Will Roney

Posts Tagged ‘career development’

Book Review – Advocates and Enemies by Colin Gautrey

In Non-Fiction Writing on September 11, 2012 at 10:50

Advocates & Enemies: How to Build Practical Strategies to Influence Your Stakeholders

The world that we live in is a smorgasbord of communication delights. We can converse with people all around the world in a variety of different ways, in real or snail-mail time. It is verging on a utopian dream where everyone is connected and contactable. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Successful Coaching in a Week by Matt Somers (Teach Yourself Series)

In Non-Fiction Writing on April 9, 2012 at 17:04

Teach Yourself Successful Coaching in a Week

How do you progress your team to bigger and better things? Can you employ trainers and educators to come into your workplace to provide learning and enhance their skills? Or can you do it yourself? Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Successful Change Management in a Week by Mike Bourne (Teach Yourself Series)

In Non-Fiction Writing on March 26, 2012 at 09:32

Teach Yourself Successful Change Management in a Week

Nothing stays the same, and yet everything is the same. This is the paradox that we all live with, but it’s not necessarily true in the business world. It is certainly correct that a business survives because it transacts business in return for revenue, but the key thing to remember that how you transact is the part that changes. Read the rest of this entry »

Book Review – Copywriting in a Week by Robert Ashton (Teach Yourself Series)

In Non-Fiction Writing on March 26, 2012 at 09:24

Teach Yourself Successful Copywriting in a Week

In the social world, communication is key. It is the foundation of all interactions and is key to getting a message across. But what do you want to say, and do you know how to say it? An advert for your latest widget may be appropriate for a particular media (e.g print), but it might not translate effectively into perhaps an online presence. Read the rest of this entry »