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Based on your continued interest in learning the best supervisor practices, I’ve spent the last few weeks writing a new e-book called: How to Supervise- What Your Boss Never Told You Before You Took the Job, a step–by–step leadership ebook guide on how to best manage employees; from hiring best practices, to dealing with difficult employee situations. I also share a very simple and straight forward formula that I developed called the Employee Problem Solving Formula that helps managers think about the process of dealing with difficult employee issues from the most basic to the complicated.
Managers that don’t know where to start when tackling a difficult employee issue can often end up handling the issue inappropriately. The Employee Problem Solving Formula is a guide that will help you to approach problems in the correct way. I’ve also included a realistic difficult employee case study so that readers can understand how simple and effective the formula is.
The book is published in 3 versions: PDF for easy printing, Kindle, and Nook versions, plus a Thank You gift: an exclusive video called Supervisor Survival Tips.
How To Supervise Toolkit: www.HowToBeASupervisor.com
Includes the ebook in printable PDF + Kindle and Nook formats, plus Supervisor Tips Video and some of my most popular podcast audios
What Readers Are Saying About “How To Supervise: What Your Boss Never Told You Before You Took The Job”
“As someone who has been self-employed for many years I understand the importance of good management skills. I found that this book was very insightful and offered up many new ideas and aspects of “today’s” manager that I had not thought about before. I am very glad that I came across this book; it has helped considerably in polishing up my managerial/supervisory techniques and methods”. – Pat
“I found this book very easy to follow, and it helped me learn a lot about management. The author gives great, step-by-step process for dealing with various issues you may encounter as a manager, and each step is easy to understand and implement. I would definitely recommend keeping this book around to reference in case you encounter a new situation in the future.” – L. Alexander
“Quick read- easy to follow. A must have for those in management or looking for that management job. Gives all of the basics that one will need to have a successful career in management. I personally loved the MP3’s – I felt like I was also getting a seminar along with a book- excellent value“!! – Gina
“[Dianne] gives tips on how to be successful in hiring, supervising, and motivating staff. [How To Supervise]… helps develop leadership skills with which to manage employees successfully…and advice on hiring and firing strategies as well as managing difficult employees. The book lists challenges for new supervisors and how to deal with them effectively. As a new manager I found the book extremely helpful“.- Tina Martin
“I think that this book would be very helpful to anyone who is in a position of management or looking to be in a management position. It is a great guide as well as a reference book. I found some very useful information and “plans” laid out in an easy to understand manner in this book“. – B.P.
“Since my fiance and I are in the process of starting our own business and we will both be supervising employees for the first time in an office setting versus just being a “team leader” or something of the sorts in everyday jobs, I was very excited to read this book. I loved how easy it was to read. There weren’t terms that I didn’t understand and it made it very simple for someone who has never worked in HR or in any type of upper level management to get some great ideas. I liked the concepts so much that I had my fiance and his best friend read it as well. I can honestly say, I’ve worked for quite a few supervisors in my life so far who would benefit greatly by reading this book! If my fiance and I are ever in a position to hire someone to run our business for us, they will be required to read this book before starting the job“! – H Megan
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