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Business Economics In A Week

Thomas Coskeran
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Thomas Coskeran

Understanding economics just got easierThe defining economic event of recent times - the global financial crisis of 2008 - was good for economists. That might sound crass but the truth is it stimulated interest in the subject by showing how important economic concerns are to our lives. Get the economy wrong and things we take for granted start to fall apart. It's a lesson that applies especially to those working in business, who, more than most, need to understand the subject. This book will help you by showing how economics can be useful for you in business, explaining economic ideas you might not have had time to explore previously and stimulating an interest in economics that encourages you to further study. Each of the seven chapters in Business Economics In A Week covers a different aspect of economics:- Sunday: Economics and your business- Monday: The wonderful works of the market- Tuesday: Businesses in the market- Wednesday: Knowing your consumers- Thursday: The limits of the market- Friday: Business strategies and government macroeconomic policy- Saturday: Surviving the international economy

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NLP In A Week

Mo Shapiro
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Mo Shapiro
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Coaching In A Week

Matt Somers
Authors:
Matt Somers

Coaching just got easierIn recent years the idea of coaching and the role of coach have made the journey from the sports field, via Human Resources, to become part of everyday managerial life. The terms 'coach' and 'coaching' have become common, even trendy, but both are widely misunderstood. If you ask anyone to define the word 'coach', you will get a wide variety of responses.By using coaching, we can tap into the huge reserves of talent and potential that lie dormant in most people. As managers, we can develop people without having to rely on passing on our own skills and knowledge, which may already be out of date. Using our skills in coaching, we can help our people access their ability without needing more than a basic grasp of the technicalities of their role.This book aims to give you enough knowledge and appreciation of coaching that you can begin to develop your own approach. Each of the seven chapters in Coaching In A Week covers a different aspect of coaching:- Sunday: What is coaching?- Monday: The manager as coach- Tuesday: The key principles of coaching- Wednesday: The coaching ARROW, part 1- Thursday: The coaching ARROW, part 2- Friday: Coaching in context- Saturday: Coaching in organizations

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The Success Code

John Lees
Authors:
John Lees

From personal influencing skills and positive psychology to handling relationships and communication, you're about to discover the simple truth about success'John Lees has re-written the rules on everything you thought you knew about successful self-projection, networking and effective communication' From the Foreword by Sarah Willingham of BBC's Dragons' DenThis is a book about getting noticed, but not a conventional book. It doesn't tell you to sell yourself, get out there, impress with power dressing or to have an elevator speech. Getting noticed doesn't have to mean over-selling. Over the course of this book, you will discover exciting research, positive psychology and advice from a range of experts that will help you make an authentic impact. By stepping just to the edge of your comfort zone, you will learn to project yourself onto the world of work. From personal influencing skills to presentations, this book decodes success for people who hate the idea of selling themselves. You'll rethink networking, learn how to talk about yourself in ways that others find easy to hear - and also directly influence what people say about you. You'll discover how you can project yourself in writing without looking as if you're pushing too hard, and learn to engage people in a way that sparks curiosity and leads to interesting offers.Written for both introverts and extroverts, THE SUCCESS CODE shows you how to find an authentic voice even if your style is naturally self-effacing. You'll learn to get your name 'front of mind' by making sure the right messages about you come across even when you're not in the room. This is your game plan for getting noticed.Are you ready?'A pragmatic and insightful guide to building reputation and impact that anyone can learn from' Penny de Valk, Managing Director, Penna Talent Practice 'If you would rather climb the stairs than get in the lift to do an elevator pitch, then buy this book' Dr Carole Pemberton, Coaching to Solutions, Executive coach and author'Packed with helpful facts, insightful quotes and practical tips' Ian Nicholas, Chief HR Officer, REED Specialist Recruitment Ltd'A great resource in aiding your development' Gordon McFarland - HR Director - Global Professional Services'Full of practical advice and tips and will help you find your voice and achieve success in an authentic way' Zoe Shackle, HR Director AMC Networks International

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Advanced Negotiation Skills In A Week

Peter Fleming
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Peter Fleming
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MBA In A Week

Alan Finn
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Alan Finn
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Job Hunting in 4 Weeks

Hilton Catt, Patricia Scudamore, David McWhir, Mo Shapiro, Alison Straw
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Hilton Catt, Patricia Scudamore, David McWhir, Mo Shapiro, Alison Straw
Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Women Who Brand

Catherine Kaputa
Authors:
Catherine Kaputa

Today self-branding is not an option-it's something women need to master. Ofter what's holding women back from career success is that we don't brand ourselves as well as men do. Women Who Brand is about what happens when women take charge of their personal brands and performance success. It's about what happens when women start thinking and acting more confidently, more creatively and more strategically about themselves and their abilities.

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Secrets of Resilient People

John Lees
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John Lees

What do resilient people know that the rest of us don't?Do they have a secret recipe for maintaining their equilibrium during tough times?Is there a special alchemy at work?'The Secrets of Resilient People' reveals the 50 things you need to know to survive and thrive in tough times, maintaining a positive and productive outlook whatever the circumstances. Some will surprise you, and all will inspire you. Put these 50 simple strategies together and you will have a recipe for success, a proven formula that will unlock the secrets and uncover your potential.

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Sales for Non-Salespeople

Robert Ashton
Authors:
Robert Ashton

If you know how to sell, you know how to succeed. Selling is the most important, and perhaps the most misunderstood workplace skill. Once you understand how to sell you will become more persuasive, naturally and confidently. This book has four sections, enabling the reader to focus on their most pressing need:* Selling basics - a simple, explicit guide to the sales process;* Selling yourself - and how to get noticed, connected and respected;* Selling to colleagues - presenting, persuading and getting promoted;* Selling to customers - winning orders and succeeding in shops & at shows.This book will help the reader:* Learn the basics about how to sell and why people buy;* Recognise the importance of goal setting and measuring personal performance;* Understand how to find, then influence people able to contribute to their success;* Become more confident in taking the lead and steering things the way they want them to go, at work, home and in social situations.

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Secrets of Success at Work

Nigel Cumberland
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Nigel Cumberland
Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Living the 80/20 Way

Richard Koch
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Richard Koch
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Managing Difficult People in a Week

David Cotton
Authors:
David Cotton

Managing Difficult People In A Week is a simple and straightforward guide to being a better manager, giving you everything you need to know in just seven short chapters. From preventing difficult behaviour to managing conflict, you'll discover the insider secrets you need to know in order to successfully manage difficult people.This book introduces you to the main themes and ideas of managing difficult people, giving you a basic knowledge and understanding of the key concepts, together with practical and thought-provoking exercises. Whether you choose to read it in a week or in a single sitting, Managing Difficult People In A Week is your fastest route to success:Sunday: Understanding and preventing difficult behaviourMonday: Developing your skills for managing difficult peopleTuesday: More advanced skills for managing difficult peopleWednesday: Managing specific types of difficult behaviourThursday: Feedback that works and critical converstionsFriday: Managing conflictSaturday: Getting support and escalating issuesABOUT THE SERIESIn A Week books are for managers, leaders, and business executives who want to succeed at work. From negotiating and content marketing to finance and social media, the In A Week series covers the business topics that really matter and that will help you make a difference today. Written in straightforward English, each book is structured as a seven-day course so that with just a little work each day, you will quickly master the subject. In a fast-changing world, this series enables readers not just to get up to speed, but to get ahead.

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Run a Successful Charity: Teach Yourself

Claire Gillman, Nick Marr
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Claire Gillman, Nick Marr
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How to Tame Technology and Get Your Life Back: Teach Yourself

Kevin Duncan
Authors:
Kevin Duncan

Technology can be a wonderful thing. It can also be a curse when it overwhelms us. If your phone, computer or other devices are beginning to rule your life, then you need help.We don't have to be ruled by our machines. It's time for us humans to fight back. 'How to Tame Technology' tells you exactly what to do, practical tips and simple things that you can do to regain control. Take the test and find out just how addicted you are - then learn how to cure yourself.'I can't talk now, I'm on the phone'For those of us suffering from technological overload, it's time to pause and think. Author and Plain English commentator Kevin Duncan has trained and advised some of the UK's top companies, including Saatchi & Saatchi and Shell, in how to cope with all this. This thought-provoking book grapples with just how addicted we have become to technology and offers a set of ideas to help wean us off our technological drugs and lead a more fulfilling life. It looks briefly at how we got here, tests you on how serious your condition is and then offers real solutions, including rapid sequential tasking (v multitasking), communicating concisely, using the best method of communication for the job, all while retaining your sense of humour and enthusiasm.'Every page is a prompt to imagine things differently. A handbook for these challenging times ahead.'Mark Earls, author of Herd'He does for business what Nike does for sport.' Richard Hytner, Deputy Chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide'Anyone who owns a mobile should have this on their shelf.' Robert Ashton, author The Life Plan

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Decision Making In A Week

Martin Manser
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Martin Manser
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PR In A Week

Brian Salter
Authors:
Brian Salter

An understanding of public relations is crucial to anyone who wants to advance their career.Written by Brian Salter, a leading expert on public relations as both a practitioner and a journalist, this book quickly teaches you the insider secrets you need to know to in order run a successful public relations strategy.The highly motivational 'in a week' structure of the book provides seven straightforward chapters explaining the key points, and at the end there are optional questions to ensure you have taken it all in. There are also cartoons and diagrams throughout, to help make this book a more enjoyable and effective learning experience.So what are you waiting for? Let this book put you on the fast track to success!

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Project Management In A Week

Martin Manser
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Martin Manser

The ability to manage a project successfully is crucial to anyone who wants to advance their career.Written by Martin Manser, a leading expert on project management as both a coach and a practitioner, this book quickly teaches you the insider secrets you need to know to in order to run a project successfully from start to finish.The highly motivational 'in a week' structure of the book provides seven straightforward chapters explaining the key points, and at the end there are optional questions to ensure you have taken it all in. There are also cartoons and diagrams throughout, to help make this book a more enjoyable and effective learning experience.So what are you waiting for? Let this book put you on the fast track to success!

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Job Hunting In A Week

Patricia Scudamore, Hilton Catt
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Patricia Scudamore, Hilton Catt
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Job Applications In A Week

Patricia Scudamore, Hilton Catt
Authors:
Patricia Scudamore, Hilton Catt

The ability to put in a successful job application is crucial to anyone who wants to advance their career.Written by Pat Scudamore and Hilton Catt, leading experts on appraisals as both coaches and HR practitioners, this book quickly teaches you the insider secrets you need to know in order to create a successful job application.The highly motivational 'in a week' structure of the book provides seven straightforward chapters explaining the key points, and at the end there are optional questions to ensure you have taken it all in. There are also cartoons and diagrams throughout, to help make this book a more enjoyable and effective learning experience.So what are you waiting for? Let this book put you on the fast track to success!