Author Simon Mac Rory joins us to talk about his new book Wake Up and Smell the Coffee and what it takes to create and empower teams in today‚Äôs ever-evolving work environment.
This week LID Publishing has released the second edition of¬†Winner Takes All by Scott Keyser. The book addresses how to raise your tendering win-rate and ROI and win those ‘must-win’ contracts. The book has already received impressive advanced praise from the following:
Last week LID Publishing held a Dublin book event for Wake Up and Smell the Coffee by Simon Mac Rory. The panel was chaired by Vincent Wall, Business Editor for Newstalk 106, and they discussed the need for change in modern teams and team management.
On Wednesday 4thJuly, we celebrated the release of Anthony Tasgal‚Äôs newest book,¬†The Inspiratorium: A Space for the Curious. The event was held¬†at WeWork‚Äôs Devonshire Square, London and was well attended by family and friends.
Leading From Behind: Turn anxiety into courage by¬†Dirk Devos, Manon de Wit & Robert Lubberding is available to buy from today.
A challenging book about the task facing business leaders as their companies head into the future. It includes key questions such as why managers must change their style of leadership to succeed in the future. Three highly experienced consultants and experts in transformational leadership wrote Leading From Behind. Inspirational page design (in colour) and format, supported by original diagrams and photographic images.
LID Publishing have been busy this week collating our recommended Summer Reads list. Members of the LID Publishing team have given their favourite books to get stuck into over the long summer days whether it is sat on a beach, in a local park or before bed.
The Inspiratorium by Anthony ‚ÄúTas‚ÄĚ Tasgal¬†is now available to buy and is described as¬†a space in which inspiration takes place. The book includes new thoughts, ideas and short readings to make people feel smarter, happier and more likely to advance in their work and personal life. Expect to find unexpected ideas, references and insights from across the broadest possible spectrum and bridging what C.P. Snow called The Two Cultures: science and the humanities.
The book event for Wake Up and Smell the Coffee by Simon Mac Rory was held on the evening of Tuesday 26th June at WeWork in Devonshire Square London.
There was a panel discussion between Simon Mac Rory,¬†Dr Pat Gilbert from IBM, Deborah McGovern from Belbin Associates and Dr Jonathon Pinto from Imperial College London on teamwork and team management.
The leap into the working world from education can seem quite daunting. I know I was daunted by this jump. Many teenagers and students, myself included, take on part-time work which provides them with many skills required for a full-time role once they leave school or University. However, the prospect of moving into a role which requires a high level of responsibility, skill and knowledge is still scary.
That is where internships and other forms of work experience come in. They provide an opportunity to submerge yourself in the sector, company or job that you think you would be interested in working in. They give you the skills, knowledge and confidence to apply for permanent roles. In other words, just like school, college or University, it is just a more focused, practical form of learning.
On Thursday 21st June, Kate Cook’s Positive Nutrition book event took place in Anatomńď, Shoreditch. The gorgeous venue is a new wellness store built on the simple premise that nutritional and emotional balance are the vital pathways to leading a healthy and fulfilling life. ¬†This was a perfect marriage for Kate Cook’s book and the evening was well attended¬†by family and friends.