Constantly talking isn’t necessarily communicating- Charlie Kaufman
Author: Ned Sparks
Publisher: MCP books
It’s the most practical book I have read. Loved it. The book has some common examples Which tell about working for a company. The writing style of the author is interesting. One can easily connect with the story. There are various topics like success, failure with the team in a crisp way. There are some quotes and lines which are inspiring. It’s a story of Quint, about his journey and experiences. It tells about the office environment, politics, culture in a completely new way.
There are some tips and tricks given by the author which are really very helpful. I loved how the author presented each and every aspect in a wonderful way. How to manage teams, how to face failure and some other tricks are explained in an easy way.
Overall, it’s a wonderful book with lots of experiences, knowledge, tricks which are helpful in our day to day life.
It’s a must-read book. A short, quick and easy read.
You can get your copy here.
In The Simple and Easy Manager: What Managers Need to Know Before They Need to Know It, business consultant and executive coach Ned Parks illustrates that management problems can often be solved with easy-to-implement solutions. The entertaining yet instructive story details the experiences of the fictional character, Quentin Spalding as he learns successful strategies and practical techniques to solve typical management situations. From his early days as a new employee at Critical Direct when he is introduced to a company culture that stresses the importance of valuing each team member as important members of the corporation, through the challenges inherent in managing other employees, Quentin gains an understanding of what proactive leadership is and how it impacts the organization. The insights Parks shares in The Simple and Easy Manager will be of value to readers new to management level positions, while more experienced leaders will find unique approaches and applications that can enhance their approach.