The secrets to unlocking your ability to create presence, impact and change at work. The term â€śIMPACTâ€ť describes the effect we have on those around us. Having impact expresses the collective impression left by our visual appearance, our presence, the way we connect with others and the lasting effect we have on people when we have left the room. This book provides 50 short but powerful ways to raise your impact level in business. Taken together, it forms a code to enable you to create response in others and to ensure that every encounter (within your company and outside of it) has the potential to bring something to you, whether that be financially, professionally or personally.
- Contains 50 concise techniques and tips, which when taken together, form a code for any manager to create impact.
- Every ambitious manager understands the need to create impact â€“ this book unlocks that ability.
- Accessible and easy-to-use â€“ this small but powerful book is all you need to succeed.
- This book has the potential to become a cult business/self-help seller.
- Publisher: LIDÂ Publishing
- ISBN:Â 978-1907794650
- FORMAT:Â 17.8 x 11.9 x 1.3 cm
- Bookbinding:Â Hardcover
- Number of pages:Â 128
â€śCreating impact is key for leaders. UnderstandingÂ business objectives and translating them into achievableÂ outcomes requires leaders who are clear on how toÂ impact and infl uence. Simon Tyler knows how to achieveÂ this and has helped many of our business leaders inÂ leading cultural change and transformationâ€ť
Simon Tyler Simon Tyler is a specialist in Leadership Impact and has coached over 500 executives from companies including BP, Coutts, DuPont, and Lloyds Banking Group.
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