Anne Libby
On #Management

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In each issue, members receive my analysis and insight on a management topic.  Sometimes I add references to stories, films -- and more -- that illuminate useful principles for people who manage people at work.  Issues may include:
  • Audio of my conversation with a practitioner or expert, usually exclusive to the newsletter.  (Here are some samples.)
  • My analysis of headline-grabbing clickbait about the workplace, some of which we should just ignore.
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You learn to manage people In Real Life; reading is a supplement.  My newsletters don't feature many (any?) business best-sellers:  there are other voices that amplify the deep creativity you can bring to the work of managing people.

There's no public archive.  #transgressive 

Join me, and your welcome email will contain a link to the most recent issue, #29, Summer Reading.  This time, my audio conversation features Gary Chou and Kirsten Lambertsen on books that have influenced them at work.  (And as it turns out, neither of them recommended an actual book, which was fine by me!)

Thank you,

Anne Libby

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