Todd's Results

2008: Leading Our Team

This year is about...

January 2008: A quote Todd likes from "It's Okay to be the Boss" by Bruce Tulgan.

February 2008: A quote from It's Okay to Be the Boss by Bruce Tulgan.

March 2008: A quote Todd values from Bruce Tulgan's book.

April 2008: Does delegation mean letting go of work? Find out how you could be making a big mistake when delegating.

May 2008: Another quote from Bruce Tulgan's Book, It's Okay to Be the Boss.

June 2008: A quote Todd found valuable from Bruce Tulgans book, It's Okay to be the Boss

July 2008: Todd quotes "It's Okay to Be the Boss" to help zero in on small problems employees are having.

August 2008: Todd explains why you never name a behavior you want someone to improve.

September 2008: How to best handle conflict among team members.

October 2008: Todd shares a quote by Bruce Tulgan about how to handle an under-performing employee who chooses improve.

November 2008: Todd discusses why managers gravitate toward sameness in his latest Todd's Results.

December 2008: If you want to get the work done very well and very fast on favorable terms, you have to be very good at negotiating all the terms. Todd explains here.

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Todd Herman Associates is a business technology consulting firm focused on non-routine technology issues such as replacing QuickBooks, getting two systems to "talk" to each other, shrinking process cycle time, and taming large volumes of data.