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According to Gallup research, 9 out of 10 people are not naturally wired to manage people. Yet, two-thirds of managers are thrown into supervising people without direction. Kristin Sherry had a similar experience leading a team of 31 people for the first time without preparation. Packed with practical tools, frameworks and tips to grow your confidence and people management According to Gallup research, 9 out of 10 people are not naturally wired to manage people. Yet, two-thirds of managers are thrown into supervising people without direction. Kristin Sherry had a similar experience leading a team of 31 people for the first time without preparation. Packed with practical tools, frameworks and tips to grow your confidence and people management capabilities, this book will help you discover if management is the best fit for your talents, reveal directing and delegating styles, offer strategies and tactics for hiring, onboarding, training, developing others, and retaining and offboarding employees. Readers will find step-by-step support to create development plans, give feedback, motivate others and facilitate feedback sessions in this toolbox of actionable guidance. Hard learned lessons combined with experience coaching managers to improve their skills are delivered in this easy-to-follow guide to earn your team’s respect, get better results and help your team love Mondays.


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According to Gallup research, 9 out of 10 people are not naturally wired to manage people. Yet, two-thirds of managers are thrown into supervising people without direction. Kristin Sherry had a similar experience leading a team of 31 people for the first time without preparation. Packed with practical tools, frameworks and tips to grow your confidence and people management According to Gallup research, 9 out of 10 people are not naturally wired to manage people. Yet, two-thirds of managers are thrown into supervising people without direction. Kristin Sherry had a similar experience leading a team of 31 people for the first time without preparation. Packed with practical tools, frameworks and tips to grow your confidence and people management capabilities, this book will help you discover if management is the best fit for your talents, reveal directing and delegating styles, offer strategies and tactics for hiring, onboarding, training, developing others, and retaining and offboarding employees. Readers will find step-by-step support to create development plans, give feedback, motivate others and facilitate feedback sessions in this toolbox of actionable guidance. Hard learned lessons combined with experience coaching managers to improve their skills are delivered in this easy-to-follow guide to earn your team’s respect, get better results and help your team love Mondays.

43 review for Your Team Loves Mondays...Right?

  1. 4 out of 5

    Madison

    The title of this book is what caught my eye. I thought it was the perfect way of capturing when a team can have some difficulties working together, when personalities get in the way of productivity or working together. Your Team Loves Mondays...Right? is a practical guide to management, and encompasses a range of topics from key management traits to the entire process through onboarding to offbording. This book is suitable for managers or for would-be managers. It’s also helpful to those of us The title of this book is what caught my eye. I thought it was the perfect way of capturing when a team can have some difficulties working together, when personalities get in the way of productivity or working together. Your Team Loves Mondays...Right? is a practical guide to management, and encompasses a range of topics from key management traits to the entire process through onboarding to offbording. This book is suitable for managers or for would-be managers. It’s also helpful to those of us who are not managers but must work in a team and under managers. There are practical tips and plenty of examples. Kristin A. Sherry writes from her vast practical experience. The book starts with breaking down the most effective characteristics of managers and moves into an assessment for the reader’s management style and fit for managerial work. The book then moves into the many possible stages of management, from hiring workers, induction training, working with their teams and training them up to the way in which to best go about discharging employees. There are case studies and examples. There are also many tools, self-assessments, and further resources links, all of which make this a practical and useful guide to management. The publishers provided an advanced readers copy of this book for reviewing purposes. All opinions are my own. Find more reviews, reading age guides, content advisory, and recommendations on my blog Madison's Library

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Tilley

    This book is so good! I don’t usually rejoice over business books but I love this. Most books I read are theoretical. That’s great for philosophy but it’s the last thing I want in a business book I want to be able to open it, read for a couple minutes, and get something I can use. I love this book because it allows me to do that. The advice is a mixture of tested wisdom and original thinking. Really a must-read for any current or future leader

  3. 4 out of 5

    Laurel

    As a new manager, I found this book full of practical information. Even if you are versed in the business world " Your Team.." still holds gems to improve the way you manage from how to give advice, to causes of associate burnout. I will definitely return to this book to work through some of the thought exercises, and rewrite onboarding guides for new associates. The only section I found slightly confusing was on manger priorities. I found I had keep flipping back pages to remind myself what the As a new manager, I found this book full of practical information. Even if you are versed in the business world " Your Team.." still holds gems to improve the way you manage from how to give advice, to causes of associate burnout. I will definitely return to this book to work through some of the thought exercises, and rewrite onboarding guides for new associates. The only section I found slightly confusing was on manger priorities. I found I had keep flipping back pages to remind myself what the priorities were for each, and how this played out in manager and associate fit. A good read for managers who are new, or those who want to a refresh.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jody

    This book has some good insights in and was helpful for different levels of management. Having recently completed a management course a lot was already known to me; we also use DISC profiles within our business. However, this was one of the first management books I’ve seen to use and explain the DISC system and I really liked that aspect, it was really easy to read and understand and will be recommending it to others for that reason!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    Your Team Loves Mondays....Right? Is a very well thought out book. It addresses many different issues when going into a management position. From the beginning you are given was to learn your management type as well as the learning types of your associates. Highly recommend for someone new to the management ppxition5.

  6. 5 out of 5

    E.

    Well described method It seems to be a method used by larger companies. It does a service to a large number of people. There are circumstances under which this process does a disservice to some employees, but for the most part has been successfully implemented by some larger companies.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ozgun

    Exceeded my expectations

  8. 4 out of 5

    Paiman Chen

    Lack of flexibility and poor leadership can rob a team of motivation.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Juan Pablo Gómez

    Not the most impacting book. This is my first review based on a getabstract summary. Not sure if this is a reason for my 3-star rating. I did not care for the manager’s styles section... really did not see the point, it did not even make to my evernote summary. The 7 factors to keep your team motivated was a more useful section, though. One improvement opportunity for this specific section would have been to focus more on what to do rather than on what to avoid. Action plan for me: ask my team i Not the most impacting book. This is my first review based on a getabstract summary. Not sure if this is a reason for my 3-star rating. I did not care for the manager’s styles section... really did not see the point, it did not even make to my evernote summary. The 7 factors to keep your team motivated was a more useful section, though. One improvement opportunity for this specific section would have been to focus more on what to do rather than on what to avoid. Action plan for me: ask my team if they feel motivated and how can we improve. I’m skipping the full book this time.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kristin A. Sherry

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