Category Archives: Recommended Reading

In this groundbreaking book, René Carayol, leading business guru, top keynote speaker on Leadership and Culture, executive coach, shares the magic and simplicity of the SPIKE (Strengths Positively Identified Kick-start Excellence) philosophy. In the world of SPIKE, there are no … Continue reading

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Most people want to be successful in life. And of course, everyone wants to be happy. When it comes to the pursuit of success and happiness, most people assume the same formula: if you work hard, you will become successful, … Continue reading

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Leadership isn’t complicated – keep it simple and make it count. This new edition of Steve Radcliffe’s uniquely powerful, successful and practical framework will show you how to develop faster as a more confident and capable leader. About the Author … Continue reading

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Are you plagued by constant negative dialogue running around in your head? Like the incessant quacking of a duck? In this powerful book, Bobby Cappuccio and Pete Cohen give you a host of great strategies and insights to help you … Continue reading

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THE classic work about improving creativity from world-renowned writer and philosopher Edward de Bono. In schools we are taught to meet problems head-on: what Edward de Bono calls ‘vertical thinking’. This works well in simple situations – but we are … Continue reading

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Hack Yourself is a self-development book, built for the modern day, that enables you to use hacking mentality and techniques to unlock your hidden potential and release it to the world. Fast. Brave. Impactful. This book offers short, practical advice … Continue reading

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Napoleon Hill’s best-selling THINK AND GROW RICH! is the most widely acclaimed, influential book on success ever published. This unique edition is the only fully annotated, indexed version and is copyright-protected by the U. S. Copyright Office. Unlike most other … Continue reading

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Whether it is chosen or thrust upon you, change brings both opportunities and turmoil. Since first published 25 years ago, Transitions has helped hundreds of thousands of readers cope with these issues by providing an elegantly simple yet profoundly insightful … Continue reading

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The 12 Powers of a Marketing Leader, by Thomas Barta, former McKinsey partner and leadership dean of our Fellowship Programme, together with Patrick Barwise of London Business School, and several of our Academy Fellows, demonstrates why doing marketing isn’t the same as … Continue reading

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Hugh MacLeod’s acclaimed blog, GapingVoid, draws 1.5 million visitors a month and his e-book, How to be Creative, has been downloaded more than a million times. Now he has expanded his thoughts on unleashing creativity in a world that often … Continue reading

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