"Formula 2+2 provides a key building block for leaders at all levels of the organization to be effective coaches and teachers. Great leaders teach their organizations to win--2+2 is a required tool to get them there."
--Noel M. Tichy, author of the bestselling The Leadership Engine (with Eli Cohen) and The Cycle of Leadership
"Read this book. Practice the concepts presented. I guarantee it will make a difference in the way your organization operates. The 2+2 feedback and coaching system will build enthusiastic people that will better serve your customers and contribute to your organization."
--from the foreword by Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager
"Formula 2+2 shows managers and employees alike how to dish up regular doses of encouragement for everyone on the job: encouragement balanced with suggestions for improvement. Each becomes more meaningful with the other. 2+2 is the best approach to performance appraisal I've seen."
--Jack Canfield, coauthor of Chicken Soup for the Soul
"If you think managing and evaluating employees is frustrating, time-consuming, and exhausting, then read this book--right now! You will find out how to help employees be more productive and you'll help them to learn at a faster rate. And your own job might become more satisfying in the process. While you're at it, buy a copy for your boss."
--Dorothy Marcic, faculty member at Vanderbilt University and author of Managing with the Wisdom of Love
"Formula 2+2 addresses one of the most difficult human resource management challenges facing Chinese managers: giving effective performance feedback to employees without causing a loss of 'face.' The 2+2 system allows managers to address both positive and negative aspects of performance. This balanced approach encourages direct feedback with a constructive spirit."
--Xu Erming, Dean, School of Business, Renmin University of China, Beijing
"Homebuilders always emphasize quality. Formula 2+2 adds a powerful tool to the construction managers' 'toolbox' as they seek ways to coach their employees and hold them accountable for doing a great job."
--Chuck Shinn, President, Lee Evans Group Management Seminars for Homebuilders