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Book Summary: The Coaching Habit

By Michael Bungay Stanier

Drawing on years of experience training more than 10,000 busy managers from around the globe in practical, everyday coaching skills, Bungay Stanier reveals how to unlock your peoples' potential. He unpacks seven essential coaching questions to demonstrate how - by saying less and asking more - you can develop a coaching method that produces great results.

Book Summary: The Speed Of Trust

By Stephen Covey & Rebecca Merrill

In this book, Stephen Covey and Rebecca Merrill demonstrate that in business where, instead of compliance, the focus is on optimisation through developing an ethical character, transparent motivation, and superb competence in producing sustained, superior results.

Book Summary: Gen Z At Work

By David Stillman & Jonah Stillman

A new generation is starting to hit our workforce, yet no one seems to be talking about it: Generation Z. Born 1995–2012.

Book Summary: When Buyers Say No

By Tom Hopkins & Ben Katt

Let’s face it - when you are in sales, you are going to hear no much more often than yes. A lot more often. So what do you do when you hear dreaded word come out of a prospect’s mouth?

Book Summary: Build An A Team

By Whitney Johnson

What does healthy disruption look like within the dynamic of a team? Whitney Johnson describes what she calls the 'S curve of learning' - a thesis central to the book and her philosophy of development in the workplace.

Book Summary: Difficult Conversations

By Douglas Stone

Difficult conversations are a normal part of life. They include anything you find hard to talk about - like asking for a raise at work, to confronting disrespectful behaviour in your family, and everywhere in between.

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