About the Author

Bruce Tulgan

Bruce Tulgan

Bruce Tulgan is an adviser to business leaders all over the world and a sought-after keynote speaker and seminar leader. He is the founder and CEO of RainmakerThinking, Inc., a management research and training firm, as well as RainmakerThinking.training, an online training company. He has authored numerous books, including the best-selling It’s Okay to Be the Boss (2007), the classic Managing Generation X (1995), The 27 Challenges Managers Face: Step-By-Step Solutions to (Nearly) All of Your Management Problems (2014), It’s Okay to Manage Your Boss (2010), and his newest release Bridging the Soft Skills Gap: How to Teach the Missing Basics to Today’s Young Talent (2015). Tulgan can be reached by email at brucet (at) rainmakerthinking (dot) com.

Articles by Bruce Tulgan

Managing Workplace Anger in the Retail Industry

Workplace Safety

Managing Workplace Anger in the Retail Industry

When thinking about workplace anger, many people think immediately of famous workplace shootings with terrible casualties. The devastation of these violent tragedies includes loss of life, serious injury, and incredible psychological trauma, as well as considerable property damage. Actual workplace violence is the most extreme, the most costly, and perhaps

The Soft Skills Gap and Generation Z

Professional Development

The Soft Skills Gap and Generation Z

If you are like most managers with employees in their late teens and twenties, then you no doubt have first-hand experience with a very serious management challenge that has been growing especially fast in recent years: an ever-widening “soft skills gap” in the workforce, especially among the newest young workforce.

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The Under-Management Epidemic

Professional Development

The Under-Management Epidemic

Is it the case, as so many factors seem to indicate, that a great many leaders, managers, and supervisors in today’s workplace are failing to lead, manage, and supervise? What is the scope of the problem? How deep? How widespread? Is it a new problem? Are there systemic causes? What are the acute causes? What