If you have already read Dan Roam’s bestselling book “The Back of the Napkin”, you know his philosophy of conveying ideas and messages using simple drawings. This is his fourth book, and it’s a kind of “best
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Every business needs to innovate, and innovation is everybody’s business now. You can’t rely anymore on leaving innovation to an R&D team – you must involve everybody.
That’s the big idea behind the book “The
My dietitian friend and client Julie Meek helps busy executives and leaders maintain their health, fitness and energy. This is an important issue for these leaders, because they often have chaotic, unpredictable lifestyles, so it’s difficult
This book is a fascinating glimpse into the future of expertise. It looks at the traditional professions (such as law, accounting, and medicine) and widens the field by adding others such as divinity, journalism, and management consulting.
Here’s a book that is so compelling you will finish it in a single sitting, but so powerful you will want to read over and over again for its insights.
Yamini Naidu explores different kinds of power for leaders to use for greater influence
There are many books about business innovation, but few are as practical as this, which helps you take an idea all the way from something abstract in somebody’s head into the practical implementation in your organisation.
Broadly, Vesk breaks
This brief but value-packed book, drawing inspiration from the famous TED Talks, is all about using storytelling in your presentations. It’s ideal if you would like to learn more about bringing your presentations to life through stories.
The business world is catching on to something we have all known from a young age: There’s nothing like a good story to attract interest, share a message, make a point, and stay in the listener’s mind. In this book, Dolan and Naidu
This fascinating book combines three of my favourite elements: Practical ideas, backed by strong research, relayed by powerful stories.
Duhigg’s one big idea in the book is that our habits can be broken down into three factors: A cue that
This book is a fascinating and practical look into the psychology of influence. In particular, as the title suggests, it looks at why ideas catch on and spread.
Berger presents six key principles – which he summarises with the acronym STEPPS