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The One Primer You Need To Develop Your Managerial And Leadership SkillsWhether Youre A New Manager Or Looking To Have Influence In Your Current Management Role, The Challenges You Face Come In All Shapes And Sizesa Direct Reports Anxious Questions, Your Bosss Last Minute Assignment Of An Important Presentation, Or A Blank Business Case Staring You In The Face To Reach Your Full Potential In These Situations, You Need To Master A New Set Of Business And Personal SkillsPacked With Step By Step Advice And Wisdom From Harvard Business Reviews Management Archive, The HBR Managers Handbook Provides Best Practices On Topics From Understanding Key Financial Statements And The Fundamentals Of Strategy To Emotional Intelligence And Building Your Employees Trust The Books Brief Sections Allow You To Home In Quickly On The Solutions You Need Right Awayor Take A Deeper Dive If You Need ContextKeep This Comprehensive Guide With You Throughout Your Career And Be A Impactful Leader In Your OrganizationIn The HBR Managers Handbook Youll Find Step By Step Guidance Through Common Managerial Tasks Short Sections And Chapters That You Can Turn To Quickly As A Need Arises Self Assessments Throughout Exercises And Templates To Help You Practice And Apply The Concepts In The Book Concise Explanations Of The Latest Research And Thinking On Important Management Skills From Harvard Business Review Experts Such As Dan Goleman, Clayton Christensen, John Kotter, And Michael Porter Real Life Stories From Working Managers Recaps And Action Items At The End Of Each Chapter That Allow You To Reinforce Or Review The Ideas QuicklyThe Skills Covered In The Book Include Transitioning Into A Leadership Role Building Trust And Credibility Developing Emotional Intelligence Becoming A Person Of Influence Developing Yourself As A Leader Giving Effective Feedback Leading Teams Fostering Creativity Mastering The Basics Of Strategy Learning To Use Financial Tools Developing A Business CaseHarvard Business Review Is The Leading Destination For Smart Management Thinking Through Its Flagship Magazine, International Licensed Editions, Books From Harvard Business Review Press, And Digital Content And Tools Published On HBR, Harvard Business Review Provides Professionals Around The World With Rigorous Insights And Best Practices To Lead Themselves And Their Organizations Effectively And To Make A Positive Impact


5 thoughts on “The Harvard Business Review Manager's Handbook: The 17 Skills Leaders Need to Stand Out (HBR Handbooks) (English Edition)

  1. Ness Ness says:

    This book was a textbook for a required class on management in my graduate school program Overall, I felt it had good advice for new managers Some of it, I disagreed with for example, telling people who get interrupted in meetings it s their fault for not having thorough knowledge of the business and some didn t mesh well with my own management experience Even so, it s a good resource for managers and gave me plenty to think about.


  2. Kindle Customer Kindle Customer says:

    Everything you need to as a manager to work with your team to deliver great results You don t need to read the book in one go from A Z Like me, you can use it as a reference book, go back to it anytime you want, jump to the chapter covering the specific leadership skill you want to apply There are 16 in total.And what I like above all are the step by step guidance with guding questions and case studies.Overall, a good book.


  3. ReadingBear ReadingBear says:

    There are very few books I have read that offer such deep insights and clear actions.This is a must read for new managers It will change your views on managment leadership and sharpen your focus in the leverages of success in the new role.It is equally a must read for current experienced managers It will help you shed the common misconceptions about managment leadership and refine your approach.This is a book I wished I read earlier in my career that said, it is a book I will always reread as often as possible.


  4. glotzy glotzy says:

    Easy to read Excellent quality content and great advice for a new or longer term manager.


  5. L. E. Redick L. E. Redick says:

    This book is well organised and hits the salient points right on the head A good book to share with your managers It can also be used to redirect after a detour.