(Please note that this ebook is approximately 9000 words long with an estimated reading time of 30-40 minutes)
A good manager needs to be able to be "skilful" in how they deal with people – especially their own team – under stressful situations. Even when angry or frustrated by what is happening to them they need to be seen to be in control.
But even the most skilful manager is still human and they still can still have their buttons pushed by the actions (or perhaps the lack of action) of those around them.
Imagine however that you had a strategy to let you defuse those feelings before they could have any impact on you.
Consider just how valuable it would be for you to be able to recognise those warning signs and be able to centre yourself and prevent your frustrations from influencing how you act
This short ebook – Defuse for Managers – will give you the strategies to do just that
About the Author
There are lots of writers out there who do a brilliant job of writing about what I call the “good stuff” in business - things like great leadership skills, confidence or positive attitude.
I love to read that kind of thing but I don’t tend to write about it. Instead, I write about the other side of that coin, about what you could describe as the “bad stuff” in business.
From the everyday frustrations and negativity in the office through to the genuinely scary stuff like redundancy, the focus in my books is on the bad stuff in the workplace that could affect you and – more importantly - how to navigate your way successfully through it.
If you’re interested you can hear more from me on Twitter (@JMcKWriter) where I highlight any great articles and quotes I’ve seen and also talk a lot about my favourite sport - ice hockey – which I use as the background for my first novel “Life and Other Contact Sports”