MTools helping to become a more effective manager

Manager Tools produces two free weekly podcasts designed to give managers and individual contributors actionable recommendations to further their careers: Manager Tools and Career Tools.

The podcast is focused on helping people become a more effective manager and leader. Each week Mark and Mike are talking about new tools and easy techniques you can use to help achieve your management objectives. The Manager Tools podcast is downloaded over 80,000 times weekly.

Manager Tools won the Peoples Choice Podcast Awards in the business category in 2006, 2007 and 2009. In 2008 it also won the overall Peoples Choice category. Career Tools won the best Business Podcast at the 2010 Podcast Awards.

You can find all the Manager Tools podcasts here:
and the basics casts here:

Career Tools gives you the tools you need to accelerate your career, whether a manager or not. Career Tools follows Manager Tools lead in giving practical, actionable guidance which you can implement today.

You can find all the Career Tools podcasts here:

Mark Horstman and Mike Auzenne are co-founders of Manager Tools LLC, a management consulting firm.  They regularly provide consultancy and training to managers in Fortune 1000 companies around the world. Both co-founders are United States Military Academy graduates West Point and former US Army officers. Michael Auzenne was previously a technology manager and executive, culminating in managing MCIs capital technology spending programs. Mark Horstman was a manager and executive in sales and marketing at Procter & Gamble. Mark has been coaching and training managers and executives since 1988.

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