Managing

Managing

No matter how good a business manager you are, there is always room for improvement. Knowing what makes for a good manager and what effective principles you should be using can make your business run smoother. Effective managers are not born. They are created and you can be one, too. Even if you are a good manager at this point you will gain additional insight from this book that can improve your skills.

The book, Managing by Harold Geneen, has been out for a while, yet the information is timeless. It has been written in an easy-to-read manner that provides an array of business management principles. These principles include effective methods that will help guide you work with your staff better, as well as grow your business. The information in this book is eye-opening and thought-provoking.

Effective management should be the goal of every business manager. When you manage your staff and business effectively you will have more success. Your customers will be happier, your office will be more organized, and your staff will be on pace to help you reach your goals. Honing your managing skills may be the best move you make this year, and this book will give you plenty to consider.

Growing your practice isn’t something you can do alone. You have a team that works for you, you work with vendors, and you have plenty of patients. Being an effective leader will help you be more successful in each venture you take on. Before leading your next crusade in order to reach your goal, read this book so your chances of success go way up! There are plenty of used copies of this book available and it will prove well worth the investment.

Worked at Burleson Orthodontics. Attended University of Missouri–Kansas City. Lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

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