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Management in Balance

Not everyone is a natural when it comes to management. And yet, in many big companies and organizations, the “reward” for being a top performer and excelling in your current role is to be plunged into management—often with very little warning, and even less time to adjust to the vastly different job description and requirements.


If this describes your situation, you’ll find strategies, solutions, and much-needed guidance in Mike Lerario’s second book, Management in Balance. In these pages, he outlines the four essential domains of management—Time, Material, Risk, and Change—and shares how managers can introduce higher levels of efficiency into their systems and within their teams. He also discusses what it means to manage with balance, and why it’s important to do so, not only for the stability of the company but also for everyone in the heart of your organization.


Whether you’re a seasoned manager looking to grow and improve your performance, or you’ve recently been promoted to management and have no idea how to get started, Lerario’s book will bring you the confidence and clarity you need to succeed in your management position.




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