Improving business, understanding people and developing individuals isn’t an end goal. It’s an ongoing, ever-changing process. You always need to be on your toes. There’s a wealth of information out there. Check out our reading recommendations. These are the books that every L&D and HR professional should add to their toolkit.

Two Lengths of the Pool: Sometimes the simplest ideas have the greatest impact

Simon Hartley

This book will help you to simplify and clarify what you do. It will help you develop razor sharp focus. Razor sharp focus will help you to become infinitely more effective. It will give you ever greater productivity, improved performance and ultimately better results. Imagine if you could have the intense focus of an Olympic athlete. How much more effective could you be? How much more productive would you be if we cleared out the clutter and distraction that are holding you back? What if you could help those around you do the same? You can now apply the simple principles that have helped transform the performance of Olympians, championship winning sports teams and highly successful businesses. The principles contained in this book have literally helped athletes become world class.

The State of Organisational Dialogue 2018

The state of organisational dialogue in 2017

Your business’s success relies on meaningful conversations between your leaders and their teams. If you don’t change your current state, your business won’t perform well in the future.

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