, self-control, initiative, and optimism).
Liker, Jeffrey K. (2004). Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles for the World’s Greatest Manufacturer. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Augmenting Chapter 15 concepts of setting goals, this book explains the principles and philosophy used by Toyota to help it achieve its reputation for quality and reliability. Particularly helpful are sections dealing with eliminating waste and resources and turning all employees into quality control inspectors.
McGraw, Phillip C., Ph.D. (2000). The Life Strategies Workbook.

New York: Hyperion.


This book provides helpful exercises, questionnaires, and self-tests to help readers confront their effectiveness problems, identify causes, and address solutions. Particularly relevant to students of Human Relations and goal setting are sections on facing the truth about yourself, identifying what needs to change, and talking to yourself.
Tracy, Brian. (2003). Change Your Thinking Change Your Life: How to Unlock Your Full Potential for Success and Achievement. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
This book augments Chapter 15 by providing a step-by-step system to transform your thinking about yourself and your potential and showing you how to delve into your inner resources to identify realistic goals and develop plans for achieving them.
Tracy, Brian. (2003). Goals! How to Get Everything You Want – Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.
This book provides a series of practical strategies for setting and achieving goals. It explains how to set goals and organize your life for their achievement.


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