White, Russell J.
December 2006
Credit Union Management;Dec2006, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p54
Trade Publication
The author discusses the important points on the psychology of winning in relation to the credit union employees. He asserts that a positive thinking is the key to a win-win situation especially in the workplace. He suggests that the manager needs to project an optimistic atmosphere on a certain undertaking for employees to enthusiastically participate in the task. Moreover, this should originate from a comprehensive preparation.


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