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Be a Better Manager in Five Minutes a Day: Create Trust in Your Team is an inspirational book by Dominic McLoughlin. Through hypothetical situations and real-life experiences, McLoughlin shows that leaders who are open to change, demonstrate desirable behavior, and focus on people will create a more cohesive team. He understands the need for application, so through exercises he asks questions leading the reader down a path that will help them discover the best way to employ his method. Clear graphics help more visual individuals with certain topics, as the author discusses information they may know but need to utilize daily.
Dominic McLoughlin encourages his readers to practice and reflect for five minutes a day in a conversational tone. Managers who wish to lead by example while becoming more approachable and inspirational will find it hard to put the book down. Readers can review the text page by page or dip into a section for help in their specific areas of difficulty. McLoughlin understands that there are many ways to manage people, but he outlines the best strategies for making an interconnected team. The author provides a generous gift with his book. He offers a free starter kit with tutorial videos, downloadable workbooks, and videos to help individuals who want to begin their journey right away. Readers can feel comfortable applying his suggestions as they are based on his experiences and observations. Be a Better Manager in Five Minutes a Day is a good choice for readers who want to learn practical management skills that they can apply to their management style.