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Being a Supervisor 1.0 is a handbook for first-time and aspiring supervisors, covering information useful in preparing to step into that role and fulfilling the duties of a supervisor on a daily basis. While the primary audience is the first-time supervisor, or aspiring supervisor, the book will also be a useful resource to experienced supervisors looking for help with daily supervisory tasks.

Being a Supervisor 1.0” is an excellent must-read resource for considering foundational management issues. Utilizing a quick-read format, Joe Duffy shares his lessons learned over a 45 year career, providing not only practical advice, but also many “tools” for managing. But, perhaps of most value, are the numerous questions that the reader is presented with, as these should help the reader to translate Mr. Duffy’s experiences and suggestions into the reader's own supervisory approach.
Terrence Cahill, EdD, FACHE | Department Chair and Associate Professor Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration Seton Hall University, Consultant, Leadership Coach 
Joe Duffy draws on a long, varied executive career to provide an intelligent, interesting road map for new and experienced supervisors. The writing is vivid, direct and practical; the wisdom of his advice pervades this useful contribution from a successful, seasoned leader.

J. Bryan Hehir | Secretary for Social Service, Archdiocese of Boston; Past President CCUSA 

Being a Supervisor 1.0" is a very practical reference guide for both seasoned managers and new supervisors, or for anyone with leadership responsibilities. The book contains excellent suggestions on ways leaders can embrace change. Joe Duffy provides first-rate recommendations that enable managers to work within different personalities and management styles. This book is a must read for anyone interested in management training

Kevin Lynch | Senior Consultant, IC Consulting 

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