This program translates each style into a mode of thinking so groups and departments can realize the talents at their disposal to accomplish various goals.<br> <br> Using Enneagram personality styles, this program helps people:<br> <br> <br> * Recognize their strengths in resolving problems<br> * Tailor communication style to be most effective in various situations <br> * Optimize interactions with people of differing styles to deter conflict<br> * Understand their role in problem-solving processes . . . and more!<br> <br> <br> This is an excellent tool for furthering process improvement, management skills, team development, and more! Be sure to give each participant a set of reminder cards to use as a daily and spur-of-the-moment reminder of behaviors as they work to improve their problem-solving skills.
Introduction. Value Really Means Something.
Chapter 1. The 5 Misconceptions of Value Investing.
Chapter 2. The Basics of Value Investing: A Few Things You Must Know.
Chapter 3. Market Caveats: Lessons from the Past.
Chapter 4. Are Great Companies Great Investments? Stick with the Champs.
Chapter 5. Who's In Charge? Management Counts (more than money): Getting Comfortable with Management.
Chapter 6. Competition: Threat or Opportunity? The Enduring Competitive Advantage.
Chapter 7. The Essential Valuation Variables that Really Count: Part 1 - Financial Statement Basics.
Chapter 8. The Essential Operating Variables that Really Count: Part II - Bringing the Numbers to Life.
Chapter 9. The Price of a Stock versus the Value of the Company.
Chapter 10. Your Own Worst Enemy.
Chapter 11. My Final Words of Value.
Recommended Reading & Resources.
Series: Enneagram Personality Portraits
Number Of Pages: 72
Published: 3rd January 1997
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 28.25 x 21.6 x 0.47
Weight (kg): 0.22
Edition Number: 1