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Mental health problems affect both men and women, in fact, every one in four of us. However, it has been widely accepted for some time that men are much less likely to seek help from a doctor or mental health specialist, as they traditionally expect themselves to be competitive and successful, tough and self-reliant and can find it difficult to admit that they are feeling fragile and vulnerable. This book aims to build on the current progressive movement by supporting men and those that care about them - be that a partner, friend, family member or colleague - by providing insight, advice, and tips on what can be done at a very practical level to make men's mental health much more positive. Author:¬†Shaun Davis & Andrew Kinder ¬† Publisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-797 FORMAT:¬†180x120 mm Bookbinding:¬†Hardback Number of pages:¬†128
Successful brands are alive. They are able to activate the very forces of life because they embed our fundamental human motives, the evolutionarily preserved mechanisms that have helped us survive and thrive. Our fundamental human motives shape the language that is shared by everyone. Living Brands decodes this language and helps marketers, consumer insight managers, advertisers, designers, PR professionals, and brand owners bring brands to life. By using, for the first time, a multidisciplinary approach that includes client workshops, brand communication decoding, motivational research, cultural anthropology, sociology, philosophy, psychology, cognitive science, and affective neuroscience, Living Brands deconstructs and hierarchises the motives underpinning our consumer behaviour, allowing practitioners to build narratives that engage consumers at a profound human level. Author: Constantinos Pantidos Publisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-797 FORMAT: 234x156 mm Bookbinding:¬†Paperback Number of pages:¬†456
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Consumer loyalty in the twenty-first century values trust, transparency, communication and authenticity. Holistic Branding explores the art of making a strong emotional connection from your organization and culture in order to drive your business forward. Direct in its approach, the book argues that everything from hiring employees to your consumer message must be in line with the company's brand. Broken down into four easily accessible and digestible parts, Holistic Branding is an essential book for leaders and business people interested in creating a dynamic and authentic brand that stands apart from its competitors in our highly competitive consumer age. Author: Jodi Oridioni Publisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-0-9987278-1-3 FORMAT: 234x156 mm Bookbinding:¬†Hardback Number of pages:¬†192
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What makes a great salesperson? What beliefs, attitudes and behaviours are linked to being a top performer? What impact does culture, industry and sales context have? And does a formal sales methodology or process make a difference? This book is for any sales professional, or indeed anyone involved in the sales process of their company, who wants to learn the secrets of successful selling. Based on interviews and analysis (qualitative and quantitative) of 300 of the world‚Äôs leading salespeople, across a mix of industries, cultures and context, the authors present the most rigorous evaluation of how salespeople behave and how they are driven. In doing so, they reveal the secret code behind consistent and high-level success in sales.
Authors:¬†¬†Ian Mills, Mark Ridley, Ben Laker & Tim Chapman¬†Publisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-76-6 FORMAT: 198x129 mm Bookbinding: Paperback Number of pages: 288
What is your purpose? This is probably the single most important question you can ask yourself and the answer will shape your future. However, it's not always straightforward. We are led to believe that our purpose is connected with how much we achieve, the accumulation of possessions, or attaining status in society. Nothing could be further from the truth. In Purpose, thought leader Ben Renshaw provides the guidance and tools required to discover and lead with real purpose. As the author of eight books, who has helped many companies and leaders make a transformation in their working lives from Coca Cola to Heathrow, IHG, Sainsbury s Argos and more, Renshaw gives compelling insight into purposeful leadership at a deep and intuitive level. What if you had an internal compass guiding your decision making? What if you were clear about your big why giving you a compelling reason for doing what you do? What if you were in touch with the meeting point between your passion and talent. This is what your purpose offers. When you are on purpose, you unlock the necessary skill-set to fulfil your leadership potential and thrive in today s complex and disruptive world. Author: Ben Renshaw Publisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-83-4 FORMAT: 216x138 mm Bookbinding:¬†Paperback Number of pages:¬†192
A human awakening for our digital world. Right now is the best time to be alive. Of course, there are significant challenges in all areas of society, yet we are provided like never before with the tools, communication, awareness, and freedom to tackle these challenges head on. Chief Wellbeing Officer is for anyone who wants to help create a more human workplace, be that simply by re-discovering their own humanity at work or by implementing a strategy for all the workforce. It is a comprehensive and accessible guide for individuals and enterprises of all shapes and sizes to improve health, happiness and to achieve high-performance. In an emerging future that is increasingly digital, artificially intelligent, and always ‚Äėon‚Äô it is those organizations who increase their care for humans that will thrive. Let Steven and Rory take you on a journey, interwoven with their own stories, experiences and travels, that will allow the right questions to be considered instead of always jumping straight to the answer. Because the future of work is now. Authors:¬†¬† Steven P. MacGregor, Rory Simpson Publisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-77-3 FORMAT: 216x138 mm Bookbinding: Softback Number of pages: 256
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Peter Drucker is known worldwide as "The Father of Modern Management." But he was also the world's most famous and successful independent consultant. The methods developed by Drucker remain highly relevant and continue to be used in today's organizations. This book, written by Drucker's first executive PhD graduate of the program he developed, is the first book to reveal in detail Drucker's methods and ideas as a consultant.
Jack Welch noted that his success at GE was based on Drucker's consulting advice. Bill Bartmann became the 25th wealthiest man in America at one point. He, too, credits Drucker's advice in helping with his success. This book is an encyclopedia of Drucker's consulting approaches and how and when to apply them. Any consultant will find this book invaluable. However, executives and managers will also gain new insight into Drucker's thinking and methods, and why they continue to have such tremendous influence over today's organizations.
Author:¬† William CohenPublisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-67-4 FORMAT: 216x138 mm Bookbinding: Paperback Number of pages: 320
In 1962, Masahiro Shima founded Shima Seiki, with the aim of developing a fully automated seamless glove-knitting machine. Following this success, the company expanded into flat knitting machines. However, the age of the computer brought a whole new era for Shima Seiki. By committing to computerization in its mainstream products, Shima Seiki gradually began to stand apart from its competitors. Shima Seiki's focus on computer-aided knit design and programming, in fact led to a revolution in the fashion industry.
Written by the inventor himself, this book looks at how Masahiro Shima developed both the technology and philosophy to enable his company to be market leaders in industrial knitting machines - and fundamentally change the fashion industry. This culminated in the launch of the company's Wholegarment knitting machine in 1995, which altered forever the way knitted garments are produced, and which today is used by fashion manufacturers across the world
Author:¬† Masahiro ShimaPublisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-82-7 FORMAT: 234x156 mm Bookbinding: Hardback Number of pages: 224
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As the world's second largest economy, China is becoming increasingly appealing to foreign businesses. As such, more and more businesses world-wide are actively seeking to trade and collaborate with Chinese businesses. However, the unique business environment, culture and traditions, make this a very challenging market for most foreigners.
Doing Business in China is designed to make anyone exploring, starting or already doing business in China better aware of the cultural and business etiquettes necessary to succeed in this market. This concise and attractive book is a one-stop guide that aims to shed light on the intricacies of doing business in China.
Author:¬† Jonathan GeldartPublisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-96-4 FORMAT: 160x155mm Bookbinding: Flexi-Bound Number of pages: 156
There is no way back. Change is everywhere - in society, politics, business - and it is turbulent. Existing structures are being dismantled and new ways of competing (and collaborating) are being formed. The only option is to be adaptive and to create the best from what is possible.
This book tackles the change that every organization is subjected to, by offering a different leadership style. Its aim is to get the best from everybody, which requires a genuine people-centric approach. But it also involves shifting towards an agile way of working, where accountability and resources are delegated to people deep in the organization so that they can focus on customer centricity, innovation, and value creation. Contrarian but relevant, this book is essential reading for business leaders and managers who are seeking a better future for their organizations.
Authors:¬† Dirk Devos, Manon De Wit,¬†Robert Lubberding¬†Publisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-90-2 FORMAT: 250x190 mm Bookbinding: Paperback Number of pages: 128
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What makes A Great Move? Whether you are a first-time expat or an experienced one, this book provides the principles and proven process you need to follow to make a successful international move. Principles such as the importance of knowing your concept of home, understanding the stages of transition, and taking into consideration the needs of everyone who moves, equip you with the right mindset for approaching every phase of the move.
The step-by-step process described in this book guides you in deciding whether and where to move, planning and preparing for relocation, making the move with minimal stress or surprises and, finally, settling in and creating your new home. Based on extensive research and interviews with expats from diverse backgrounds, the book addresses both the practical and emotional aspects of expat life. Filled with real stories and practical tools, A Great Move is the only resource you need to survive and thrive in your expat adventure.
Author:¬† Katia VlachosPublisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-60-5 FORMAT: 234x156 mm Bookbinding: Paperback Number of pages: 234
The deconstruction of the traditional workplace hierarchy, the abandonment of performance appraisal, the impact of Millenials/generations Y and Z, all point to a substantial revival of teams and teamwork for the first time in more than 20 years. Leading companies are pushing towards a team-centric model but, for many others, team development remains ad hoc as they fail to recognise that teams hold the answers to increased effectiveness. Delivering improved team effectiveness across an organization does not have to be time consuming. The Team Diagnostic Profiler (TDP) is a methodology and process that is easy to use, self-administering and can deliver 10 to 20% improvement in team effectiveness when deployed in a corporate team strategy. This book is based on the TDP methodology and the years of research completed by the author.
Author:¬† Simon Mac RoryPublisher: LID Publishing ISBN:¬†978-1-911498-86-5 FORMAT: 216x138 mm Bookbinding: Paperback Number of pages: 216