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Chapter 1: Know What You WantThe Lab Where Everyone Wants To Be Start in the Right Place Plan the Lab You Want Chapter 2: You as a LeaderI Was Trained to do Everything But Run a Lab! Stop Putting Out Fires! Using Your Time Working with a Secretary/Administrative Assistant Staying Integrated Chapter 3: Choose Your PeopleChoose Your People The Hiring Process The Effective Interview Evaluating Candidates Chapter 4: Starting and Keeping New Lab MembersGetting Off to a Good Start Training Lab Personnel Mentor to All? Chapter 5: Make Research the FoundationSetting the Course Keeping Up Writing Papers Chapter 6: Organizing the Lab to Support the ResearchBuilding a Lab Culture Lab Policies Meetings and Seminars Using Computers to Organize the Lab Chapter 7: Communication as the GlueCommunication with Your Lab The Pleasures and Perils of Diversity Gender Is Still an Issue Learning through Conflict Stress and Depression in Lab Members Chapter 8: Dealing with a GroupLab Morale Lab Romances Maintaining Personnel Equilibrium â€œI Should Have Done It Sooner!â€ Violence in the Workplace Chapter 9: For the Long RunAs Your Job Changes& Maintaining Enthusiasm Career Choices Having It All Related titles: At the Bench (ISBN 9780879697082) Lab Math (ISBN 9780879696344) Lab Ref vol 1 (ISBN 9780879696306) Lab Ref vol. 2 (ISBN 9780879698157)Barker, Kathy is the author of 'At the Helm A Laboratory Navigator' with ISBN 9780879695835 and ISBN 0879695838.
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