Author: Chad Halvorson

Category: Business & Finance

Regular price: $14.99

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Deal starts: January 13, 2016

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As a manager, it’s not always inherently easy to understand how to best lead and communicate with your team. You don’t become a great manager overnight—you have to work at it just like anything else you want to excel at. This book will teach you everything you need to know about becoming a better manager and leader of people.What You Will Learn

The People Management Handbook is your guide to becoming a better and more effective manager. It covers a wide variety of topics intended to help you excel in the area of people management. In this book, you will learn:

How to boost employee happiness and retention

The skills you need to become a better manager

Why investing in employee development is important

How to gracefully and legally fire bad apples

Why a good employee onboarding system matters

How to increase productivity throughout your team

Inside the Book

Inside The People Management Handbook, you will learn everything you need to know about managing employees. Here's a quick snapshot of what's inside:
Chapter 1: The Management Skills You Need To Lead Your Team
Chapter 2: How To Write An Effective Employee Handbook
Chapter 3: The Ultimate Guide to Finding Great Employees
Chapter 4: Employee Benefits: Everything You Need To know To Stay Competitive
Chapter 5: Employee Onboarding Best Practices Every Business Owner Needs To Know
Chapter 6: The Complete Guide To Employee Development
Chapter 7: A Quick Guide To Effective Employee Engagement
Chapter 8: How to Manage a Disgruntled Employee
Chapter 9: How To Fire an Employee: Everything You Need To Know
Chapter 10: How To Battle Employee Turnover
Chapter 11: How To Train Your Employees To Become Managers
Chapter 12: How To Measure & Boost Employee Satisfaction

Why You Need This Book

Your employees deserve a manager who invests in their happiness, wellness, and success. Being a manager isn’t hard—but being a great manager is. If you want to build a team of loyal, motivated people who are proud to work for you and proud to represent your business, then you can’t just be an average manager—you have to be great. This book will help you get there.