Andy Lake explains what Smart Flexibility is and the benefits of creating a flexable working enviroment for your business.
This is a great read for anyone who is looking for ways to utilize the technology of today to move from the traditional to more innovative work environment that benefits company and employees alike. Creating a positive, productive and efficient work environment that empowers employees and make your company the one people want to work for.
You can find out more about this topic at www.flexibility.co.uk
What is a leader and do we all have the ability to lead? Major Whipp’s book is short, concise and packed with tips on how to enhance and bring out your leadership skills to drive your business and teams to see and support your vision. He shares with us the difference between a leader and manager and the qualities that make a good leader great.
This is a great read for anyone who wants to inspire others and become the best leader they can be, by collecting the experience and knowledge around you and using your mindset and emotions to inspire leadership throughout your organization.
Donal explains the difference between Hierarchy versus Value management and its benefits. Managing by value in an organisation can produce more growth for both the company and its employees making it a place people will want to work and grow with, creating sustainability and motivation in your Organisation.
This 300 page book is pack full of informative information like the self assessment tools to help indentify bearers, create greater engagement and commitment in your organisation, with this innovative new way of thinking. This is a great read for anyone who wants to build a strong sustainable business, increase there bottomline, have more engagement from staff in structure and decision making and to develop a collective environment everyone will want to share in.
Third Generation Leadership? Yep we talk about what this means and I get a fascinating response. How will companies deal with the new leadership coming up from the ranks and can they transition into this new way of thinking. Have business books that have been produced over the last 30 years stopped being useful? We also look at how the book was researched and the amazing results and learning on what people are asking about. How did his research into making school better translate into a new way of building and running a business that excels. His anecdotes are informative and insightful and help explain the core truths of this radical new way of thinking about business.
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Bob Garlick talks with Philip Weiss about the origin of the word “HyperThinking” and it’s meaning. How can you make the new tools available to us through the internet and unlimited amount of information available to us these days? How can you keep up in this environment of permanent change? Through this talk I discover the answer to these questions and some amazing in-sights about evolving my own approach to using technology to maximize the usefulness of these tools. We live in a world of perpetual change and this book gives you the words and understanding of how to deal with them on a day-to-day bases. Learn how to do more and feel that you are not overwhelmed with the daily shift in tools and skill-sets that we are expected to accommodate into our workflow.
What is wisdom and how can one instill it into a company. Are leaders like Steve Jobs great at their jobs but not great at instilling wisdom. How can the collective minds of a company be harnessed to make a much better thinking organization? We discus how leaders can use this book and how to make the book work for your organization. How can a leader introduce this way of thinking to other managers in the company and what are the long term benefits to implementing this new direction? These any many more practical steps are covered in this in-depth look at the book.
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The Changing MO of the CMO
How the Convergence of Brand and Reputation is Affecting Marketers
Author: MaryLee Sachs
Why is PR and Marketing at odds and is it important for the CMO to be able to oversee these two departments? With the emergence of powerful Social Networks and the complaints that can come from these channels. We chat about how marketing in evolving and what top CMOs have to say about their perspective and strategy. How do you become a CMO these days and we delve into what her new book will be all about. Some surprising insights and information is found out about this in-depth interview based book.
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Author: Tony Morris
I chat with Tony about sales and sales techniques. He tells us why this book is different because it actually provides techniques and how to use them right away. Tony loves sales and it shows in his knowledge base and the amount of value he has put into this book. What is “Smart Calling” and how can it help you become a better seller? What techniques will get you more appointments and how can you use them today? Check it out and get some great sales tips right now.
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Author: Stevan Covey
It’s fair to say that Stephen M. R. Covey has spent his life and career studying the principles in this book. He is the son and business partner of Stephen Covey, author of “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” which was named the most influential business books of the twentieth century. We dig into the book and get the fundamental business case for the book and it’s message. Trust is a critical element if you need your business to be able to move fast and be cost effective. The power of trust is immensely important for leaders but it’s also becoming apparent that this trust can be measured and tracked. We also learn howe you can help your business be more trusting and also trusted. A fascinating talk and a must read book.
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Author: Kristin Zhivago
I chat with Christian regarding her new book that tackles the issues of how to understand your customer and what they need. This book lays it all out and gives you the advice and direction on how to conduct great interviews to help a company understand what there clients want and also how they like to learn about your company. She talks about how this book is a much more refined and test version of another book she wrote in 2004. We talk about the 4 types of product levels and how people research them. She talks about how; Light, Medium, Heavy and Intense scrutiny are the 4 categories of sales experiences and how companies must be aware of the type of product they have so that they know how to sell them.
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Author: Theresa Braun
Dave is a likable guy and he is very much in the business of communication. Find out how the teachings in this book will help you thrive in the new social marketplace. We chat about simplicity, learning, story telling and a lot more. How can you do more by producing clear insightful responses every day.
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