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I'm leadering a small team, it's my second team. What books will helpme to become a great manager?

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  • 6
    ****support**** your team, don't command. Do that and anything else is extra
  • 1
    Experience and not being a self serving, self important, self ass covering twat.
    I do have one book recommendation which is one of my favourite books: https://amazon.com/Leaders-Eat-Last...
    There is a short version on YouTube: https://youtu.be/cXBov9KVoTE
    There are other clips from him as well and some Ted talks. I recommend you look for them.
    Good luck!
  • 4
    Congrats! Can't think of any books off the bat, but be there for your people as a CO-worker, and not a BOSS. Support them, don't push them under the bus. Be a leader, not a manager. Celebrate their life events. Buy them donuts. I'm not joking.
  • 1
    I used to have a whole list of military text that dad had provided but for the life of me I can't remember which was which. I think we were soldiers was one, maybe starship troopers (the book) as well but then that one may have been more about politics and combat life, I can't remember.
  • 1
    Dont read any books.
    Learn from experiences and stories of managers online
  • 4
    "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu
  • 2
    @Jilano you know I started to say that but thats more for strategy isn't it? I can't remember now
  • 2
    "Emperors Handbook" (Meditations) - Marcus Aurelius
  • 1
    Books can't make you a good manager, your behavior can. Be a good colleague, give them a way to go, help them on their doubts and work with them on few things. Give them a shade if something went wrong as a team rather than blaming them.
  • 3
    Dilbert: Way of the weasel.

    There are more books about management out there - Dilbert will show up with the real hazards.
  • 3
    "How to win friends and influence people" by Dale Carnegie
  • 3
    Ah, now I remember. Leadership Secrets of Atilla the Hun. In spite of the title, it's a common sense book. I've always thought a head on the end of a pike to be pretty motivational. Seriously, a good book.
  • 0
    Thank you to all of you! Im doing my best! Hugs and no bugs!
  • 1
    @iAmNaN I'm gojng to check that one out. Attila is given far too little credit as a leader.
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