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"Once again Tulgan tackles the myths in today's undermanaged workplace with practical and straightforward guidance. I have been a boss for nearly thirty years and I have not seen a more realistic and practical way to improve workplace relationships and career results. If you are-or want to be a high performer- read this book!"
—Jon Morrison, president and general manager, Meritor WABCO Vehicle Control Systems
"Tulgan's latest book presents insightful information and practical tips to help anyone successfully deal with undermanagement-a problem many employees encounter in corporations and organizations. In an engaging, clear, warm, and direct manner, Bruce presents common sense advice and a set of tools and ideas that empower self-management as well as 'other' management! A must read for anybody interested in professional growth."
—Tiane Mitchell Gordon, senior vice president, Office of Diversity & Inclusion, AOL, LLC
"Tulgan has a remarkable ability to translate complicated concepts into easily understood and actionable steps. His common sense approach coupled with his enthusiasm and 'can do' attitude give confidence to all who follow his work."
—Victoria Nolan, managing director, Yale Repertory Theatre, and deputy dean, Yale School of Drama
There's nothing really wrong with this book, but if you have good work habits, common sense and self-awareness, you won't find much that you don't already know. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Politically Aware
Great book that will guide you in ensuring that you hold your boss accountable for managing your performance and expectations as a leader.Published 5 months ago by Q
A very clear book on how to receive proper expectations, and how to ensure that you manage them properly from your side.Published 12 months ago by Michael Lydon
This book gives great insight to how to better manage your relationship with your employer and gives specific ways to better foster that relationship. It is a quick read.Published 21 months ago by Bob
I read this book and I see that if people would apply the principles of this book, they would be a lot less frustrated and way more productive in their workplace and in their daily... Read morePublished 23 months ago by ben
This book is a good read. I just find it sometimes that a subject is very repetitively discussed. Some suggestions are quite idealistic as opposed to realistic. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by j9
Bruce Tulgan's new book, "Its Okay to Manage Your Boss", has been an excellent resource for me as a new professional within the HR Field. Read morePublished on January 12, 2011 by HR Enthusiast