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LID specializes in working with business authors and organizations to help them develop content to promote their brand, message, and expertise. Founded in 1993, LID has over 1,700 authors and continues toadd approximately 120 new titles each year. https://lidpublishing.com/
First-time author Graham Hogg is taking the world of big data by storm with his new book, Seeing Around Corners: How to unlock the potential of big data. Released in November last year, and published in the US this week, Seeing Around Corners presents a new way of looking at data by connecting it to decision-making and leadership, creating a new paradigm which forges the way to helping develop products and services that can positively contribute to society.
Most recently Hoggās new book has received a 5-star review from Readerās Favourite, in which Seeing Around Corners is hailed as a āgreatā and āa business book you definitely needā. Read the full review here.
“How do you feel about working here?” On Tuesday, December 5th, Revolution in a Heartbeat author Matt Stephens addressed this question and many more as he chatted with fellow employee engagement experts during a lively panel discussion titled āThe Future of Employee Engagementā at WeWork in New York Cityās Soho neighbourhood.
Last weekĀ Brussels and Tokyo created the biggest open economic area in the world;Ā just as the US is walking away from multilateral trade regimes.Ā The agreement comes as Japan exhibits 2.5% growth, the strongest in a generation. The agreement removes tariffs for Japanese cars and spare parts, while Japan opens up its public tenders to European contractors and its supermarkets to European cheese, wine, beef and pork with guaranteed names of origin.
This global headline reinforces the premise of one LID’s latest exciting titles, Pax Japonica by Takeo Harada, former Japanese diplomat and now CEO of the Institute of International Strategy and Information Analysis, a leading think tank. Pax Japonica launched in London in November at Foyles when Harada and his team flew into the Capital.
LID Publishing would like to congratulate Sanyin Siang on being namedĀ one of LinkedInās Top Influencer Voices for 2017.
Sanyin is a CEO leadership coach, Author of The Launch Book, and the Executive Director of the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics at Duke University.Ā She advises and works on fostering innovation cultures, building teams, and value creation.
Top Voices is LinkedInās annual list recognising the most engaging creators on LinkedIn. Every day over a million posts, videos and articles are posted on LinkedIn, generating tens of millions of shares and likes among professionals.
Last week, LID author Paul Riseborough, co-author of book Naked Banking appeared at the FinTech Connect Live 2017 conference.
Last night LID hosted our 2017 Concise Advice mixer at the Library Club in Covent Garden.
Both showcasing and celebrating the authors of Concise Advice titles published this year, guests included authors, friends, colleagues and even family coming together to lend their support.
Last weekend, Paul Riseborough, one of the co-authors of Naked Banking, appeared on Alexis Conranās talkRadio show.
The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran provides advice to avoid scams and āstop you getting Hustled,ā a perfect fit for Naked Banking as the book lifts the lid on the tricks that retail banks play on us and what we can do avoid them.
Joined by guest Ron Delnevo of ATM Industry Associations, the trio discuss ATMs, cash as opposed to contactless, and the future of banking.
Kevin Duncan, author of The Diagrams Book, has trained thousands of people, and it became apparent to him that many find it hard to express ideas and solve problems purely with words.
Diagrams are superb for organising your own thinking. Here, Kevin shares 3 diagrams to aid problem-solving:
Creating diagrams gives you a better chance of coming across as strategically well organised, or simply being better at explaining your point of view to colleagues and customers.
I use these diagrams all the time in training, and they really help people, so I hope you find them useful too.
- THE ESSENTIALIST DIAGRAM
LID author Sally Bibb spoke at the inaugural EY Ability conference on November 30, hosted by Kate Nash OBE.
Sally took part in a panel on The Power of Story-Telling, to encourage people to bring their whole selves to the workplace. This involves leadership creating the culture for people to feel more confident about who they truly are. EY see disability as strengths.