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This newsletter could save your career

Carla Jones nearly lost it.

Here it was, her very first day as a line supervisor, and Mary Watkins was screaming – at her. So loudly that every head turned and all work stopped.

Imagine the thoughts that flashed through Carla's mind. Thoughts like If I tell her to shut up, she'll hate me ... If I back down, she'll think I'm a wimp ... and the worst one of all

"I'm not really cut out for this job."

Carla

And that's when Carla remembered advice she'd read that very morning. Some newsletter her boss had handed her. She'd skimmed it while drinking coffee. Intervene fast, it said. When someone acts out, stop them cold. Take a moment to center yourself ... make sure not to express anger ... but don't wait for a "better time."

Carla took a deep breath and did what she had to do. Mary calmed down – turned out she'd arrived at work already on edge due to a home issue. That afternoon, Carla's boss slipped her a thank-you with "Good job!" handwritten on the outside. Carla's new career was off to a fast start.

And it wouldn't have happened but for the tip from that newsletter. What the heck was that newsletter called, anyway?

Introducing ... MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK.

'Help Me': The Two Most Powerful Words
in the English Language?

Managing People at WorkMANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK was created especially for people like YOU. People with big responsibilities – a team to manage, morale to build, quotas to meet, work that must be out the door by noon Friday or else. People who could use a little help.

After all, no one was born knowing how to manage people. No one was born knowing …

  • How to defuse anger
  • How to read faces and minds
  • How to get the upper hand
  • How to say no.

You'd take a class if you had time ... but you don't, not with your workload. You'd stay up late reading those books your boss recommended ... but then who would put the kids to bed?

All of these situations are problems that plague you and your fellow managers. And solutions to ALL of them were provided in recent issues of MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK.

And wow, the tips and tricks you'll discover!

  • How to light a fire under entry-level workers. One super idea? Work alongside them an hour or so. Message: You're a hands-on boss. You value what they do. You care.
  • A great way to say "great job!" Meet with employee and boss, and work in the following praise phrase: "The project succeeded because of Joe. He won't say it but I will. Without his hard work and great ideas, the effort would have been a flop."
  • Energize a frustrated employee. Give them a quick assignment with a high chance of success. It's that simple.

This is a mere taste of what you'll discover in every issue of MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK. No business-school doublespeak, no pie-in-the-sky theories. Just down-to-earth advice from the front lines – what works for men and women facing situations like yours.

(We ought to know. We are Business Management Daily and we wrote the book. Since 1937, we've aided your colleagues [and competitors] with solid, practical advice and counsel. Our management information services include The HR Specialist, Manager's Legal Bulletin and Executive Leadership, to name just a few.)

Two Things You Must NEVER Do

Subscribe now! Or just keep reading this letter for tips aplenty. Here, for example, are two things NEVER to do:

  • NEVER commit harassment. You could be sued PERSONALLY. And your employer would not necessarily assist with your defense.
  • And don't assume it's not harassment because the parties are the same race, sex, etc. It's still actionable under Title VII. Here's what to say and do if someone brings a harassment claim to your attention: 1) "I'm glad you told me." 2) "You are important to us." 3) "I will help you immediately." Then contact HR.

These two tips alone could save you tens of thousands of dollars – money out of your own pocket – not to mention months of agony. (If you've ever been involved in a lawsuit, you know exactly what we mean.) They could even save your job ... save your very career.

Advice at Your Fingertips ... 24-7!

The MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK newsletter arrives twice a month via mail or email. It's four quick-reading pages jam-packed with advice and counsel to put to work right away.

But really ... it's two newsletters in one. The newsletter alternates with the MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK e-letter – your second helping of tips and guidance, plus web links made possible due to electronic delivery.

And that's just the beginning. MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK is an end-to-end support service – solutions at your fingertips any time night or day via the web and email.

Take the newsletter. We recommend archiving every copy. But fear not. Every single MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK issue back to Vol. 1 No. 1 is available with a click on our website, ManagingPeopleAtWork.com.

This website, password-protected from prying eyes, is full of solid gold. Insightful blogs by recognized experts. Videos. Podcasts. A quick-hit service we call the Manager's 90-Second Challenge, one-question interviews focusing on a specific problem ... and the solution.

But perhaps the most useful website feature is a searchable database not available anywhere else at any price. This database, the Employee Problem Solver, is where you discover solutions to more than 160 tricky workplace dilemmas. The Employee Problem Solver is available (no extra charge, of course) to registered subscribers ONLY. No one else ever gets to look at it.

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So here's a little challenge: Guess how much you'd pay to subscribe to MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK for one year.

Don't answer just yet. Factor in all the elements of our package, including up to seven Bonus Gifts that come FREE when you subscribe:

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  • The MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK e-letter, the email-only twice-monthly supplement crammed with tips and advice, links to added content and website alerts.
  • Keep NegativityFREE Bonus Gift #1 – Keep Negativity from Infecting Your Workplace. This webinar, conducted by noted office coaching expert Dr. Marie McIntyre, was recorded in its entirety and captured on CD. The CD and full conference materials are a $197 value. Your price: FREE with your one-year subscription.
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So ... What Was Your Guess?

Remember my challenge? To guess what your one-year subscription will cost? Time to find out how well you did.

$1,000 a year? Wa-a-aayy too high.

$500? Still out of the ballpark.

$200? Nah, even less. Give up?

Managing People at WorkA one-year subscription to MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK costs just $127. I bet you spend more – a lot more – on the cup of hot stuff you buy most mornings.

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It's your career. Make sure it's a success. Subscribe now.

Phil Ash

Phillip A. Ash
Publisher

Managing People at Work

Managing & MotivatingP.S. I almost forgot to tell you about FREE Bonus Gift #7! It's called Managing & Motivating the 7 Most Challenging Employee Types, another top-selling Marie McIntyre webinar recorded in full on CD with all supplementary materials. Just subscribe for two years at the extra-special discounted price of $227 and this second webinar-on-CD is yours FREE.

P.P.S. Remember Carla Jones, the novice manager whose story started this letter? Carla had been an administrative assistant, one of many in a 350-person organization. Only a few years of college but bright, personable, a go-getter. Leadership potential for sure. Yet on her first day as a manager, she nearly took a stumble that could have snuffed a promising career. Good thing that copy of MANAGING PEOPLE AT WORK was at hand. It saved her.


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