(PRWEB) May 10, 2013
Author Marc Thomas looks at the crucial differences between a boss and a leader in his helpful new nonfiction, “Is Your Boss A Moron?” (published by AuthorHouse), a book written for supervisors and employees alike.
“With the unemployment situation as it is today, bosses are taking even more advantage of their employees because they know how difficult it is for their employees to find another job,” Thomas writes. According to Thomas, this attitude is one of the things that separates a boss from a true leader.
Written in an informative, entertaining style, “Is Your Boss A Moron?” focuses on improving supervision and seeks to turn bosses into leaders. The book also contains a wealth of advice for employees when dealing with a difficult boss.
“I would like the reader to know that they are not the only one to have a boss instead of a leader to work with,” Thomas explains. “I would like bosses to know that they can become leaders and gain the respect of their staff and the results they would like from their staff.”
“Is Your Boss A Moron?”
By Marc Thomas
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 50 pages | ISBN 9781477279588
E-Book | 50 pages | ISBN 9781477279571
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Marc Thomas has held many jobs and has worked for both bosses and leaders. He has experience in business, healthcare, education and food service and has trained managers. He currently is a business instructor at the collegiate level focusing on communication skills between employees and supervisors. This is his first book.
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