The Manager’s Resource Handbook is just that, a reference guide for managers to offer advice and tips on a variety of challenges that modern managers face in today’s harsh business environment.  Our articles capture our real life experiences managing teams at large multinational corporations.  Because we ourselves struggled with many of these issues, we wanted to share our knowledge with you so that maybe you can learn from our mistakes and lessons learned.  Most of what we write is of our own creation – our own views, thoughts and approaches to the challenges we face – as well as the lessons we’ve picked up along the way.  Anything that is not of our own creation will be cited appropriately.

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The authors of these articles have all worked full time at large corporations, from where some of our content is derived.  The stories and examples provided in our posts are true, although we have changed names for privacy purposes. Our collective experience comes from several industries, companies, and numerous countries around the globe.  We have all dealt with performance evaluations, company metrics, and difficult customers.  We, ourselves, have had great managers, and terrible bosses. For the organizations we lead today, we have tried to take these experiences and learn from them to do our jobs better.

We all had our first day as a manager of people, just like all of you.  Your first day on the job as a manager can be exciting yet overwhelming.  For those of you more experienced, you know all-too-well that the higher you go in an organization, the more complex and difficult the challenges become. Regardless of which group you fall in, we are here to help answer questions and guide you through the journey.

Those of us at Manager’s Resource Handbook genuinely hope you enjoy our articles and resources.  We hope that through our stories and a hint of humor, you’ll be able to use some of what we’ve learned in your own careers.  We would love to hear from you should you have any feedback.  Please use our CONTACT US page.

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Tim G.
The Manager’s Resource Handbook
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