The middle manager is often the glue that keeps organizations together, serving as that bond between upper management and workers. Yet you won’t find many books or training that focus solely on the special needs of the middle manager.
Author William Thomas Jones aims to fix this with Middle Management 101, a guidebook for the middle managers among us looking to be a more productive and successful team leader.
Jones offers techniques for common management duties such as empowering and rewarding your team and recruiting the best talent possible. He stresses the importance of communication so people at all levels know what’s going on.
You don’t have to feel like you’re “stuck in the middle” just because you’re a middle manager. Take steps to become a happier, more effective leader who motivates your team to be empowered and enjoy their jobs. Middle Management 101 has you covered, including how to coach and reward employees, run meetings, and more.
This book is a tribute to the “fixers,” the unsung heroes who tackle problems by viewing them from the perspectives of both upper management and workers. Grab a copy, and let’s get to work.
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