This book is written for ethical managers who are receptive to new ideas as they strive to provide a work environment where the foundation is respect, integrity, fairness, and compassion. We share insights that have worked well for our company over the last 25-plus years. By applying the principles in this book, our start-up company has prospered and exceeded well beyond our initial goals! I believe the principles will help your organization as well! My hope is that my philosophies (yes, Judeo-Christian principles) will resonate with managers at all levels in business, government, and non-profits. This book will also be helpful to college students needing reinforcement to stay focused on honesty and integrity in their future careers. I do not pretend that the principles in this book will be easy and effective in all workplace settings. For example, a manager in a large organization may have some limitations based on strict policies. However, with some creativity and determination, many of the principles will fit within a department and not be in conflict with policies. Many of the concepts involve little or no cost. Plus, our against the tide principles may provide the encouragement needed to work toward revision of restrictive policies. RON HABERKORN (author)
Boss Life: Surviving my own small business₦2,500.00
When columnist Paul Downs was approached by The New York Times to write for their “You’re the Boss” blog, he had been running his custom furniture business for twenty-four years strong. or mostly strong. Now, in his first book, Downs paints an honest portrait of a real business, with a real boss, a real set of employees, and the real challenges they face.