Manager Tools

by Mike Auzenne · · · · 63 subscribers

Tired of management theory? Want to learn specific skills to help improve your management performance? Then Manager Tools is the podcast for you! Manager Tools is a weekly business podcast focused on helping professionals become more effective managers and leaders. Each week, we discuss specific actions for professionals to take to achieve their desired management and career objectives. Manager Tools won Best Business Podcast Award in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2012 as well as the People's Choice Award in 2008. Go to http://www.manager-tools.com/testimonials to read what others are saying about the impact Manager Tools has had on their careers and lives. Our goal: Every Manager Effective (TM)

Employee Retention - HOF June 25, 2018
Our Hall of Fame guidance on employee retention. The best managers we know do a great job of retention. As a matter of fact, because it goes to the future potential of the organization, retention is one of Mark's favorite delineators of management talent. Strategy gets done more effectively in …
The Manager Tools Onboarding Checklist. Every task necessary to help a new hire become effective as quickly as possible.
The Manager Tools Onboarding Checklist. Every task necessary to help a new hire become effective as quickly as possible.
Your questions, our answers on what to do once you make a candidate an offer to turn them into a great team member.
Your questions, our answers on what to do once you make a candidate an offer to turn them into a great team member.
What to do once you make a candidate an offer to turn them into a great team member. Chapter 1 is the basics, why to have a process.
What to do once you make a candidate an offer to turn them into a great team member. Chapter 1 is the basics, why to have a process.
What to do once you make a candidate an offer to turn them into a great team member. Part 1 is the basics, why to have a process.
Our guidance on how you can improve someone's performance without fully coaching them. We use the example of running a meeting to illustrate.
Our guidance on how you can improve someone's performance without fully coaching them. We use the example of running a meeting to illustrate.
Sometimes managers don't want to do One On Ones. One of the reasons they give is, "I'm a creative person." Or, "I don't like step-by-step solutions." These reasons are weak, and you can overcome them easily.
Sometimes managers don't want to do One On Ones. One of the reasons they give is,"I'm a creative person." Or, "I don't like step-by-step solutions." These reasons are weak, and you can overcome them easily.
Power is necessary for organizational change and success, even if some of us would rather call it influence. But what is it? And how can I get some? And some more? It's not as hard as it sounds.
Power is necessary for organizational change and success, even if some of us would rather call it influence. But what is it? And how can I get some? And some more? It's not as hard as it sounds.
Power is necessary for organizational change and success, even if some of us would rather call it influence. But what is it? And how can I get some? And some more? It's not as hard as it sounds.
Power is necessary for organizational change and success, even if some of us would rather call it influence. But what is it? And how can I get some? And some more? It's not as hard as it sounds.
Our Hall of Fame cast that describes how to create a simple behavioral interview question.
If you're an executive, you probably think training is for your organization, but not you. You're partially right, but mostly wrong.
How come executives don't do all the stuff managers do? How come they don't attend training but expect managers to? There's a reason.
How come executives don't do all the stuff managers do? How come they don't attend training but expect managers to? There's a reason.