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Welcome to your LSE People Management Toolkit.

Packed full of useful information, practical resources, hints and tips, the toolkit is designed to help you with the day-to-day challenges of being a manager.

Please note: you will find many helpful templates in the material. They are designed as a guide and you must always follow LSE HR policies and procedures, which can be found by clicking the button below.

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What Kind of Manager Am I? Are you confident you’re using the most effective management style to get the best results from your team? Use this self-assessment to identify your typical management style and appreciate the importance of context when adapting your style.
What Will Empowerment Mean for me as a Manager? How does a team leader/manager fit into an empowered team? Find out here how important your role is.
Qualitative or Quantitative Data? This article defines the terms quantitative and qualitative, and discusses when the use of each is appropriate.
Six Sigma vs Kaizen This simple infographic compares the two best-known continuous improvement techniques.
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  • The Psychology of Persuasion (Highlights)
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  • Rob Briner on the Psychological Contract
  • Dave Ulrich On The Why of Work
  • Extraordinary Groups
  • The Line Manager's Role in Preventing Workplace Stress
  • Frank Partnoy on Delayed Decision-Making
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