Review of Problem Solving
Written by Larry B. Gray
Reviewed by R. Murry
5000 words of a systemic approach to dealing with issues and opportunities on a daily basis in a business leadership position, and a story about a rabbit cornered by a rattlesnake, brings Larry B. Gray’s management point across – don’t let personnel conflicts fester.
Mr. Gray in a clear, simple, and direct writing style gives his step by step procedure on how to deal with employee issues that interrupt an operation. His processes are understandable and of use to those who want to be supervisors, managers, and to those in leadership roles.
Having been in numerous management positions, I found Problem Solving informative and right to the point with alternatives that help supervisors to reach their goals in a logical and productive way using non evasive steps.
There are only positive proper choices used to motivate a subordinate to do the right thing, until it is clear that there is no other alternative.
Team work is the backbone of any goal setting, and it’s up to the supervisor, manager, or leader to make it happen with the personnel he is in charge of.
Larry gives us a concrete guideline you should read if you care to be a good leader in your business environment.