Simple, no nonsense tools for better communication that can be put into practice in as little as five minutes
â—Ź Learn how to communicate more effectively with your colleagues, business partners and family
â—Ź The book will guide you through behavioural economics, psychology, and self-leadership
â—Ź Benefit from immediately applicable exercises and techniques
Emma is the Director and Founder of London Speechworkshops who deliver one to one and corporate training to increase personal effectiveness through a unique approach to communication, presentation skills and accent softening. Clients include the Korean Olympic bid team, Times newspaper group, Credit Suisse and many more. Emma is also an award winning theatre director, social entrepreneur, founder of social enterprise, soapsandstories.co.uk, business woman and founder of www.wearesunflower.com
Diagnostic mentoring to manage organizations and people for superior performance in turbulent times
It is a new era. To win in an increasingly dynamic and volatile environment, leadership teams must be agile â€“ they must be flexible enough to react to early signs and act on them quickly.
An agile company needs good decision-making at all levels â€“ from the centre to the periphery, tapping into the full potential of the people, operating model, information technology and leadership practices. And decisions are made by people. This guide forces you to re-examine the assumptions underlying your leadership and how agility within your company can be built through a three-point, people-centric approach. The authorâ€™s insights will help you understand your options, make the choices required to successfully coach your team, and start creating agility as a competitive advantage today.
Author: Lukas Michael
20 great lists by 20 outstanding business thinkersEdited by:Â David Woods 400 ideas, tips and advice from some of the most influential business thinkers from across the globe. As part of its 20th anniversary celebrations, the LID publishing group invited 20 of its thought-leading authors to contribute to this unique book â€“ a collection of 20 lists, with each list containing points of advice based on each authorâ€™s area of expertise.
The very recent financial and corporate governance scandal that engulfed Olympus, one of Japanâ€™s best known companies, together with Japanâ€™s stagnant economy of the past 20 years and its demotion from being the worldâ€™s second largest economy, has raised questions about the style of management within Japanese organisations.
This book provides a unique, insiderâ€™s perspective of the crisis of Japanese management that has contributed towards Japanâ€™s current economic woes. It contains true analyses of how giants such as Toyota, Canon, Nippon Steel, Hitachi and Olympus are really managed. Moreover, the author argues controversially that Japanâ€™s economic growth in the future will depend on a radical reformation of its management style and practices.
Author: Shigeo Shimizu
Reputation is a strategic asset for all companies. Businesses with a good reputation are able to stand out, attracting the attention of investors and retaining the loyalty of customers and employees.â€śReputationâ€ť can be somewhat of a vague form, but this book provides measurement tools and models for rigorous management of a companyâ€™s reputation. Written by three leading practitioners and thinkers, this is a definitive and modern handbook to help companies and executives manage their corporate reputation and brand in todayâ€™s highly competitive
50 ways to enhance your presence and impact at workAuthor:Â Simon Tyler
The best leaders and managers create change. They are able to create a vision, communicate an idea and in particular encourage action from others. What is it about these leaders and managers which makes others want to follow, engage and to act?