Back to Back Issues Page
What’s inside your managerial toolkit?
June 17, 2014

Do you remember?

I asked you this question two weeks ago …

“What are your three most important tools inside your managerial toolkit?”

And most of you who replied to this question – rather than answering my question – you asked me about my own opinion.

Most of you replied back – and asked me this question:

“What do YOU think are the three most important tools that a manager – any manager – should have inside her managerial toolkit?”

I didn’t answer you individually because I cannot respond to every single email – however – I did read each and every one of them.

So – this is my answer to you …

In fact – my answer is two-fold …

First – I will gladly answer your question – I will tell you what I think in the next “Leader Newsletter” issue that I will publish on July 1st – I publish this newsletter on the first Tuesday of every month.

I will tell you about the three most important tools any manager should always have inside her managerial toolkit (in my humble opinion).

And second – IF you didn’t get a chance to reply back to my previous newsletter for whatever reason – this is your opportunity to tell me what managerial tool / technique you would really like to learn about – in order to “own” it and always have it inside your managerial toolkit.

Just hit the “Reply” button and tell me what it is – and I will write about it in a future newsletter issue.

So – go ahead: I am serious and I mean it

Hit the “Reply” button and tell me what managerial tool / technique you would honestly like to learn about.

Please click here to see the entire "Leader Newsletter" Archive.

Questions? Feedback? Reply to this Newsletter and tell me what you would like future issues to be about.

Feel free to re-send this "Leader Newsletter" to your colleagues.

Most recent 12 "Leader Newsletter" issues:

You must know the answer to this simple question
What organization do you want to build and lead?
A simple “hello” and the bottom line
Are these two assumptions costing you money?
Do you have a difficult employee?
Are you alert by choice - or stressed by default?
Do you want to get rid of stress?
Can’t you improve your team’s performance?
Misunderstandings cost you money
Your Goals on Steroids
Do you "control" your public-speaking nervousness?
Friendship with your Direct Reports

See you next month!
Joseluis Romero - Publisher
June 17, 2013. Copyright: All rights reserved
I publish "Leader Newsletter" on the first Tuesday of every month
Back to Back Issues Page