Aka "The Undercover Economist" and presenter of More Or Less on Radio 4. A welcome contrast to all the books and articles that tell you to BE MORE ORGANISED.
“Fake it till you make it” and “Change from the outside in” are two of the key ideas in this highly praised book from an influential contemporary business commentator.
A business book in the form of a novel, so there is a sense of "what happens next". Very insightful about why some teams just don't work - and what inividuals can do to improve things. Here is the link to Lencioni's business organisation.
A classic from one of the UK’s most respected management thinkers. A business book packed full of wisdom
One of the most watched TED Talks. Fascinating observations about body language and how it influences people.
You can get this second hand on Amazon, but for some strange reason, not new. Gallwey has written some great books on improving sporting performance (for golf, tennis, skiing) and has taken these ideas to the world of work. If you think there is a sport/work link you’ll love it – and maybe even if you don’t.
A new look at the way our minds work and how we make decisions.
How to gain and edge in a complex, rapidly changing world.
This explains how your brain plays tricks on you - have you seen the famous one minute video clip?
Her motto: "Let's not play the game, let's change it."
Old fashioned "carrot and stick" doesn't work any more - and other interesting ideas about motivation.
One of the pioneers and first books about why IQ is not enough and EQ matters hugely. The link takes you to his other recent books as well.
Popular and influential writer about people, behaviour and social trends.
An insight into the world -changing ideas from the RSA's public events programme
Ideas from the leading management consultancy, that are relevant to our merger storyline