By Contributor Francesca Stainer LID Publishing was delighted to hear that three of its titles were shortlisted for the Business Book Award 2021 and with the final this evening, we look at which books are in the running.
We look to The Ethical Business Book (new edition) by Sarah Duncan to look into how CSR has evolved to what it is today. The way companies prioritize different levels of ethical behaviour depends on their overall strategy, and with this book extract we can see what’s new in the…
By Guest Contributor Katy Mousinho and Giles Lury Katy Mousinho’s and Giles Lury’s Wonder Women tells the stories of some of the women who have had a tremendous influence on the marketing industry, like Brownie Wise, who transformed Tupperware and Mary Wells Lawrence, who founded advertising agency Wells, Rich, Greene….
By Guest Contributor LID Publishing We look at why May 17th is so important in the LBGT+ community and suggest reading and podcasts around LGBT+ history and issues, so you can be a better ally.
By Guest Contributor LID Publishing We look at the recent book GaYme Changer by Jens Schadendorf, to see some commonly used terms and abbreviations to understand diversity, LGBT+ issues and terminology better.
By Contributor LID Publishing This Mental Health Awareness Week LID are sharing their Wellbeing Day initiative. Every month that there is not a Bank Holiday, the LID team will have a Friday off work to concentrate on activities that support and improve their Wellbeing. Our first Wellbeing Day was Friday…
By Contributor Francesca Stainer This Mental Health Awareness Week we’ve curated a list of our Concise Advice titles that are £1.99 this week only on Amazon Kindle.
By Contributor LID Publishing For Mental Health Awareness Week, we want to help by #sharingknowledge of some of our LID Radio Podcasts that may help your mental health and wellbeing personally, and in the workplace.
Why your brand identity shouldn’t just be down to the marketing department by Alan Williams and Sam Williams
By Guest Contributors Alan Williams and Sam Williams Authors of The Values Economy, Alan and Sam Williams, explains what The Values Economy is and why your brand identity should not just be down to the marketing department.
By Guest Contributor Paula Leach Author of Vantage Points, Paula Leach, explains key concepts in her book, such as how to inspire and understand those around you so your team and employees can thrive.