Communicating suggestions, problems, and grievances to a supervisor is an ongoing, sometimes complex task for employees, but it is essential to improving work relationships. This is written in the form of memos from employees to their supervisors, offering advice for positive changes in management styles. The memos present thought-provoking ideas on such topics as team building, delegation, performance evaluation, and meetings. This format is designed to helpmanagers improve leadership skills and to help employees deal with management-related conflict. Bibliographic notes are included. This practical study complements books offering theories on management and supervisory techniques. Recommended for public library business collections.-- Lucy Heckman, St. John's Univ. Lib., Jamaica, N.Y.