How the World’s Best Managers Create Great Places to Work
Based on insights from the data that drives Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work for, and similar lists in 45 countries on six continents, Trust Rules shows you how to lead your team to achieve extraordinary business results.
This manager’s handbook ranked #1 Best Seller during its first week of launch on Amazon.co.uk. (‘Business .. > Reference & Education> International’) and according to one reviewer is “set to become a business classic”.
Senior Great Place to Work leader and management expert Bob Lee has studied Trust Index© survey feedback from two million employees across eighty countries to reveal the manager actions and attitudes that have the greatest impact on how their people experience the work place. The result is a comprehensive, easy-to-use guide to developing committed and high-performing employees who are genuinely passionate about what they do.
“I grew tired of buying management books that I could never find time to finish reading, so I wanted Trust Rules to be a book that a busy manager could read in ninety minutes max” Bob said recently. “When one reviewer wrote that ‘…there’s not a single sentence too much … it’s ideal for the managers who don’t usually read books‘, I knew I’d nailed it!” At just 27,000 words and 156 pages this may be one of the few management books you’ll actually find the time to read from cover-to-cover!
And why should you invest that time? Although every manager can be a great manager, most aren’t. That’s why great managers get noticed and stand out from the crowd. If you want to rise above the ordinary and lead your team to achieve extraordinary results, Trust Rules will show you how.
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Robert Levering, cofounder of Great Place to Work says “Here’s the book every manager should read. Bob Lee highlights sixteen rules managers should follow to build trust within their teams and organizations. In very clear and straightforward language, Lee encapsulates lessons based on research from Great Place to Work’s huge database of employee surveys and best management practices and his more than fifteen years of interviewing managers.”
McKinsey’s Michael Burchell – expert, organization solutions – writes that “Trust Rules provides succinct, smart, practical guidance on how to create a high-trust, high-performing workplace. Every manager should read this book and refer to it often.”