From the brain trust at The Atlanta Consulting Group comes a simple method hailed as a revolution in management practice: learning to care.
Caring isn’t a frill. It delivers results. And for some unenlightened managers, learning to care can be a matter of corporate life or death.
Managing from the Heart is the story of Harry Hartwell, a composite character drawn from decades of the authors’ field experience on the front lines of management reform. Known by his staffers as “the Abominable No Man,” Harry’s remarkable transformation into a caring and compassionate manage offers an easy-to-apply business parable—and an absolutely painless, one-of-a-kind learning experience. Acquire the five principles of caring management. Your people will be glad you did. And so will everyone who keeps an eye on your bottom line.
Praise for Managing from the Heart
“Outstanding! Delivers the right message at a critical time.”—Lee A. Robbins, VP and CFO, Puritan Bennett
“Five powerful principles, so simple they are arresting. Their application by every manager can catapult a company to new heights of greatness.”—Don M. Schrello, chairman, Schrello Direct Marketing, Inc.
“Much needed!”—Norman Vincent Peale
“Managing from the Heart is a gift you should give to yourself and your people. It outlines a beautiful philosophy that if applied will not only impact human satisfaction in your organization, but bottom line results.”—Kenneth Blanchard, Ph.D., co-author of The One Minute Manager