Book Reviews

The Penguin Guide to Employment Rights by Hina Belitz and Dominic Crossley-Holland

3 Sep 2002

This one is not for light bedtime reading – unless you are being kept awake by employment problems. Its aim...

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Money Making Machine by Eddie Obeng

20 Aug 2002

Money Making Machine attempts to hurl an ‘off the wall’ training presentation into the pages of a lively and easily...

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People Skills – 2nd edition by Neil Thompson

20 Aug 2002

The blurb promises the book will be a clear and accessible guide for people in a range of occupations that...

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NLP at Work by Sue Knight

23 Jul 2002

When I was asked to review Sue Knight’s updated book, the first thing I did was ask: what is NLP?...

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Working with Americans by Allyson Stewart-Allen and Lanie Denslow

2 Jul 2002

Love them or loathe them, it is an increasing business fact that at some point you will come into contact...

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Grow Your Own Leaders by W.C. Byham, et al

25 Jun 2002

Finding and attracting quality leaders is becoming more and more difficult in our increasingly competitive business world. The answer, it...

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Accelerating Performance by Sunny Stout Rostron

18 Jun 2002

“Developing people requires passion in your own development,” declares author Sunny Stout Rostron. Her obvious passion embraces a diverse source...

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Consultant – Market Yourself by Robert Gentle

18 Jun 2002

This book aims to help would-be consultants build a market profile that gets them noticed and ensures continued success. And...

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Develop Your Training Skills by Leslie Rae

23 Oct 2001

Develop Your Training Skills by Leslie Rae aims to equip those who are new to training with the knowledge and...

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Leading in a Culture of Change by Michael Fullan

2 Oct 2001

In Leading in a Culture of Change, Michael Fullan identifies five core components of effective leadership – moral purpose, understanding...

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Business Ethics by Chris Moon and Clive Bonny

25 Sep 2001

The proposition that business ethics actually matter, because, if ignored, they have a potentially fatal impact on any organisation, is...

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Drive Your People Wild By Jennifer White

4 Sep 2001

If you’re into management self-help books, then here’s one for you. Jennifer White, founder and CEO of The JWC Group...

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The Power of Six Sigma By Subir Chowdhury

21 Aug 2001

Preventing mistakes, they say, can make just as much money as flashy inventions, and the principle of Six Sigma is...

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Change Activist By Carmel McConnelly

31 Jul 2001

“To thy own self be true” is a recurring theme throughout this book in which the author challenges our complacency...

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