How can you apply what you learned as a parent to be a manager?

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Joseph McGee  (Author & District President, HDI)

Joseph McGee explains his philosophy that there is a parallel of from raising children to managing employees. He provides an example from his own life as a parent on the importance of not developing tunnel vision and to look to your own team for solutions to problems. He shares how he discovered a way to improve work productivity from sitting with one of his employees as they worked.


About Author

Joseph McGee

Author & District President, HDI

Joseph McGee has over 16 years' experience in the IT industry for leading corporate, financial and educational organizations. He has been involved in speaking topics such as "Building Team Dynamics" and "Leadership Lessons Inspired by a 6 year old", which has been expanded into the topics in this book. Joe is a Manager for Konica Minolta and also the District President of the CT HDI Chapter.

Interviewed By

Tracey Fitzpatrick

Tracey Fitzpatrick

Sarder TV Anchor & Former Market News Video Anchor

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