The Manager's Dilemma: Balancing the Inverse Equation of Increasing Demands and Shrinking Resources
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When 80% of managers say the demands they face are increasing—but the resources to meet those growing responsibilities are not—it signals a dangerous and unavoidable problem for the millions of managerial professionals embedded within every sector and industry of our economy. But there are no simple solutions to reduce the gap because this is no ordinary challenge.
The Manager's Dilemma artfully details the challenges that leaders truly face each day as we strive to propel our organizations forward while working to balance an array of conflicting priorities. Jesse Sostrin prescribes real, practical solutions that actually work and will transform the way you lead. Managers at all levels need to take the time to absorb his insights and implement his solutions - they will catalyze positive personal and professional development beyond your expectations.
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About the Author
Jesse Sostrin, PhD, is an internationally recognized thought leader working at the intersection of individual and organizational success. His innovative ideas on leadership and the changing world of work have been featured in a variety of media outlets, including MSNBC, Fox Business, and NPR, and his work has appeared in publications such as Fast Company, Entrepreneur, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, The Globe and Mail (Canada), and The Sun (UK). His last two books, The Manager's Dilemma and Beyond the Job Description, helped to establish his place in the next generation of thinkers challenging the conventional wisdom about working, managing, and leading well. Learn more at www.jessesostrin.com.
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