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From the author of the bestselling The Diagrams Book, let The Excellence Book help you be the best you can be

● Part of the bestselling Concise Advice series – stylishly presented (with diagrams and illustrations) and easy to understand and apply

● Written by a leading and influential (over 500k LinkedIn followers) adviser and author


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Kevin is a business adviser, marketing expert, motivational speaker and author.

After 20 years in advertising, he has spent the last eighteen as an independent troubleshooter, advising companies on how to change their businesses for the better, via change management programmes, training, facilitation, and non-exec work.

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