“Theory You” Launches the Topic of Self-Mentoring
“Theory You” is all about the management of you. It prepares you for the management of others by first learning to manage yourself via a self-mentoring approach. You can manage yourself to promotions and prepare yourself to succeed when you are assigned to manage others. The principles will take you from day one to the corner office. “Theory You” is a real world approach to management that is based upon real life experiences as well as established management techniques and principles. It launches the topic of self-mentoring; manage you to better manage others. It’s the personal addition to “Theory X” and “Theory Y”.
In my previous blog I noted the new norm of a 72.5 hour work week for E.M.P.'s [executives, managers and professionals]. One of the major complaints that helped create this new norm was the time devoted to meetings by E.M.P.'s and the resultant impact on the rest of their work. [...]
A recent study published by the Harvard Business Review stated that the new norm for E.M.P.'s [executives, managers, professionals] is a 72.5 hour work week. That is the new norm and it has alarming implications. The typical work week breaks down to 13.5 hour days Monday to Friday and 5 [...]
According to a recent Gallup poll in 2014 companies promote the wrong person to a management role 82% of the time. In my book "Theory You" I noted that was one of the main reasons for writing the book. If we want to examine the problem there are several contributing [...]