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“Margo’s one to ones have helped me to relate even more of the programme to real challenges within my team. She has given me tools to use and refer back to in order to continue developing my skills as a manager.”
Kelley Blanchflower, Head of Proposals

The Step-Up Mindset for New Managers

This is the book that will cut through the unnecessary hype.  
A highly effective yet simple approach to becoming a great manager.


Amazon No 1 bestseller in UK, Australia and Canada.


It is rare for a Leadership and Management Coach and Mentor to come along who has an in-depth understanding and empathy for the most junior to the most senior managers. Margo does just that: she has a crystal clear knowledge of the issues and concerns managers face. I suspect part of the reason for this is Margo continues to work with junior staff to ensure that she gets a 360 degree picture of the environment that managers are working within. In this book, Margo takes the mystery and fog out of management for first time managers. She gives them a book that embraces not just the practical skills, but also behaviour and attitude alignment. She translates this into an easy read with practical exercises and reflections. I will be purchasing this book for all my first time managers, and some of my more senior managers who could also learn from it. - Sharron Clow, Director of HR and Legacy, Legacy Strategies Limited

“As a very experienced manager, this book introduced me to new concepts and reminded me to reinforce my management foundations.”
Tony Falltrick, Service Operations Manager

Managers and Leaders can’t be everything to all. The reality is that many managers and leaders are not much to anyone.