Managing for Performance
Delivering Results Through Others

By Judith Leary-Joyce
September 2007
Prentice Hall / Financial Times
Distributed By Trans-Atlantic Publications
ISBN: 9780273703549
288 Pages, Illustrated, 6 1/4 x 9 1/4"
$42.50 paper original

Getting your team to perform to the highest possible level is at the core of how well every manager does and is also one of the toughest tasks they have to face.

Managers all over the world are struggling to set clear goals and direction for their teams because of a rise in factors including team diversity, different motivations and expectations of team members and an increase in short term project teams.

Managing for Performance
offers the solution to these problems by explaining the key to successful performance management is the ability to develop a flexible approach and have a range of different tools and techniques to apply in different situations. It provides information on these tools and techniques, and offers self-coaching to develop the self-understanding that is critical to anybody tasked with managing people.

This definitive guide will provide managers with all the support and advice they need to be able to appraise and enhance both their own and their team’s performance, and successfully tackle the issues affecting performance to achieve optimum results.


Chapter 1 – Yourself

Chapter 2 – Your people

Chapter 3 – Your team

Chapter 4 – The processes

Chapter 5 – The organization


Benchmarks: Coaching for Performance is many years

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