New Book on Managing Employees and Kids by Author Eric Egeland

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Employees, Kids, and Pets – How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Be a Better Boss, Manager, or Parent

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A simple but genius little book destined to be a classic like Who Moved My Cheese!

Employee, Kids, and Pets is a gem of knowledge with entertaining stories to back the lessons. It starts by pointing out the natural but effective way we react to pets misbehaving. It then compares that reaction to the stark way we tend to deal with our children and employees and points out how damaging that lack of reaction is to those relationships.

It also touches on some stereotypes we have all seen in the work place, like the rainmaker/boss that is never in the office, the tyrant supervisor that eventually gets the company sued, and the crazy office manager that creates a military state the minute the boss isn’t there.

Of course it digs into why people act like this and talks about our psychological tendencies to avoid conflict or assume everyone can read our mind. But what makes this book truly fun to read are the timeless lessons wrapped around stories of the author’s child and various misbehaving employees. A simple but genius little book destined to be a classic like Who Moved My Cheese!

The book is available in Paperback, Kindle, or Nook and can be purchased at or or your favorite book store.

About Employees, Kids, and Pets
Paperback/Kindle/Nook: 114 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (August 17, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1469942097
ISBN-13: 978-1469942094
Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.3 inches
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Price: $7.99 to $12.95

About Eric Egeland
Eric is a proud father, happy husband, and President/founder of Capacity Business Consulting a business advisory and management consulting firm. Their broad array of services includes feasibility studies, funding preparation, issue analysis, improvement, marketing strategy, sales preparation, business brokerage, etc. for small- to medium-sized businesses and startups in any industry.

For more information about Eric and the book, visit

For more information about, call 845.764.9484, or e-mail info(at)CapacityConsultingInc(dot)com.

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