Publications


The Good Guide to Bad Management



It is an interesting juxtaposition... Most people can easily identify the bad habits of their managers; even managers can readily outline the failings of their own superiors. However, ask any manager if they consider themselves to be a good or a bad manager, and chances are, very few will admit to being a bad manager.


Research has however shown that around 55 percent of employees (including managers) believe their boss lacks competence and confidence.


The Good Guide To Bad Management - examines real world situations and examples of management practice which have no place in the workplace, save to offer case study of how managers should not behave.


Fifty-Five percent of employees (including managers) believe their manager lacks competence and confidence. The Good Guide To Bad Management will address the causes of managerial underperformance.


It will enable aspiring, and existing Leaders and Managers, to review their own traits and style, and ask themselves if they really are a good manager. I'll also examine the areas of bad management and offer lessons on how to avoid making the same mistakes, and excel in developing a good management approach.