Use the full power of your mind and accelerate your performance
Using the most effective insights from psychology and neuroscience you can be more effective, more resourceful and develop the sharpest of business brains.
The latest in modern science combined with expert, inspiring advice will get you thinking about exciting ways to use your whole brain to work smarter, thrive under pressure, make better decisions, boost your creativity and take your business acumen to a whole new level.
So open this book, fire up your synapses and fine tune your mind for business.
Shortlisted for 'The Commuter's Read' category at the Chartered Management Institute Management Book of the Year Awards. Judges' comments: "Distils the key messages from research and makes them accessible." Philip Crips - The Commuter's Read Category Chair
"Well written and very credible." Afzal Ashraf - The Commuter's Read Category Judge
Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
Number of pages: 296
Weight: 320 g
Dimensions: 215 x 140 x 10 mm
"Insightful, entertaining and accessible. Something I can see myself coming back to many times over my career to help me, my colleagues and my team get the best out of themselves"
Roger Edmonds, Senior Marketing Manager, PepsiCo
"Essential for anyone who runs an organisation and cares about their staff."
Tony Cohen, Chair of Trustees, Barnardo's, and former CEO, FremantleMedia.
"An MOT and tune-up for your mind, in and out of business, that will help you stay on track"
Paul Birch, angel investor and Founder @ Makeshift
"Essential reading for companies who want staff to flourish."
John Attley BA, BSc, MICRS, Engagement Manager, NHBC
"This book demonstrates the value of taking care of your mind and mental wellbeing on a day-to-day basis, offering practical tips and advice to help you think smarter and live better."
Patrick Watt, Corporate Director, Bupa
"If enough managers read this highly readable and very useful book we might just increase national productivity and make our work a whole lot more enjoyable and fulfilling too."
Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, The RSA