Written and read in an inviting and accessible style, this classic skill-building audiobook is an essential tool for becoming an effective, confident new manager.
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This is a really good resource, relevant, concise and easy to understand. I wish we used this at work- it might help ease the transition into a management or supervisory position tremendously!
This book offered great insight and set my expectations for my upcoming managerial post. It may be long and you may have to listen to it more than once but it definitely is a well spent time. Concepts are easy to grasp and focuses on leadership as the foundation of proper management. A must have not just for incoming managers like myself but also for experienced executives who need to refresh their management and leadership style.
Lots of tricks and tips and how to become great at observing and feeling the situation.
Yes, a good insight into management, would advise any one who is aspiring to become manager to read it
Great for a review and thought provocation even if a "seasoned" manager. Though the examples can be overly simplistic, one can overlook that and get some good ideas from listening to this.
"Some good points but...."
Generally this is an interesting piece of work, however about two thirds of the way through it started to ramble on about various sets of US legislation (in fact it almost sounds like they were added to pad out a section). All acts of legislation mentioned are not valid in the UK and this really distracted from the text.
The general concepts covered are good but think they are equally, if not better, covered elsewhere.
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