LID Publishing have put together the best books that break the mould this bank holiday weekend. With everything from project management, to branding, to the crucial need to feedback and geopolitics, we have something for everyone.
The Project Revolution by Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez
“The Project Revolution is a breakthrough […] This book will help leaders and organizations excel at the increasing amount of projects they have to carry out.” Marshall Goldsmith, Thinkers50 Executive Coach, New York Times bestselling author. Join the revolution and unlock the key to strategic project management.
Fair Talk by Angela Lane and Sergey Gorbatov
Feedback is elusive. We crave it. We evade it. And we rarely get it. Find out the three steps to powerful feedback with Angela Lane and Sergey Gorbatov.
Employees around the world are deprived of honest objective feedback, and the higher you go in the organisation, the less feedback you are going to get. Researchers confirmed that the fewer facetime employees have with their managers, the more impact seeking and receiving feedback will have on their performance. Gorbatov and Lane propose a simple, systematic approach to giving fair and honest feedback, in ways that improve performance and prove that, if done properly, feedback simultaneously improves performance while engaging and developing employees.
Next Is Now by Lior Arussy
Change is not an option, it is inevitable. Yet our natural instinct is to resist it. Get your employees to embrace change with Lior Arussy’s essential read.
A step-by-step guide for how managers and employees can embrace change with passion and excitement, every day. It provides a framework for dealing with disruption and making a changing market competitive advantage. The approach is based on the authors’ deep work with some of the world’s leading companies. A guide to stop the ‘change victimhood’ mentality to one of participation and ownership. An important management book for all business executives, especially in today’s intensely competitive and changing business environment
Geofusion by Norbert Csizmadia
Norbert Csizmadia explains why geography is the missing link to solving some of the world’s biggest problems today.
This geopolitical ‘guidebook’ illustrated richly provides foresight into current global processes based on geographic, economic and urban research. Engaging and thought-provoking research into geopolitics and how it is driven by people and human decisions. Provides guidance for today’s constantly changing world that is full of opportunities and environmental, social and economic challenges. A valuable and entertaining book that outlines the studies, thoughts and visions of leading strategic thinkers and their professional studies. Includes case studies from around the world
Super Signs by Sam Hua and Nan Hua
Learn from the legendary Hua Brothers to leverage the power of Super Signs and create globally recognised brands. There is a form of creativity so powerful that it only takes one look and one listen for millions of consumers to remember it, like it, buy it, and tell others about it. These are so-called Super Signs – the brands that are embedded in human culture and hidden deep in our subconscious.
This book takes a fresh approach to branding and explores how to turn brands into Super Signs in today’s competitive and ever-changing world. Super Signs are the most effective and powerful means of influencing a consumer’s actions. From a branding point of view, Super Signs are the ultimate level that your brand can reach — a level where the brand triggers an instinctive reaction in thought and action from the consumer.
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