PLYMOUTH, Minn., Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- John Graci's debut book, "The Buck Stops With You!" exposes today's leaders who are quick to blame employees for having bad attitudes without first looking in the mirror and asking what they did to cause the situation.
In this book, Graci portrays bosses who are practicing management without a license. Graci uses a tell-it-like-it-is style, relying on hard-hitting examples and illustrations to wake up leaders and get them to rethink their value system and management style. Some of what Graci says will have leaders grimacing in guilt, knowing they have made some of these mistakes. But they'll also learn new techniques and strategies to replace what hasn't been working.
As Graci himself writes in his leadership guide:
Leaders need to fully understand they possess an immense amount of power and authority. Managers have the power to make employees feel good or absolutely miserable about coming to work.
"The Buck Stops With You!" offers techniques that cost nothing to implement and fall under a leader's control. After getting these tips, the question is: "Will the manager make the choice to change their ways or continue doing the same thing over and over, being stunned that their employees have bad attitudes?"
Leaders, who are judged on getting work and decisions done through their staff, will instantly see a change in the attitude and productivity of their employees.
Caution: Managers who don't apply Graci's candid advice can't go to the proverbial local bar or fitness club and complain about their employees, because the buck stops with them.
Graci's nationally recognized keynote presentation, "Motivating Employees Using Common Sense," has provided thousands of supervisors, managers, and leaders -- many in Fortune 500 companies -- with practical methods to make their jobs easier while improving the productivity and morale of their employees.
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