Dan Poynter’s Global Ebook Awards recognized “Manage It Right!” for 2 awards:
2014 Careers/Employment Non-Fiction
2014 Best Ebook Cover
For a complete list of winners, click here.
A refreshing approach, highly recommended
A refreshing approach to a business management book. The book’s narrative style made it very real and easy for the reader to relate to Dennis and Chuck in their own lives. The attention to detail of business fundamentals and analysis was extremely helpful, it’s apparent Carlos and Dee Zorea are true professionals with a great deal of experience to share. I found the focus on time management and self-evaluation extremely insightful. I have already begun to implement positive change as a founding partner in a recent new business.
- MaryLou Giustini
Amazon.com customer review
In our second interview of our Q&A series, we were fortunate enough to interview Dr. Carlos Zorea, founder and CEO of Zorea Consulting, located in Chicago, IL. At 72 years of age, Dr. Zorea a graduate of Standford University’s Graduate School of Business, is a business management expert with fifty years of experience. Zorea Consulting helps their clients succeed, transforms how they manage their business, drives profitability and increases the value of their business. (read more)
by Sheyi Davies
Univision Conexion recently interviewed Carlos Zorea and Dee Zorea of Zorea Consulting about their new business management book, “Manage It Right!” and the importance of empowering middle managers with the right tools & know-how to improve business operations and organizations’ value. View the interview (in Spanish), click here.
Have you ever observed that businesses owners and compensation decision-makers in organizations over-bonus too many of their employees, be they under-performers or equal-bonus recipients regardless of performance? This is unfair to both the employer and the employees. It is unfair to the employer if the company is paying too much in bonuses. Those bonus monies might be better invested in needed capital equipment, new personnel, new business initiatives, etc. It is unfair to the high-performing employees whose bonus compensation does not reflect their relative contribution compared to lesser-performing colleagues. Unfair bonus compensation is a morale killer — it tells high-performers that their contributions are not valued as much (relative to the lower performers receiving bonus) and it unnecessarily rewards the lower performers. Over time, higher-performers will seek other opportunities outside the company, and the company is left with over-bonused under-performers. So why do so many companies endure these scenarios and […]