MT’s first book is published today, and it’s no April Fool. The Management Masterclass gives you practical, no-nonsense advice to help you climb the greasy pole - and have fun on the way up.
If you’re ambitious and engaged, and work means more than just the 9-to-5, The Management Masterclass is the book for you. Loaded with practical, no-nonsense career nourishment, The Management Masterclass has it all - whether you’re searching for emergency help with those tricky workplace predicaments, or just looking to refresh your front-line management skills.
There are five sections to get your teeth into. They cover the personal values and skills needed to be a brilliant manager; how to create a happy team that will go the extra mile; those all-important financials; common challenges and how best to deal with them; and finally, how to get ahead and stand out from the crowd.
Compiled by MT’s features editor and with a foreword by Tesco boss Sir Terry Leahy, The Management Masterclass is the only management book you’ll ever need. But don't just take our word for it - these other lovely business types enjoyed it too:
‘Sensible management advice that’s actually comprehensible and even occasionally witty’, Robert Peston, BBC Business Editor
‘Ideal as a companion on a flight, or to dip into for a bit of pre-meeting inspiration. Well done MT’, Stefan Stern, Financial Times (and newly-crowned national HR journalist of the year)
‘Practical, inspirational and insightful. An invaluable guide that every aspiring high flyer can learn from’, Chey Garland CBE, Veuve Clicquot Businesswoman of the Year
You can buy your copy of The Management Masterclass HERE (Headline, RRP £10.99).
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