A personal License to the written materials supporting our podcasts and the Interview Creation Tool, as well as some significant extra benefits.

What's Included

Written Materials

  • All our guidance in writing. Read in 10-15 minutes what it takes 30-40 minutes to listen to. Searchable too.
  • Things I Think I Think - Mark's weekly newsletter to licensees.


Email support from Mark, Wendii, Kate and Sarah within 48 hours. If you're facing the problem, we've answered the question before.

The Archive

All the previous years shownotes. All of our actionable management advice. Getting ahead. Transitions. Thousands of pages.


  • Interview Creation Tool - create an interview tailored to the role you're hiring for.
  • The Trinity Roll-out Emails - Step by step instructions for rolling out One-on-Ones, Feedback, Coaching and Delegation in an interactive email series. Over 100 emails over the course of 12 months. A year's worth of support.

I have concluded that more than anything else, applying your guidance over the last five years has helped me become the manager I am today. I thank you for this and hope you take a minute to read through and understand the profound impact you've had on me personally and my global organization of 220 people.

Luke VanDongen

Following the advice and common sense that Manager Tools advocates has made me a more effective manager; which has helped me build my management team and make our company a better place to work. In short, Manager Tools has improved the quality of work life for all employees at my company. Thanks MT.

Joe Grigsby

My daughter applied for CEMS, a highly selective international business program for Masters students. First up was a presentation at 7:30am in the morning to the group of selectors plus the other five applicants. Her take on the brief was different to the others and she felt flustered and didn’t present very well. She was sitting there stewing over it in her mind as the next guy presented and feeling pretty down. Then she said the Manager Tools quote came into her head “it’s not the first mistake that loses it, it’s the second and third”. She focussed hard on the group case study which she did well then the personal interview that she nailed. Last week she found out she had been selected. Thank you again for your essential advice.

Simon Flowers