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Publisher's Summary

If you want your staff to perform at their best, then you need to become the best damn manager ever, someone who can ignite your employees' passion for their jobs, enabling them to execute their duties at a high level whether you're there or not. The Best Damn Management Book Ever teaches managers, executives, and business owners how to do just that.
From the acclaimed author of The Best Damn Sales Book Ever, this concise trove of management wisdom outlines the nine keys to creating self-motivated high achievers. The Best Damn Management Book Ever uses entertaining real-life stories to explain practical, easy-to-implement strategies to hone your leadership skills. Learn to communicate more effectively with the people who report to you, gain insight, and determine each employee's "Hot Buttons" and motivators. Get detailed steps for creating a culture of excellence, including:

Set high standards, and help your people build winning streaks with daily goals that incrementally expand their comfort zones
Clearly explain to all of your employees the importance of their jobs
Teach people the tools and techniques to be self-motivated
Create opportunities for your middle-of-the-pack employees to interact with your top 10 percent
Learn to offer constructive criticism balanced by praise, recognition, and positive reinforcement
Let people do their jobs so that you don't waste your higher salary performing lower level tasks
Become the best damn leader your staff needs to achieve their goals and blow away the competition

©2011 Warren Greshes (P)2012 Gildan Media LLC
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Critic Reviews

"Warren's rapid fire presentations have always provided simple, easy-to-implement ideas that make a real impact and produce results. With his new audiobook, we have a ready reference tool to go back to and get refreshed on those concepts." (Bob Crostarosa, Senior Vice President, Marketing, TBC Retail Group)
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Customer Reviews

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2 out of 5 stars
By Teresa on 07-01-13

Very disappointing after reading the last book.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

It would not be possible to make this book 4 or 5 star unless Warren takes it off the shelf and rewrites it with the same enthusiam that was so infectious in the first book.

I don't know what happened to Warren on this one. After buying the Best damn sales I couldn't wait to buy another book.

Firstly it was edited very badly. A lot of silent space between the chapters.

Second it was too short,

Thirdly,did not cover any real tips for an aspiring starting manager who doesn't have the hiring ability or the ability to offer big incentives. Most people starting in management need help building and motivating a team. We need help in the financial and strategic planning. WARREN LIKE THE SALES BOOK!!!! where you talked through how to planhow many calls If you have already reached this level you wouldn't need a self help book.

It was just story after story about his Kids or the Giants coach. He even mentioned that he was an awful sales manager.

This was just a money spinner and quite frankly I would take this off the shelf Warren. You may get a second sale after the Sales Book but you won't get a third or a fourth.

What could Warren Greshes have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Re listen to your sales book or listen to this book. it won't take a genius to work out the difference.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

You just seemed completely lost and un focused.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Best Damn Management Book Ever?

First the Silences.

Second the stories about your wonderful parenting which start off mildly amusing and by the end of the first half extremely irritating. All parents thinks their children are wonderful and I am glad they have turned into wonderful achieving adults, but this will not help me adjust into a role as junior manager.

Thirdly, I hate sports but i wouldn't have minded one or two stories but not one and a half hours.

Any additional comments?

Do yourself and your company a favor and remove this book from any shelf or book store in the world

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