Managing my Manager:

And Taking His Job

by Dr. George Ojie-Ahamiojie



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/24/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 48
ISBN : 9781438913094

About the Book

There are a lot of managers out there that spend a lot of their time at work entrenched in their offices or operations, and buried in paperwork. I my opinion, they are good managers but poor leaders. They need effective leadership, empowerment and delegation, and time management skills. That is where you as a smart employee come in.

This book gives you step-by-step approach to help your manager get out of this boring and mundane work ethics and to be an effective and efficient manager. In the process of doing this and relying on you to keep him on task, track and schedule, you are learning his job, performing some of them, getting acquainted with office politics and looking upward to occupying your manager’s office.

This book will also teaches you how to effective part-take in office politics, relate to people very well, identify and analyze different types of managers and people.   

About the Author

Dr. George Ojie-Ahamiojie is a professor at Orlando Culinary Academy, in Orlando Florida, where he teaches several hospitality management courses.  He also teaches as an adjunct instructor at the University of Phoenix, and online at several universities across the country. His work experience has taken him through Hyatt Hotels, Marriott Hotels, and Walt Disney World resorts.


Dr. Ojie-Ahamiojie earned his doctorate and specialization degrees in Higher Education and Leadership from Argosy University/Sarasota, Sarasota, Florida; master degree in organizational management, and human resources management certification from University of Phoenix; and bachelor degree, and minor in psychology from University of Houston, Houston, Texas. He is a Certified Hospitality Educator.


Dr. Ojie-Ahamiojie is passionate about diversity and inclusive communication. He believes in employee motivation, helping them set attainable goals, training and developing, coaching and mentoring as one method of building employees’ mastery.


Dr. Ojie-Ahamiojie is the author of “Essential Leadership Skills for Hospitality Supervisors: An Experiential Approach” and “Managing my Manager and Taking His Job.” Part of his leadership philosophy is breaking all the rules; after all that is how he knows the limit of his powers.


Dr. Ojie-Ahamiojie is a member of International Council of Hotel, Restaurant, Institutional Education and The National Association of College & University Food Service.