In his first book, Managing Success: A Manager’s Guide to Effective Employee Relationships, Henderson explores the dynamics that exist in these complex relationships, while offering managers time-tested solutions to their most difficult employee situations.
“In today’s workplace, managers are often promoted because they are exceptionally skilled and highly trained to perform specific functions,” explained Henderson. “But it seems that we don’t spend nearly enough time helping them understand how to work effectively with their employees to produce significant business results.”
Managing Success guides managers through the process of developing their individual managerial style and offers solutions on how to confront some of the biggest obstacles that exist at most companies.
“Every company needs managers who have deep functional expertise,” says Henderson. “When managers understand how to complement that expertise with relationships that fuel business success, there is no ceiling to the type of productivity that can be achieved by them and their teams.”
Managing Success: A Manager’s Guide to Effective Employee Relationships is available exclusively on Amazon.com.
About the book
Managing Success: A Manager's Guide to Effective Employee Relationships offers people managers the opportunity to learn new skills, see their role in an entirely new way, and perfect their approach to building effective employee relationships. Within, managers will find a plethora of tools, worksheets and exercises, all designed to support them in becoming a good manager.
About the author
Jeremy Henderson is founder and chief client partner at Jungle Red Communication. He has worked for some of the most impressive and innovative companies of our time, including Razorfish, Salesforce.com, eBay, VeriSign, and City Colleges of Chicago—Europe.
About Jungle Red Communication
Jungle Red Communication is a corporate human relations consulting firm. They focus on helping clients build happy, healthy, productive workplaces that deliver tangible business results through communication, leadership, decision making and organizational social structures. They counsel executives and managers to be massively effective and help organizations build high-performance teams, renew corporate cultures and design programs that increase employee satisfaction and steward change.