When managers practice the fundamentals of strong leadership, everyone benefits.
Bruce Tulgan can help your workplace leaders become stronger. Learn more about Bruce’s keynotes, workshops, training programs and consulting services.
Bruce Tulgan has been committed to helping managers become strong leaders for over two decades. Since he founded RainmakerThinking in 1993, Bruce has helped tens of thousands of leaders in hundreds of organizations to break free of the vicious cycle of undermanagement, get back on track, and start producing real results for themselves and their teams.
Whether your leaders need help with the fundamentals of management, generational change in the workplace, or hiring and retention challenges, Bruce Tulgan provides the powerful insights and proven best-practices that can make a real difference in your organization.
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It may seem like management is ever-present. But what is missing in most workplaces is the human element of management: managers providing direct reports with the guidance, direction, support and coaching that they need to succeed.