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The first Just In Time Boxed Set is available!

Posted on Monday, May 21st, 2018 at 12:00 pm by Gary Winters

The first three Just In Time Leadership Tips books are now available as a “boxed set” of ebooks. For the first time, you can get all three titles at one low price – lower than buying each separately. As you can see, the set includes Managing Friends & Former Peers, which is the best-selling Just In Time book […]


F is for Feedback

Posted on Sunday, April 7th, 2013 at 3:25 pm by Gary Winters

When you accepted the responsibility to be a leader, you got in the Feedback Delivery business. Your team thrives on your feedback. They want to know: How are we doing?  (How am I doing?) Are we on track? (Am I on track?) What are we doing well?  (What am I doing well?) Is there anything […]


Say, boss, I think I’m gonna retire…

Posted on Monday, February 4th, 2013 at 11:30 am by Gary Winters

If you’ve read What Your Boss Never Told You, my Quick Start Guide for New Managers, you met three types of employees – those who support you, those who sabotage, and those who split (but don’t actually leave). In March, I’m publishing a book to help managers with yet another kind of employee: those  who […]


Honestly, Is Honesty Always a Good Policy?

Posted on Monday, January 28th, 2013 at 10:51 am by Jan Arzooman

Many years ago, I was fired from a publishing job. My boss decided I was not performing to his standards, and without any warning, I was let go. With no similar job immediately forthcoming, I started doing temp work at a pool company. They liked my work enough to take me on as a permanent […]