If your employees brought their “A-Game” to work every day,
Don’t let common problems and frustrations run you and your business. Get a grip and gain control with the Entrepreneurial Operating System.
If your employees brought their “A-Game” to work every day, what would it mean for your company’s performance?
Studies have repeatedly shown that the majority of employees are disengaged at work. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Often, the difference between a group of indifferent employees and a fully engaged team comes down to one simple thing—a great boss.
In How to Be a Great Boss, Gino Wickman and Rene’ Boer present a straightforward, practical approach to help bosses at all levels of an organization get the most from their people. They share time-tested tools that have worked for more than 30,000 bosses in every industry. You can learn to be a great boss—and dramatically improve both your organization’s performance and your team’s excitement about their work.
In this book you will discover:
How to surround yourself with great people
How to make more effective use of your time
The difference between leadership and management and why they’re equally important
The five leadership practices and five management practices of all great bosses
How to create accountability
How to develop productive, relationships with each of your people
How to deal with direct reports that don’t meet your expectations
How to Be a Great Boss provides practical tools that you can apply immediately with your people, allowing you to focus on improving and growing your organization and truly enjoy what you do.
Business Owners, Leaders, & Managers, are you ready to take the next step and dive into EOS?
Download Chapter 1 of How To Be A Great Boss here today and start to ‘get a grip’ !
Bad bosses drive their best employees and eventually their best customers away. They feel threatened by people smarter, more capable or motivated than them. They're unwilling to confront real issues or make unpopular decisions. They run from conflict. They're quick to point out flaws in others while ignoring their own.Gina Wickman & Rene' Boer, How To Be A Great Boss