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Mr. Michael H. Feuer

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Max-Wellness LLC

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Max-Wellness LLC

4400 Renaissance Parkway Suite 4

Cleveland, Ohio 44128

United States

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Affiliations

Founder
OfficeMax Inc.

Board of Advisors Member
Western Reserve Partners LLC

Founder
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Founder
HME company

Founder
HME company

Board Member
Cleveland Leadership Center

Board Member
The Taylor Institute

Founder
Newest Venture Max-Wellness

Board Member
United Way Services

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Board of Trustees
Menorah Park Center for Senior Living

Board of Trustees
Cuyahoga Community College

Vice Chairman
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Member of the Advisory Councils
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OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer gives some welcome advice on how to manage your difficult employees without sacrificing their productivity.
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Before you resign yourself to living in your own not-so-amusing TV show, OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer provides some commonsense management advice.
“First, know that there is no need for you to waste your time with poor performers or high maintenance employees who have an inflated sense of their own importance and ability,� says Feuer (pronounced “Foyer�), author of the new book The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business, and Outwit the Competition (Wiley, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-118-00391-6, $24.95, www.benevolentdictator.biz).
“It’s best to let them know straightaway that they aren’t a good fit for your organization. The dilemma, though, occurs when self-appointed superstars or other difficult types really are terrific and get the job done. And it’s even worse when they believe they’re irreplaceable, along with everybody elseâ€"including you.â€�
Feuer knows what he’s talking about: He has launched a number of successful business ventures, including OfficeMax and his newest business, Max-Wellness, a new and unique health and wellness retail chain.
The lessons he’s learned, as he writes in The Benevolent Dictator, have convinced him that leaders are most likely to succeed when their management style mirrors that of a benevolent dictator: At the end of the day, the “dictator� side of you calls the shots and makes the difficult decisions, but your “benevolent� side does so while putting the interests of the organization, your team, and your customers ahead of your own. And though it’s not easy, this means reining in your hard-to-handle employees while still developing their talents.
...
Michael Feuer cofounded OfficeMax in 1988 starting with one store and $20,000 of his own money, a partner, and a small group of investors. As CEO, he grew it to more than 1,000 stores worldwide with annual sales topping $5 billion. He is also CEO of Max-Ventures, a venture capital and retail consulting firm, and founder and CEO of Max-Wellness, a comprehensive health and wellness retail chain that launched in 2010.


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By Michael Feuer with Dustin Klein

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OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer gives some welcome advice on how to manage your difficult employees without sacrificing their productivity.
...
Before you resign yourself to living in your own not-so-amusing TV show, OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer provides some commonsense management advice.
“First, know that there is no need for you to waste your time with poor performers or high maintenance employees who have an inflated sense of their own importance and ability,� says Feuer (pronounced “Foyer�), author of the new book The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business, and Outwit the Competition (Wiley, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-118-00391-6, $24.95, www.benevolentdictator.biz).
“It’s best to let them know straightaway that they aren’t a good fit for your organization. The dilemma, though, occurs when self-appointed superstars or other difficult types really are terrific and get the job done. And it’s even worse when they believe they’re irreplaceable, along with everybody elseâ€"including you.â€�
Feuer knows what he’s talking about: He has launched a number of successful business ventures, including OfficeMax and his newest business, Max-Wellness, a new and unique health and wellness retail chain.
The lessons he’s learned, as he writes in The Benevolent Dictator, have convinced him that leaders are most likely to succeed when their management style mirrors that of a benevolent dictator: At the end of the day, the “dictator� side of you calls the shots and makes the difficult decisions, but your “benevolent� side does so while putting the interests of the organization, your team, and your customers ahead of your own. And though it’s not easy, this means reining in your hard-to-handle employees while still developing their talents.
...
Michael Feuer cofounded OfficeMax in 1988 starting with one store and $20,000 of his own money, a partner, and a small group of investors. As CEO, he grew it to more than 1,000 stores worldwide with annual sales topping $5 billion. He is also CEO of Max-Ventures, a venture capital and retail consulting firm, and founder and CEO of Max-Wellness, a comprehensive health and wellness retail chain that launched in 2010.


By Michael Feuer with Dustin ...

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By Michael Feuer with Dustin Klein

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OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer gives some welcome advice on how to manage your difficult employees without sacrificing their productivity.
...
Before you resign yourself to living in your own not-so-amusing TV show, OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer provides some commonsense management advice.
“First, know that there is no need for you to waste your time with poor performers or high maintenance employees who have an inflated sense of their own importance and ability,� says Feuer (pronounced “Foyer�), author of the new book The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business, and Outwit the Competition (Wiley, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-118-00391-6, $24.95, www.benevolentdictator.biz).
“It’s best to let them know straightaway that they aren’t a good fit for your organization. The dilemma, though, occurs when self-appointed superstars or other difficult types really are terrific and get the job done. And it’s even worse when they believe they’re irreplaceable, along with everybody elseâ€"including you.â€�
Feuer knows what he’s talking about: He has launched a number of successful business ventures, including OfficeMax and his newest business, Max-Wellness, a new and unique health and wellness retail chain.
The lessons he’s learned, as he writes in The Benevolent Dictator, have convinced him that leaders are most likely to succeed when their management style mirrors that of a benevolent dictator: At the end of the day, the “dictator� side of you calls the shots and makes the difficult decisions, but your “benevolent� side does so while putting the interests of the organization, your team, and your customers ahead of your own. And though it’s not easy, this means reining in your hard-to-handle employees while still developing their talents.
...
Michael Feuer cofounded OfficeMax in 1988 starting with one store and $20,000 of his own money, a partner, and a small group of investors. As CEO, he grew it to more than 1,000 stores worldwide with annual sales topping $5 billion. He is also CEO of Max-Ventures, a venture capital and retail consulting firm, and founder and CEO of Max-Wellness, a comprehensive health and wellness retail chain that launched in 2010.


By Michael Feuer with Dustin ...

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By Michael Feuer with Dustin Klein

...
OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer gives some welcome advice on how to manage your difficult employees without sacrificing their productivity.
...
Before you resign yourself to living in your own not-so-amusing TV show, OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer provides some commonsense management advice.
“First, know that there is no need for you to waste your time with poor performers or high maintenance employees who have an inflated sense of their own importance and ability,� says Feuer (pronounced “Foyer�), author of the new book The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business, and Outwit the Competition (Wiley, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-118-00391-6, $24.95, www.benevolentdictator.biz).
“It’s best to let them know straightaway that they aren’t a good fit for your organization. The dilemma, though, occurs when self-appointed superstars or other difficult types really are terrific and get the job done. And it’s even worse when they believe they’re irreplaceable, along with everybody elseâ€"including you.â€�
Feuer knows what he’s talking about: He has launched a number of successful business ventures, including OfficeMax and his newest business, Max-Wellness, a new and unique health and wellness retail chain.
The lessons he’s learned, as he writes in The Benevolent Dictator, have convinced him that leaders are most likely to succeed when their management style mirrors that of a benevolent dictator: At the end of the day, the “dictator� side of you calls the shots and makes the difficult decisions, but your “benevolent� side does so while putting the interests of the organization, your team, and your customers ahead of your own. And though it’s not easy, this means reining in your hard-to-handle employees while still developing their talents.
...
Michael Feuer cofounded OfficeMax in 1988 starting with one store and $20,000 of his own money, a partner, and a small group of investors. As CEO, he grew it to more than 1,000 stores worldwide with annual sales topping $5 billion. He is also CEO of Max-Ventures, a venture capital and retail consulting firm, and founder and CEO of Max-Wellness, a comprehensive health and wellness retail chain that launched in 2010.


By Michael Feuer with Dustin ...

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By Michael Feuer with Dustin Klein

...
OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer gives some welcome advice on how to manage your difficult employees without sacrificing their productivity.
...
Before you resign yourself to living in your own not-so-amusing TV show, OfficeMax Cofounder and former CEO Michael Feuer provides some commonsense management advice.
“First, know that there is no need for you to waste your time with poor performers or high maintenance employees who have an inflated sense of their own importance and ability,� says Feuer (pronounced “Foyer�), author of the new book The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business, and Outwit the Competition (Wiley, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-118-00391-6, $24.95, www.benevolentdictator.biz).
“It’s best to let them know straightaway that they aren’t a good fit for your organization. The dilemma, though, occurs when self-appointed superstars or other difficult types really are terrific and get the job done. And it’s even worse when they believe they’re irreplaceable, along with everybody elseâ€"including you.â€�
Feuer knows what he’s talking about: He has launched a number of successful business ventures, including OfficeMax and his newest business, Max-Wellness, a new and unique health and wellness retail chain.
The lessons he’s learned, as he writes in The Benevolent Dictator, have convinced him that leaders are most likely to succeed when their management style mirrors that of a benevolent dictator: At the end of the day, the “dictator� side of you calls the shots and makes the difficult decisions, but your “benevolent� side does so while putting the interests of the organization, your team, and your customers ahead of your own. And though it’s not easy, this means reining in your hard-to-handle employees while still developing their talents.
...
Michael Feuer cofounded OfficeMax in 1988 starting with one store and $20,000 of his own money, a partner, and a small group of investors. As CEO, he grew it to more than 1,000 stores worldwide with annual sales topping $5 billion. He is also CEO of Max-Ventures, a venture capital and retail consulting firm, and founder and CEO of Max-Wellness, a comprehensive health and wellness retail chain that launched in 2010.

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