Beaufort, S.C. (PRWEB) July 11, 2014
Author and CEO of Human Resource Professionals Michael L. Ryan brings 50 years of experience to his new business guidebook, “Don’t Manage ’Em—Lead ’Em!: A Briefcase of Practical, By-the-Numbers Approaches to Leading Associates in the Workplace” (published by iUniverse), an innovative approach to helping companies lead associates.
“Don’t Manage ’Em—Lead ’Em!” focuses on the idea that all organizations have two assets: human assets and everything else. Ryan teaches readers how to utilize these assets and become effective leaders, achieving maximum productivity and success. His methods will help leaders develop skills such as:
Ryan describes the book as a briefcase full of files and enclosures that serve as tools for any effective leader. He offers both practical methods for leading associates as well as techniques for self-improvement, which he also believes to be an important quality of leaders.
“Most leadership books are academic and offer unrealistic approaches to maximizing productivity,” says Ryan. “The methods and ideas provided in this book are practical, proven and relevant. It is useful and not another document to gather dust on the bookshelf.”
“Don’t Manage ’Em—Lead ’Em!”
By Michael L. Ryan
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 552 pages | ISBN 9781491726136
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 552 pages | ISBN 9781491726129
E-Book | 552 pages | ISBN 9781491726143
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Michael L. Ryan is the president, CEO and founder of Human Resource Professionals, which serves leading organizations in government, healthcare and the private sector. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in industrial relations from Louisiana State University and served five years as a U.S. Army artillery captain before beginning his 45-year career as a corporate executive and management consultant.
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