Manager's Guide Mini-Library

 

<< Home
Manager's Guide Mini-Library

Sail over every managerial hurdle without fear of jeopardizing your organization.

Now you can master five of the trickiest parts of being a manager with one trusted source. You'll keep your company running smoothly, your employees happy and everyone out of court.

The Manager's Guide Mini-Library is your key to supervisory success.

checkbox Yes! Rush me the Manager's Guide Mini-Library. I understand that I can review my copy risk-free. And if I don't immediately see how I can tend to my employees' needs without putting my company in danger, you'll refund my entire purchase price. No questions asked, and I'll have no further obligation. On that basis, here's my order.
Yes! I want to be a masterful manager.
We respect your privacy.
Dear Manager:

Where do you turn when you need help solving tricky problems or complying with employment law? Do you have to dig through piles of papers or rummage through drawers just to answer one question? What if you could look to one helpful guide and get all the answers you need in one place?

Now you can. The editors of HR Specialist have combined five Instant Executive Briefings into one comprehensive library for your convenience. Whether you need help with hiring and firing … performance reviews … coaching and motivating employees … or other issues that cross your desk every day, you’ll get advice from one source.

You don’t have time to search your whole office for assistance. When you have a question about managing, just turn to the Manager’s Guide Mini-Library.
As a manager, you need to have all sorts of solutions at your fingertips. But you shouldn't have to scour dozens of books and articles to get answers to your questions.
checkbox The Manager's Guide Mini-Library is your roadmap to the ins and outs of supervising employees. Get your five Instant Executive Briefings – for one low price – today!
Yes! I want to be a masterful manager.
We respect your privacy.
1. Manager’s Guide to Coaching & Motivating Employees

Poor performers and “attitude cases” can drag down an entire workforce. Find out how to coach troubled employees, turn around poor performances, silence employee gripes and more. This Briefing also includes 15 questions to ask employees during their critical first 60 days on the job. Help everyone on your team do their best – every day!

Manager's Guide to Coaching & Motivating EmployeesTable of Contents
1. 6 ways to help employees do their best each day
2. How to counsel employees with attitude problems
3. 15 questions to ask employees in their first 60 days
4. Confronting poor performers: 6 tips for managers
5. 6 common employee gripes (and how to silence them)
6. The 8 steps to a successful coaching discussion



2. Manager’s Guide to Employment Law

You’ve got to be aware of the latest changes in employment law. (You can be sure your employee’s attorney is!) Discover the 10 employment laws you MUST know, along with the “dirty dozen” – 12 mistakes supervisors make that are most likely to spark expensive, crippling litigation. From harassment to retaliation, FMLA to ADA and more, you’ll now be able to steer clear of legal land mines that can kill productivity, morale … and your bank account.

Manager's Guide to Employment LawTable of Contents
1. The 10 employment laws every manager should know
2. Draw the line between ‘tough talk’ and harassment
3. Understanding the new rules on illegal ‘retaliation’
4. Dirty Dozen: 12 manager mistakes that spark lawsuits
5. Beware of disability-rights law during job interviews
6. The legal way to manage pregnant employees
As a manager, you need to have all sorts of solutions at your fingertips. But you shouldn't have to scour dozens of books and articles to get answers to your questions.
checkbox The Manager's Guide Mini-Library is your roadmap to the ins and outs of supervising employees. Get your five Instant Executive Briefings – for one low price – today!
Yes! I want to be a masterful manager.
We respect your privacy.
3. Manager’s Guide to Hiring & Firing

Too many managers keep “dead wood” on the payroll – just because they’re scared of being sued. We’ll alert you to the Seven Deadly Sins of firing … give you 25 interviews questions to ask so that you make great hires every time … warn you what you should NEVER say when firing someone … and much more.

Manager's Guide to Hiring & FiringTable of Contents
1. 25 good interview questions to ask … and 8 to avoid
2. How to write effective, legal job descriptions
3. Improving applicant interviews: 10 do’s and don’ts
4. What to ask employees during exit interviews
5. Choose ‘firing words’ with care; stick to performance
6. Steer clear of these 7 red flags before you terminate



4. Manager’s Guide to Managing Difficult Situations

Typically, it’s 20 percent of your employees who create 80 percent of your problems. Now, you’ll be able to help them (and yourself) with these tips to resolving workplace conflicts … identifying substance-abusing staffers … preventing “cubicle rage” … and more.

Manager's Guide to Managing Difficult SituationsTable of Contents
1. 6 steps for managing ‘difficult’ employees
2. Negotiating workplace conflicts: 9 tips for managers
3. Identify employees with substance-abuse problems
4. How to cope with seriously ill employees
5. Prevent ‘cubicle rage’: 6 ways to calm angry staff
6. Help employees through the grieving process
As a manager, you need to have all sorts of solutions at your fingertips. But you shouldn't have to scour dozens of books and articles to get answers to your questions.
checkbox The Manager's Guide Mini-Library is your roadmap to the ins and outs of supervising employees. Get your five Instant Executive Briefings – for one low price – today!
Yes! I want to be a masterful manager.
We respect your privacy. 
5. Manager’s Guide to Performance Reviews

Employees AND managers dread the review process, but by preparing properly and reading the warning signs, there are ways to turn reviews into motivating and energizing events for all participants. This Guide will help you conduct positive, valuable assessments, and avoid words and approaches that can sabotage the review process.

Manager's Guide to Performance ReviewsTable of Contents
1. How to conduct positive, valuable assessments
2. Use performance logs to simplify employee reviews
3. How to measure an employee’s ‘intangible’ traits
4. 5 warning signs of performance review problems
5. Avoid phrases that can sabotage job review meetings
6. Writing reviews: Steer clear of two common errors


These five Instant Executive Briefings are a combined $74.75 value. But now you can get all five for just $49.95. And if they help you avoid just ONE sticky situation – or even keep you out of court – their true value is almost beyond calculation. Order your Mini-Library today and rest easy knowing your organization is in compliance.


Manager's Guide Mini-Library
Sincerely,



Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director
As a manager, you need to have all sorts of solutions at your fingertips. But you shouldn't have to scour dozens of books and articles to get answers to your questions.
checkbox The Manager's Guide Mini-Library is your roadmap to the ins and outs of supervising employees. Get your five Instant Executive Briefings – for one low price – today!
Yes! I want to be a masterful manager.
We respect your privacy. 
P.S. Remember, there's absolutely no risk. If you don't see how you can tend to your employees' needs without putting your company in danger, we'll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you'll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. It takes just minutes for a company to make a move that makes them noncompliant. But it also takes just minutes to consult the Manager’s Guide Mini-Library for the guidance that could protect your organization. And if you download a PDF of this compilation, you’ll instantly be able to put our advice into action. Get your Mini-Library now!