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101 Ways to Lose a Great Employee: A Manager's Guide to Saying and Doing the Right Thing Paperback – November 27, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed the easy to follow format--one concept per page written in an approachable manner. If I ever become a manager myself, I will be sure to remember the lessons presented in this book.
* The content is so accessible. One page per concept. You don't get bogged down in chapters full of repetitive or irrelevant content. Every single page is helpful.
* The humor takes the sting out of finding myself in its pages! (And I did, sad to say!)
* The "Instead, try this" information is clear and concise, and easy to implement.
Buy this book if you are a manager. Buy this book if you WANT to be a manager. Buy this book if you KNOW a manager. Keep it next to your other indispensable management tools, whatever they are for you.
101 reminders of how important it is to be respectful and considerate of those we work with. I'm a teacher, not a manager, but appreciate these "gentle nudges."
Barbara Otis does a great job of educating us in an entertaining way, without leaving you feeling like you've been scolded.
I hope this is the first of a series, because there's much more to say about workplace relationships.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great tips and easy reading! Helps me recognize poor management practices and behavior. Will definitely keep this handy. Helps me as a manager to maintain my skills.Published 5 months ago by Lupe Peterkin
This book was hilarious and sadly too much like my current workplace. I love my job but too many of these things hit close to homePublished 10 months ago by C. Wells
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It gave me insight into my management actions...and did it with humor, as well as how best to deal with my supervisors. Very helpful.Published 15 months ago by Karen Taberski
Have throughly enjoyed this book and found myself referencing back to it many times. Lots of great insights.Published 15 months ago by GK
The points mentioned are obvious and one has to question another's management skills if they are not already aware of them.Published 16 months ago by GulpingLife
Concise and to the point. The author is obviously writing from in-depth experience.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this book! Simple read, but drives a point home and gives specific examples of dysfunctional behaviors within organizations.Published 19 months ago by Tpreciado
A fun concept, but felt redundant after #10. At least 90 of them were painfully common sense. A nice book to have around, but I wish I hadn't spent more than $3 on it.Published 22 months ago by Jared