A Better Tomorrow, Today! the Success Guide for Individuals, Employees and Managers
This book is an easy read and designed to keep the reader captured through thought provoking common sense dialogue and real-life stories. This book discusses situations of every day life and provides a road map to become more successful. This book will provide the methods to make better decisions and the reasons why individuals must think about their path in life. It instructs and demonstrates how to be a better person, a better employee and/or a better manager. This book is an obvious gift choice for young adults to get them off to a great start in life or to improve their life. Grandparents will want to give this book to their grandchildren as a graduation gift. This book presents the best of the ethical and moral values that are considered universally accepted and desired by most individuals. This book could easily be found on the desk of any manager, teacher, parent or counselor.
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For Anybody Who is an Employee
Life is a Chapter Book
The Law of Opposites
Never Say You are Wrong
Title or Testimony
Its What You Know and Who You Know
Serving Others What Wreckage is Behind You?
For Individuals in a Management Role
The Hmmm Factor
Be a Good Mentor
Responding to Employees When You are Busy
Solving Problems at the Lowest Common Denominator
Box of Tissues
Are You a Good Parent?
You are at war
The 70 Rule
Be a Hero
Covering the Fundamentals
You Dont Have Time or You Dont Want To?
Driving Your Career
Annual Performance Reviews
Humor in the Workplace
Do You Share Your Bosss Values?
Your Boss Sees You Through a Narrow Visor
Comparing Michelle Versus Denise
What if You Quit Today?
Common Employee Mistakes
The New Promotion
Blindly Defending Employees
Creating an Attractive Place to Work
Schedule Meetings with Subordinates
Entering a Room and Acknowledging Others
Interviewing Hire Chemistry and Train Deficiencies
Knowing Landmark Dates
Your Reaction When an Employee Resigns
Last Ditch Effort to Save an Employee
Never Say You Shouldnt Have Done
Litmus Test of a Good Manager
Dont Talk with My Employees
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