Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
THINK More - The Key to Business Communication Success - cover

THINK More - The Key to Business Communication Success

Jan Dyer O'Neil

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

The must-have business book. Underneath your polished exterior is a challenged caveperson fending off the mammoth beast of technology every day. Defend yourself by fueling your mind with smart communication concepts, many of which are powered by research in neuroscience and psychology. You'll discover T.H.I.N.K. isn't a stiff ho-hum rules book—it’s the Elements of Style guide for communication success.        You’ll learn:Why we are drawn to technology and how to manage itHow to reduce your screen time and be more productive    Think, create, and brainstorm wisely and often    Experience positive communication    Get the messages you want, send the messages they want    Write to capture your reader’s attention and keep itT.H.I.N.K. is a must-have business book for every busy, business professional.    Good news! You don’t have to T.H.I.N.K. alone! Use this resourceful guide to create a communications plan with your team and experience the benefits of partying working like it’s 1999!
Available since: 01/02/2018.
Print length: 153 pages.

Other books that might interest you

  • The Positive Organization - Breaking Free from Conventional Cultures Constraints and Beliefs - cover

    The Positive Organization -...

    Robert E. Quinn

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Beholden to accepted assumptions about people and organizations, too many enterprises waste human potential. Robert Quinn shows how to defy convention and create organizations where people feel fully engaged and continually rewarded, where - both individually and collectively - they flourish and exceed expectations.
    
    The problem is that leaders are following a negative and constraining "mental map" that insists organizations must be rigid, top-down hierarchies and that the people in them are driven mainly by self-interest and fear. But leaders can adopt a different mental map, one where organizations are networks of fluid, evolving relationships and where people are motivated by a desire to grow, learn, and serve a larger goal. Using dozens of memorable stories, Quinn describes specific actions leaders can take to facilitate the emergence of this organizational culture - helping people gain a sense of purpose, engage in authentic conversations, see new possibilities, and sacrifice for the common good.
    
    The book includes the positive organization generator, a tool that provides 100 real-life practices from positive organizations and helps you reinvent them to fit your specific needs. With the POG you can identify and implement the practices that will have the greatest impact on your organization.
    
    At its heart, the book helps leaders see new possibilities that lie within the acknowledged realities of organizational life. It provides five keys for learning to be "bilingual" - speaking the conventional language of business as well as the language of the positive organization. When leaders can do this, they are able to make real and lasting change.
    A Berrett-Koehler audio production.
    Show book
  • how to deal with shiny object syndrome - My own tips to deal with this thing - cover

    how to deal with shiny object...

    Parshwika Bhandari

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    In this book, I am talking about shiny object syndrome, what it is an dhow to deal with it, all these are long term tips it will take sometime to get the results but once you are doing on daily basis you will going to get the desired results, all these tips are personally used by me and these are my own tips, so see you book.
    Show book
  • Great Leaders Grow - Becoming a Leader for Life - cover

    Great Leaders Grow - Becoming a...

    Ken Blanchard, Mark Miller

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    The international bestselling authors return to share the four ways leaders must challenge themselves in order to fulfill their highest potential. 
     
    Successful leaders don’t rest on their laurels because leadership is not a title on a business card. Leadership is a living process—and life means growth. As Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller write in the introduction, “the path to increased influence, impact, and leadership effectiveness is paved with personal growth.… Our capacity to grow determines our capacity to lead. It’s really that simple.” Great Leaders Grow shows leaders and aspiring leaders precisely which areas to focus on so they can remain effective throughout their lives. 
     
    Debbie Brewster—the protagonist from Blanchard and Miller’s international bestseller The Secret—returns in this book to mentor her mentor’s son, Blake, as he begins his career. Now an accomplished leader herself, Debbie shows Blake how growing as a leader and as a human being are inextricably linked. “How well you and I serve will be determined by the decision to grow or not,” she says. “Will you be a leader who is always ready to face the next challenge? Or will you be a leader who tries to apply yesterday’s solutions to today’s problems?” 
     
    As Blake confronts the challenges of business in the real world, he turns to Debbie for guidance. Step by step, Debbie and Blake explore the GROW model—four ways that leaders must challenge and stretch themselves, both on the job and off, to fulfill their highest potential. 
     
    Whether you’re a CEO or an entry-level employee, this book will inspire you to reflect on your life and design your own long-term growth plan—a plan that can lead not only to continuing professional success but to personal fulfillment as well. 
     
    “Great stories based on principles have proven to be the most effective genre for focused learning. Mark and Ken have proven to be one of the world’s most successful writing teams. With Great Leaders Grow, this creative dream team has produced their best work yet! This is a book for those who seek to be more effective leaders at home, at work, and in our nation as a whole.” —Andy Andrews, New York Times bestselling author of The Noticer and The Traveler’s Gift
    Show book
  • Who Knew You Had It In You? - cover

    Who Knew You Had It In You?

    Neville Melville

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Who knew you had Greatness within you? Hopefully your parents or teachers recognized your potential and nurtured it and encouraged you. Embedded deep within your DNA are the same qualities that led our ancient ancestors to become the most successful species on Earth against all odds.Tragically, all but a few people fail to reach their potential Greatness, instead being robbed of their destinies by the harsh realities of life and the pushers of negativity, which is as addictive as crack cocaine. Who Knew shows you how to “restore your factory settings” and achieve the Greatness lying dormant in you.Included: * 7 deadly sins of negativity* Conquering negativity: 12-Step Program* Finding the song in your heart: 10 Techniques* Set your sights on your Everest* The Viking concept of Sisu (indominable spirit)
    Show book
  • Mental Wealth - An Essential Guide to Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing - cover

    Mental Wealth - An Essential...

    Emi Golding, Peter Diaz

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Mental Wealth reveals an approach to workplace mental health and wellbeing that is proven to actually get results.  Despite having a huge impact on the productivity, profitability, and culture of organizations, there is very little guidance currently provided to managers and leaders on how to effectively manage workplace mental health and wellbeing. What does exist is often focused on the legal aspects of minimizing risk that it misses the psychology of workplace mental health and high performance and actually ends up creating risk for workplaces.Mental Wealth is a guide for managers and leaders on how to manage employees who may be experiencing mental health issues in the workplace. Founders of the Workplace Mental Health Institute, Peter Diaz and Emi Golding, provide an essential foundation for addressing workplace mental health. Some of the essential foundations discussed include dispelling myths about workplace mental health, the factors that cause and contribute to mental health issues, the impact those factors are having on workplaces, the benefits of addressing mental health appropriately, and 7 Pillars for a mentally Wealthy Workplace. Mental Wealth also includes case studies and practical strategies that can be implemented for immediate results.
    Show book
  • Entrepreneur Voices on Emotional Intelligence - cover

    Entrepreneur Voices on Emotional...

    Inc. The Staff of Entrepreneur...

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Improve your EQSuccess as an entrepreneur takes a lot more than big ideas and dedication. With threats of burnout and rejection at nearly every turn, the entrepreneurial journey is riddled with obstacles—but the staff, experts, and voices of Entrepreneur want you to know you're not alone. 
    Entrepreneur Voices on Emotional Intelligence brings you real-world strategies to help you get brutally honest with yourself and boost your emotional intelligence. Dive in and learn how to:Assess and manage your own EQ levelsStop negative thoughts in their tracks to stay focusedDecipher nonverbal cues that are the key to your successShut down emotional manipulators before they suck the life out of youDevelop a positive relationship with failureCope with the grief, loneliness, and self-doubt that all entrepreneurs facePropel your career with regular EQ maintenance 
    Plus, gain tips and tricks to become more likable, win big in your negotiations, and leverage emotions when marketing your business. 
    Foreword by Lewis HowesEdited by Jonathan Small
    Show book