Christer Ackerman writes new guide to manager-employee relations

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New book helps improve business operations, shows how to become better manager, employee

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The book gives practical examples of how both sides of the employee-manager relationship can develop and improve their contributions to the success of any business.

Author Christer Ackerman sheds light on both sides of the corporate coin in his new two-part business book, “The Manager and the Employee” (published by Lulu).

With a split format where one half of the book was written for managers and leaders and the other was written for employees, Ackerman’s book essentially has two front covers. Readers can flip the book one way and read about how to become a better manager; flipping the book over itself reveals a second book about how to become a better employee.

“The book challenges conventional thinking, introduces new ideas and fosters positive change,” Ackerman says. “The common quest is to change the underlying beliefs, mindsets, institutions and structures that hold back managers and employees.”

In the book’s managerial portion, Ackerman points out various strengths managers seek in employees, including responsibility, loyalty, a proactive attitude, motivation and cooperation. On the flip side, a list of preferable qualities employees like to see in managers is presented: confidence-inspiring, fair, open, motivating and clear.

The book gives practical examples of how both sides of the employee-manager relationship can develop and improve their contributions to the success of any business.

“The Manager and the Employee”
By Christer Ackerman
Softcover | 5.83 x 8.26 in | 312 pages | ISBN 9781312695146
E-Book | 312 pages | ISBN 9781329202597

About the Author
Christer Ackerman has been a consultant for 20 years. He is co-owner of Scandinavian Employeeship Institute AB, a consulting business that focuses on developing employeeship through managers. Previously, he worked as a lawyer specializing in company law, ran a small hotel and restaurant business, served as an operational manager with Scandinavian Airlines Group, was a director in a state government institution and served as manager of the Stockholm Söder correctional facility – an organization of 250 employees. Now he writes books about employeeship and personal interaction in the workplace. He is currently at work on a novel and a collection of poetry.

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