Non-Profits to Benefit From Seattle Business Authors E-book for Boss's Day, October 16th

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In celebration of National Boss's Day, two business authors present "100 Helpful Tips for Great Managers."

100 Helpful Tips for Great Managers.

Seattle business authors Lisa Haneberg and Bob Rosner have created an e-book for employees to give their bosses this National Boss's Day, October 16th, titled, "100 Helpful Tips for Great Managers." The e-book will be sold over the Internet at http://www.forbossday.com and comes with an e-card. Haneberg and Rosner are donating part of the proceeds from the e-book sales to the non-profit organizations Small Change News Network, Junior Achievement and Gilda's Club Seattle.

Lisa Haneberg and Bob Rosner, two Seattle-based business and management authors saw a need to provide a Boss's Day product that benefited both boss and employee. They created "100 Helpful Tips for Great Managers," a brief, informative, and entertaining e-book that offers boss's techniques for improving the workplace. The e-book is available for $8.95 at http://www.forbossday.com. Purchasers may select from several e-cards to accompany the e-book.

National Boss's Day originated in 1958, when Patricia Haroski, a secretary from Deerfield, IL, set aside a date to pay tribute to bosses. The holiday was created in honor of her father, also her boss, whose birthday was October 16th.

In addition to benefiting bosses and employees, sales of the e-book with also benefit several nonprofit organizations. One dollar from every e-book sale will be donated amongst the Small Change News Network, Gilda's Club Seattle, and Junior Achievement.

Lisa Haneberg is founder of Haneberg Management and author of "H.I.M.M. (High Impact Middle Management): Solutions for Today's Busy Managers" coming out in December. She also writes a management blog, Management Craft, and a column, In the Thick of Things. http://www.haneberg-management.com

Bob Rosner has written two business best sellers ("GRAY MATTERS" and "The Boss's Survival Guide"), conducted over 350 work-related surveys at ABCnews.com, and is an award-winning journalist who writes the internationally syndicated column Working Wounded: Advice that adds insight to injury. http://www.workingwounded.com

The Small Change News Network (sCNN) is an online clearinghouse for news and information, connections and contributions -- for ordinary, but passionate, individuals who are starting and running extraordinary community projects. The sCNN helps connect committed people improving their communities with funding and support. This is about small change that really adds up. http://www.smallchangenews.org

Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics, and free enterprise. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA provides in-school and after-school programs for students in grades K-12. More than 140 offices reach four million students in the United States, with over two million additional students served by operations in 98 countries worldwide. http://www.ja.org

Gilda's Club Seattle is a cancer support community that provides free social and emotional support to anyone who has been touched by cancer. Through support groups, workshops and educational lectures the Club provides a space for men, women, and children to learn how to live with cancer whatever the outcome. http://www.gildasclubseattle.org

Contact: Lisa Haneberg                        
Tel: 206-954-2953

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