Messing presents a time-tested framework to improve self-awareness in The Tao of Management. This practical book takes you beyond the basics of being a boss by helping you understand your environment and skills. Through development and learning, managers gain insight and can influence their team.
By following the Tao, or the “Way,” managers will see improved results professionally, and satisfaction will follow personally. Messing also looks at the I Ching in this guide for professional development.
The Tao of Management enables one to tap into their inner resources and unlock possibilities, regardless of setting. The path to successful management skills lies within the leader. As a manager attains wisdom and knowledge, the results become real success and accomplishments. Having harmony amongst the team enhances productivity and effectiveness.
Messing recognizes that management has obstacles. The Tao of Management gives readers a humble approach on how to overcome struggles and be more effective. As managers hone their skills to become stronger leaders, they will soon enjoy all life has to offer. This professional development book takes a different approach than other guides.
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“A manager’s real encounter with the I Ching.” Will Schultz
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The Tao is an embodiment of the practical age-old experience and sage common sense. I personally used the lessons contained in this book to build a ten-million-dollar company. A common misconception is business is about products when business is more about people, and their needs, desires, and fears. If money is your only goal, perhaps this book is not for you. However, if you feel the challenge of management is an opportunity to broaden your life experience the Tao of Management can help you realize your goals with insights very relevant today. The Tao is about working with the natural potential we all have but sometimes forget during the normal everyday grind. You will be surprised by how definitive it is in handling the most common problems you will face on a day-to-day basis.