You can learn a lot from bad managers, as Mike Wicks shows with these instructive stories of managerial mistakes.He reveals that bad management practices are alarmingly common and shows how they harm organizations and employees. From sending catastrophic emails to withholding information or making hurtful assumptions, Wicks shows you what not to do if you want to be a better manager. His accessible, conversational and motivational guidebook will inspire readers to become more effective and empathetic leaders who empower others and build relationships grounded in trust.
About the Author
Publishing consultant Mike Wicks co-wrote the bestseller Built Not Born: A Self-Made Billionaire’s No-Nonsense Guide for Entrepreneurs with Tom Golisano.
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2 months agoThis is one of the most practical and realistic books about management.
3 years agoGreat summary, being more self aware of your own behaviours will help avoid the pitfalls of poor management
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