SAINT PAUL, Minn., March 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- How does someone build a thriving business with loyal customers and employees? How does someone craft a workplace that wins dozens of awards for being a best place to work and, more importantly, is filled with happy employees who rarely leave? How does someone generate healthy annual profits while still facilitating life balance, not only for himself but also his employees? Ask Tom Salonek, founder and CEO of Intertech, a Minnesota-based IT consulting and training company. Better yet, read his new book, The 100: Building Blocks for Business Leadership(Agate B2, 978-1-57284-196-3, $14).
Salonek, who founded Intertech in 1991, has intentionally developed a company where people thrive – personally and professionally - and customers receive best in class IT services and training. His book, a sort of self-help manual for small business leaders and corporate managers alike, contains 100 short lessons filled with hands-on techniques and practical advice based on concepts Salonek learned at Intertech and through executive education he pursued at Harvard, MIT and the University of St. Thomas.
Best of all, The 100 is practical, pithy and comes with 30-plus downloadable resources for implementing the book's concepts. The 100 is available in both print and electronic formats through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million and a variety of local independent booksellers.
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