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Title 100 Great Handling Change Ideas  
ISBN 9789814794633
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Business
Dr Peter Shaw
Specifications 130mm x 198mm / 224pp / Paperback
Publication Date Apr-2018
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 18.60 BUY NOW
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About the Book

// How do you face uncertainty at work with confidence?
// How do you accept the inevitability of rapid change?
// How do you address your fears and apprehensions?
// How do you focus on the learning and the opportunities?

Leaders in every country and sector are handling rapid change resulting from technological, political or cultural changes. Progress comes when we recognise what attitudes or self-beliefs are holding us back and how we can break out of them.

100 Great Handling Rapid Change Ideas looks first at leading ourselves and then at leading others. It focuses on the frame of mind you bring, growing your capabilities, and balancing vision with flexibility of approach, as well as how you keep ahead of potential problems. The book provides a valuable companion for anyone who wants to be at their best in leading convincingly through change.

About the Author

Dr Peter Shaw is a founding partner of Praesta Partners and works with individuals, teams and groups to help them grow their strengths and tackle demanding issues confidently. He has held a wide range of board posts covering finance, personnel, policy, communications and delivery, and worked in five UK Government departments. He is the author of 26 influential books on leadership and is a Visiting Professor in the Business Faculties at Newcastle, Chester and De Montfort Universities, a Professorial Fellow at St John’s College, University of Durham. He has been a member of the Visiting Professorial Faculty at Regent College, Vancouver since 2008.
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