Coaching Skills for Managers and Supervisors Now Available On Kindle

How to order Kindle version of “COACHING SKILLS FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS”.

To meet the demands of our global users, “COACHING SKILLS FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS is now available for Kindle.  This post shows you how to order via Amazon so you can start learning and putting these skills to work right away.

ABOUT “COACHING SKILLS”
One of the most important tasks for Managers and Supervisors is coaching their employees. Good Coaching:

  • Helps employees understand what they should be doing and how.

  • Provides employees with important information on whether they are performing up to expectation and if not, how far off the mark they are.

  • Helps employees develop and enhance new skills needed for future positions.

Yet as important as it is, for many Managers and Supervisors, it’s also one of the most dreaded.  Managers and Supervisors often worry that their employees will react negatively to a coaching discussion.  Without the proper ground work employees may feel caught off guard, and indeed react negatively to what they consider as unwarranted criticism.

Because effective coaching is so important, KAW Consulting developed “Coaching Skills for Managers and Supervisors”, an electronic handbook that helps you learn the skills you’ll need to become an effective coach.  Written in a clear, easy to use format you’ll learn how to:

  • Establish the groundwork to have an effective coaching relationship with your employees.
  • Determine expected performance levels for your employees’ major tasks and responsibilities.
  • Provide your employees with the needed training.
  • Analyze your employees’ current level of performance against expected levels, and identify areas needing improvement.

  • Hold an effective coaching discussion to provide employees with feedback on how they are doing, and develop plans for making needed improvements.

Designed specifically for e-book users, this version of “COACHING SKILLS FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS” is something you’ll want to keep on hand to refer to whenever you need to coach an employee.

HOW TO ORDER KINDLE VERSION
To view information on and purchase the Kindle Version of “Coaching Skills for Managers and Supervisors” either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Coaching Skills for Managers and Supervisors” in the search criteria.

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“MEETINGS THAT WORK” NOW AVAILABLE ON KINDLE

How to order Kindle Version of “Meetings That Work”

To meet the demands of our global users, “MEETINGS THAT WORK is now available for Kindle.  This post shows you how to order via Amazon so you can start learning and putting these skills to work right away.

About “Meetings That Work”

People spend a lot of time at work in meetings. And according to surveys, 70% of employees feel that the meetings they attend aren’t productive—in short a waste of time.

If you’re one of the majority that feels this way, this comes as no surprise. You know the feelings of frustration all too well. As well as the financial cost. If 4 people each earning $40,000 a year attend a 2 hour meeting that goes nowhere, that’s a cost of $152 of wasted time just for that meeting. Not to mention the incidental costs such as travel. Take those costs and multiply by the number of meetings you feel are a waste of time over a year and you are getting some real money. In this day and age when organizations are facing enormous budget constraints, and are looking hard at all their cost elements, improving meeting quality jumps out as a “no brainer”.

Because holding better meetings is so important, KAW Consulting developed “Meetings That Work”, an electronic handbook that shows you step by step how to design and run effective meetings. Written in a clear, easy to use format you’ll learn:

  • What makes meetings succeed, and why many fail
  • The crucial roles that need to be filled in each meeting
  • The 8 Steps for designing Effective Meetings
  • Tips for Running an Effective Meeting
  • How to deal with potential problems you may encounter such as:
    • Stares and Silence
    • Negative Remarks
    • Separate Agendas
    • One person trying to dominate the discussion
  • How to use effective group discussion processes to:
    • Generate Ideas by Brainstorming
    • Solve Problems
    • Make Better Decisions
    • Plan Tasks
    • Set Goals

How To Order Kindle Version

To meet the demands of our global users, international users eligible to purchase from Amazon can purchase the Kindle Version of “Meetings That Work”.  For information on the Kindle version either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Meetings That Work” in the search criteria.

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How to Design and Run Meetings That Don’t Waste Everybody’s Time

People spend a lot of time at work in meetings. And according to surveys, 70% of employees feel that the meetings they attend aren’t productive—in short a waste of time.

If you’re one of the majority that feels this way, this comes as no surprise. You know the feelings of frustration all too well. As well as the financial cost. If 4 people each earning $40,000 a year attend a 2 hour meeting that goes nowhere, that’s a cost of $152 of wasted time just for that meeting. Not to mention the incidental costs such as travel. Take those costs and multiply by the number of meetings you feel are a waste of time over a year and you are getting some real money. In this day and age when organizations are facing enormous budget constraints, and are looking hard at all their cost elements, improving meeting quality jumps out as a “no brainer”.

Yet there is often little analysis of why meetings fail, or what needs to happen so they succeed.

Why Meetings Fail

Here are some of the common reasons things go wrong that you can measure against your own experience.

  • Meeting leader is unprepared and tries to “wing it”
  • There’s no formal agenda
  • Everyone disagrees on the meeting’s subject
  • The expected desired results are not defined
  • People critical to meeting’s success:
    • Don’t Show Up
    • Weren’t Invited
    • Come late or leave early
  • Participants don’t understand their roles
  • Unfocussed discussion
  • Results are not accurately recorded.
  • Other reasons that you’ve experienced

 

The 7 Key Ingredients that Make Meetings Work

On the other hand, meetings that work usually contain the following elements.

  • Meeting is well designed:
    • Has a purpose statement with agreed upon meeting subject and desired results
    • Has an agenda that clearly specifies topics for discussion, timing, participant expectations, etc.
    • Provides participants with needed background information.
    • Determines needed pre-work by participants.
    • Uses effective group discussion processes such as brainstorming, problem solving, decision making, etc
    • Determines needed meeting logistics
  • Meeting starts and ends on time
  •  Meeting Leader is prepared
  • The critical people are in attendance
  • Participants understand their roles and participate appropriately
  • The meeting’s discussion focuses on the topics at hand
  • Pertinent discussion and results are captured and used going forward as needed.

Where to Go From Here

 Because holding better meetings is so important, KAW Consulting developed “Meetings That Work”, an electronic handbook that shows you step by step how to design and run effective meetings. Written in a clear, easy to use format you’ll learn:
  • What makes meetings succeed, and why many fail
  • The crucial roles that need to be filled in each meeting
  • The 8 Steps for designing Effective Meetings
  • Tips for Running an Effective Meeting
  • How to deal with potential problems you may encounter such as:
    • Stares and Silence
    • Negative Remarks
    • Separate Agendas
    • One person trying to dominate the discussion
  • How to use effective group discussion processes to:
    • Generate Ideas by Brainstorming
    • Solve Problems
    • Make Better Decisions
    • Plan Tasks
    • Set Goals

Available in both Kindle and PDF

To meet the demands of our global users, “Meetings That Work is now available in both Kindle and PDF versions.  U.S. purchasers can purchase both.  International users eligible to purchase from Amazon can purchase the Kindle Version.  Both versions allow you to have it accessible each time you need to design a meeting.

For information on the Kindle version either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Meetings That Work” in the search criteria.

Amazon U.S. click here.

Amazon.co.uk click here.

Amazon.de click here

Amazon.fr click here

Amazon.es click here

Amazon.it click here

Amazon.co.jp click here

Amazon.com.br click here

Amazon.ca click here

Amazon.in click here

Amazon.au click here

PDF Version

For U.S. users, the PDF version allows you to store “Meetings That Work” on your computer.  It includes hyperlinks so you can jump right to the page or section you need without having to spend time scrolling through unneeded pages.  You can purchase single copies or share with additional users by purchasing additional licenses.  This makes it easy for organizations to increase the productivity of their staffs.

You can buy single copies for the low price of $21.95.  Sharing with additional users is also easy–just purchase additional licenses at $19.95 per user.

To view a sample and instructions on how to purchase online click here.

“Delegating For Results” Now Available on KINDLE

How to Order Kindle version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS”

To meet the demands of our global users, “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS is now available for Kindle.

Because it’s on Kindle, you can store it either on your Kindle or Kindle app on your iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone or other appropriate tablet and have it readily accessible whenever you need to refer to it.

This post shows you how to order via Amazon so you can start learning and putting these skills to work right away.

About “Delegating for Results”

Successful delegation is one of the most critical skill sets a Supervisor or Manager needs to develop. Being able to delegate successfully helps you tap into the potential of your staff.  It helps you accomplish much more than you could working alone, and allows you to devote your time and efforts to your most critical tasks, or things you do best.  Put simply, being able to delegate successfully is one of the keys to a successful career in Supervision or Management.

To help Managers, Supervisors and other Leaders learn these critical skills, KAW Consulting  developed “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS”  an easy to understand e-handbook that will help you learn the 6 key skills needed to delegate successfully.  You’ll learn how to:

  • Identify what tasks to delegate
  • Identify the right people to delegate to
  • Identify the level of delegation that you’re comfortable with
  • Determine what the person doing the task needs to be able to deliver the results you expect.
  • Hold effective delegation meetings.
  • Conduct the needed follow-up to stay on top of the person’s progress.

Unlike most books that describe the delegation process in general terms, “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” walks you through the process step by step, helping you think of the key ingredients to make your delegation successful, and avoid the common problems that crop up in unsuccessful ones.  It even includes forms to help you analyze your major tasks and identify which ones are excellent candidates to delegate, furnish the person you’re delegating to with the important information they need to understand about the task, and a checklist to make sure you’ve considered the vitals steps when planning your delegation.

Designed specifically for e-book users this version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” is something you’ll want to keep on hand and refer to each time you need to delegate a task.

How to Order

To view information on and order  the Kindle version of “DELEGATING FOR RESULTS” either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Delegating for Results” in the search criteria.

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How to Use “Meetings That Work” to Avoid This Meeting Disaster

Learn how KAW Consulting’s “Meetings That Work” can help John and his colleagues avoid a common meeting disaster-too many completely unproductive meetings that waste everyone’s time.

Sitting in the conference room, feeling extremely frustrated, John tried not to visually roll his eyes in front of his co-workers.  What kept going through his mind was, “I have so much work I need to get done, and here I am in yet another wasted meeting.  In fact, I’m not really sure why we’re even having a meeting or what we’re supposed to accomplish.  All we got was a meeting notice with just some vague indication that we need to discuss the assignment that we’re all supposed to work on.  There’s no agenda or purpose statement.  In fact from the way people are talking, I’m not sure that anyone really knows what we’re supposed to accomplish in the next hour or so.  I sure don’t.  And this is the fourth meeting I’ve had like this, this week! How in the world am I supposed to get my work done if all I do is sit in useless meetings?”

John is not alone in his frustration.  People spend a lot of time at work in meetings. And according to surveys, 70% of employees feel that the meetings they attend aren’t productive—in short a waste of time.  Time that is vitally needed to be spent on getting the job done.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.  With recognition amongst themselves that the meetings that he (John) and his colleagues are attending aren’t very productive, and some analysis and skill building on how to design and run effective meetings, the results could be vastly different.

WHAT THEY SHOULD DO

To start, they could take a look at why their meetings are so unproductive.  Often, it’s due to one or more of these common causes:

  • Meeting leader is unprepared and tries to “wing it”
  • There’s no formal agenda
  • Everyone disagrees on the meeting’s subject
  • The expected desired results are not defined
  • People critical to meeting’s success:
    • Don’t Show Up
    • Weren’t Invited
    • Come late or leave early
  • Participants don’t understand their roles
  • Unfocussed discussion
  • Results are not accurately recorded.
  • Other reasons they’ve experienced.

Then they could take a look at what makes meetings work well. These include factors such as:

  • Meeting is well designed:
    • Has a purpose statement with agreed upon meeting subject and desired results
    • Has an agenda that clearly specifies topics for discussion, timing, participant expectations, etc.
    • Provides participants with needed background information.
    • Determines needed pre-work by participants.
    • Uses effective group discussion processes such as brainstorming, problem solving, decision making, etc
    • Determines needed meeting logistics
  • Meeting starts and ends on time
  • Meeting Leader is prepared
  • The critical people are in attendance
  • Participants understand their roles and participate appropriately
  • The meeting’s discussion focuses on the topics at hand
  • Pertinent discussion and results are captured and used going forward as needed.


Next Steps

Once they’ve had the chance to analyze why they’re meetings aren’t working and deciding that they need to learn how to hold more effective ones (and stop wasting everyone’s time!) they can start learning the basic skills needed to design and hold effective meetings.  This is where KAW Consulting’s  electronic handbook, “Meetings That Work” can really help.  Written in a clear, easy to use format it covers:

  • What makes meetings succeed, and why many fail
  • The crucial roles that need to be filled in each meeting
  • The 8 Steps for designing Effective Meetings
  • Tips for Running an Effective Meeting
  • How to deal with potential problems you may encounter such as:
    • Stares and Silence
    • Negative Remarks
    • Separate Agendas
    • One person trying to dominate the discussion
  • How to use effective group discussion processes to:
    • Generate Ideas by Brainstorming
    • Solve Problems
    • Make Better Decisions
    • Plan Tasks
    • Set Goals

It’s designed to be used both by individuals and also groups, so John and his colleagues can all learn the skills they need to stop holding those ineffective meetings and actually get something done.

Available in both Kindle and PDF

To meet the demands of our global users, “Meetings That Work is now available in both Kindle and PDF versions.  U.S. purchasers can purchase both.  International users eligible to purchase from Amazon can purchase the Kindle Version.  Both versions allow you to have it accessible each time you need to design a meeting.

For information on the Kindle version either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Meetings That Work” in the search criteria.

Amazon U.S. click here.

Amazon.co.uk click here.

Amazon.de click here

Amazon.fr click here

Amazon.es click here

Amazon.it click here

Amazon.co.jp click here

Amazon.com.br click here

Amazon.ca click here

Amazon.in click here

Amazon.au click here

PDF Version

For U.S. users, the PDF version allows you to store “Meetings That Work” on your computer.  It includes hyperlinks so you can jump right to the page or section you need without having to spend time scrolling through unneeded pages.  You can purchase single copies or share with additional users by purchasing additional licenses.  This makes it easy for organizations to increase the productivity of their staffs.

You can buy single copies for the low price of $21.95.  Sharing with additional users is also easy–just purchase additional licenses at $19.95 per user.

To view a sample and instructions on how to purchase online click here.

The 8 Steps of Effective Meeting Design

People spend a lot of time at work in meetings. And according to surveys, 70% of employees feel that the meetings they attend aren’t productive—in short a waste of time. Learn how to design and run meeting that don’t waste everyone’s time.

People spend a lot of time at work in meetings. And according to surveys, 70% of employees feel that the meetings they attend aren’t productive—in short a waste of time.

If you’re one of the majority that feels this way, this comes as no surprise. You know the feelings of frustration all too well. As well as the financial cost. If 4 people each earning $40,000 a year attend a 2 hour meeting that goes nowhere, that’s a cost of $152 of wasted time just for that meeting. Not to mention the incidental costs such as travel. Take those costs and multiply by the number of meetings you feel are a waste of time over a year and you are getting some real money. In this day and age when organizations are facing enormous budget constraints, and are looking hard at all their cost elements, improving meeting quality jumps out as a “no brainer”.

Yet there is often little analysis of why meetings fail, or what needs to happen so they succeed. Here are some of the common reasons things go wrong that you can measure against your own experience.

  • Meeting leader is unprepared and tries to “wing it”
  • There’s no formal agenda
  • Everyone disagrees on the meeting’s subject
  • The expected desired results are not defined
  • People critical to meeting’s success:
    • Don’t Show Up
    • Weren’t Invited
    • Come late or leave early
  • Participants don’t understand their roles
  • Unfocussed discussion
  • Results are not accurately recorded.
  • Other reasons that you’ve experienced

On the other hand, meetings that work usually contain the following elements.

  • Meeting is well designed:
    • Has a purpose statement with agreed upon meeting subject and desired results
    • Has an agenda that clearly specifies topics for discussion, timing, participant expectations, etc.
    • Provides participants with needed background information.
    • Determines needed pre-work by participants.
    • Uses effective group discussion processes such as brainstorming, problem solving, decision making, etc
    • Determines needed meeting logistics
  • Meeting starts and ends on time
  •  Meeting Leader is prepared
  • The critical people are in attendance
  • Participants understand their roles and participate appropriately
  • The meeting’s discussion focuses on the topics at hand
  • Pertinent discussion and results are captured and used going forward as needed.

8 Critical Steps to Designing an Effective Meeting

To help make sure that your meeting has the ingredients to succeed, follow these 8 key steps when designing it.

  • Agree on the Meeting’s Subject
  • Visualize the Desired Results
  • Choose the Right Discussion Process 
  • Invite the Right Participants
  • Develop a Meeting Purpose, Agenda and Ground Rules
  • Determine Pre-Work and Background Knowledge Needs
  • Determine Needed Meeting Logistics
  • Think of What Could Go Wrong
Where to Go From Here
 Because holding better meetings is so important, KAW Consulting developed “Meetings That Work”, an electronic handbook that shows you step by step how to design and run effective meetings. Written in a clear, easy to use format you’ll learn:
  • What makes meetings succeed, and why many fail
  • The crucial roles that need to be filled in each meeting
  • The 8 Steps for designing Effective Meetings
  • Tips for Running an Effective Meeting
  • How to deal with potential problems you may encounter such as:
    • Stares and Silence
    • Negative Remarks
    • Separate Agendas
    • One person trying to dominate the discussion
  • How to use effective group discussion processes to:
    • Generate Ideas by Brainstorming
    • Solve Problems
    • Make Better Decisions
    • Plan Tasks
    • Set Goals

Available in both Kindle and PDF

To meet the demands of our global users, “Meetings That Work is now available in both Kindle and PDF versions.  U.S. purchasers can purchase both.  International users eligible to purchase from Amazon can purchase the Kindle Version.  Both versions allow you to have it accessible each time you need to design a meeting.

For information on the Kindle version either click the applicable link below, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “Meetings That Work” in the search criteria.

Amazon U.S. click here.

Amazon.co.uk click here.

Amazon.de click here

Amazon.fr click here

Amazon.es click here

Amazon.it click here

 Amazon.co.jp click here

 Amazon.com.br click here

Amazon.ca click here

Amazon.in click here

Amazon.com.au click here

PDF Version

For U.S. users, the PDF version allows you to store “Meetings That Work” on your computer.  It includes hyperlinks so you can jump right to the page or section you need without having to spend time scrolling through unneeded pages.  You can purchase single copies or share with additional users by purchasing additional licenses.  This makes it easy for organizations to increase the productivity of their staffs.

You can buy single copies for the low price of $21.95.  Sharing with additional users is also easy–just purchase additional licenses at $19.95 per user.

To view a sample and instructions on how to purchase online click here.

Keys to Effective Time Management for Managers and Supervisors – Part 2

One of the biggest challenges Supervisors and Managers face is managing their time. Part 2 of a series on how to manage your time effectively as a Manager, Supervisor, Project Manager or other key Professional.

Note: To view a sample Kindle Version Click Here. U.S. purchasers can buy directly.  To view instructions on how to purchase international versions click here.

U.S. Purchasers who want to buy a PDF version should click here.  (See below for information of PDF versions.)

As mentioned in Keys to Effective Time Management for Managers and Supervisors –  Part 1  effective Time Management is the process of deciding what to do and when.  Doing so usually consists of 3 main phases which are:

  • Phase 1:

– Identifying what you want/need to accomplish based on the roles and expectations of your position, and your own personal goals.

– Identifying and prioritizing the major tasks and needed time commitments to accomplish these goals.

  • Phase 2:

– Analyzing how you’re currently spending your time versus the needs you identified above.

  • Phase 3:

–  Developing a schedule that better allows you to focus your daily efforts on accomplishing your goals.

In this entry, we’ll look at some of the things you need to do in Phase 1.

IDENTIFYING WHAT YOU WANT TO ACCOMPLISH

Step 1: Responsibilities and expectations

The first step in managing your time effectively is to get a good handle on the major responsibilities of your position, and the expectations of each. This will help you understand what you should be focusing on and the proper priority to place on each of your major roles. To do so, ask the following questions.

  • What are my major responsibilities?
  • What are the expected results of each?

Examples of some of responsibilities for typical Managers and Supervisors include items such as:

  • Designing work schedules and assigning work to staff.
  • Checking on the status of the work.
  • Answering questions and providing guidance on how to get the work done.
  • Keeping your Management informed on work status and key issues.
  • Training staff
  • Developing procedures
  • Handling new projects
  • Etc.

Each of these responsibilities has expectations from your Management on what constitutes a successful result.  Looking at the first several responsibilities, for example, some of the expected results might include items like:

  • The work schedule makes sure the work can be accomplished in time to meet deadlines.
  • Work is assigned to staff members with the capability to do it.
  • Work is spread out amongst the staff so no one is unnecessarily overburdened.
  • You’re providing the  proper amount of oversight and guidance to your staff.
  • You know the status of the work and whether it’s on track or not, and can answer Management’s questions about it.

Step 2: Personal goals

Besides what’s currently expected, you may have your own goals you’d like to achieve in your position.  Examples include:

  • Making improvements to current processes
  • Providing additional services
  • Taking on additional responsibilities
  • Developing or enhancing skills you’ll need for your next position.
  • Etc.

As with your major work responsibilities, you have expectations/objectives for each of these goals.   Examples might include objectives such as:

  • I want to make a least one very visible improvement in my group’s operations.
  • I want to learn how to delegate much more effectively so my staff can do a lot more of the work that I’m doing now.

  • I want to demonstrate that I can lead a special project.

Step 3: Identify How You  Should Be Spending Your Time

After identifying what you’re expected to achieve, and what you want to achieve as a result of your own personal goals, you need to:

  • Identify the major steps and amount of your time needed to achieve each result
  • Prioritize the steps in terms of their importance (like working on improvements to the group’s operational processes)  and immediacy (projects with strict deadlines, or important requests from your boss).  

  • Develop a picture of how you should ideally be spending your time on a weekly and/or monthly basis. A good way to do this is to  develop a  3 column table that lists the activities required to accomplish your responsibilities and personal goals (column 1), the actions required (column 2), and the desired time you want to spend on each (column 3).

How Do I Get Started Learning How to To Manage My Time Effectively?

Because being able to manage your time is such an important skill, KAW Consulting developed “TIME MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS”, an electronic handbook that will help you learn these vital skills.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Analyze your job and identify what you should focus your time on to achieve what’s expected and your own personal goals.

  • Develop an ideal picture of how to allocate your time between your various activities.
  • Analyze how you are currently spending your time and identify the gaps from your ideal picture.

  • Develop weekly and daily schedules so you focus your time on the activities needed to achieve your goals.

  • Deal with time management challenges such as unexpected interruptions, non critical phone calls, high volumes of e-mail, and unproductive meetings.

Unlike most books on time management that are too complicated and hard to understand,  “TIME MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS” is exactly the opposite. It’s written in easy to understand language that walks you step by step through the process of managing your time more effectively. We’ve even included sample forms you can use to identify how you want to spend your time, track how you’re currently spending it versus how you’d like to, and develop the weekly and daily plans to get what you want done.

Available in both Kindle and PDF

To meet the demands of our global users, TIME MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS is now available in both Kindle and PDF versions.  U.S. purchasers can purchase both. International users eligible to purchase from Amazon can purchase the Kindle Version.  Both versions allow you to have it accessible each time you need it.

KINDLE Version

For information on the Kindle version either click here, or visit your applicable Amazon website and input “TIME MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS” in the search criteria.

PDF Version

For U.S. users, the PDF version allows you to store “TIME MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS“ on your computer so you have it readily accessible. It includes hyperlinks so you can jump right to the page or section you need without having to spend time scrolling through unneeded pages. If you want hard copy you can print what you need.

You can buy single copies for the low price of $15.95.

Sharing with additional users is also easy–just purchase additional licenses at $14.95 per user.

To see how organizations can benefit from this approach to get “TIME MANAGEMENT FOR MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS” out to multiple users, click here

To view a Sample PDF Version, and instructions on how to purchase online click here.

Note: PDF version available to U.S. customers only at this time.