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NEW POCKETAUDIOS

Five audiobooks are now available, the first of a new series of PocketAudios. Priced at £6 each including VAT, the audiobooks can be purchased from this website. The series so far comprises full-length recordings of these Pocketbooks: coaching, leadership, managing change, tackling difficult conversations and time management.

To read more and to hear sample clips click here.

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POCKETBOOKS ONLINE

ePocketbooks on iPad

 

All of our Pocketbooks are available online via subscription.

A simple log-in gives you unlimited access to over 100 titles, more than 12,000 pages, of tips, tools and techniques to support workplace learning and development. You will also have access to 36 multiple choice quizzes to help you identify any gaps in your understanding of the topic in question. New titles, latest revisions and new editions are instantly available during your subscription.

Choose from a single or multi user (up to 5 people) subscription. Both available for either 3 or 12 months.

 

If you would like to subscribe to the full collection of Pocketbooks Online full details can be found here

 

If you would like to see how they look and perform you can gain free guest access to a selection of titles, without any obligation at all, by clicking here.

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JUST PUBLISHED

 

Be honest, we all have them and, of course, we see them in other people: blocks that prevent us from listening well. This Pocketbook, now published, lists the most common blocks and offers ‘sound’ advice on how to counter them.

“Many books have been written on this subject, and then this one comes along: practical, thought-provoking and a brilliant guide to follow on a daily basis. It’s jam-packed with content that perfectly captures the essence of effective listening. Bound to make an impact.”

Kaine Davidson, People Development, OD Manager, Veolia UK & Ireland

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Blog

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Get food for thought delivered to your inbox every Tuesday, sign up to the Pocketblog!

Each week, we feature a different management ‘Big Idea’.

The previous series of posts featured management thinkers and doers.  Browse the archive
How many of these great thinkers and practitioners do you know?  And even if you already know them, do you remember what they contributed, and why it’s valuable?

Blog author

This blog is written and edited by Mike Clayton, author of the Management Models Pocketbook and the Handling Resistance Pocketbook.

Mike is an author and speaker, whose website is at www.mikeclayton.co.uk. Mike can be contacted at mike@mikeclayton.co.uk

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Try before you buy

Try before you buy

If  you’re not sure which titles will suit your needs, you can always dip in before you take the plunge!

You can view a short extract from any Management Pocketbook by clicking ‘SEE EXTRACT’ (under each title’s front cover picture) or by clicking its heading on the BOOK EXTRACTS list.

Each extract includes the book’s Contents page, so you can check that the coverage is right for you.  You can also read About the author.

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Customer comments

We love hearing what you think about our books.

Here are some of the comments we’ve received recently…

 

‘I really like your series because the books in it look tremendously approachable and yet have some good, serious content.’

‘I’d recommend them to anyone – I think they’re great!’

‘Your books are the best I’ve come across.’

‘I like the small bite-size chunks and the visual interest.’

‘They’re not intimidating.’

‘These books are lifesavers!’

‘They’re perfect – I just haven’t got the time for heavy reading.’

‘It just gets on with it – I like the approach.’

‘Your books have got me out of a fix on more than one occasion.’

‘Packed with informative content – no waffle’

‘The great thing about your books is they act as reminders – key points at a glance.’

‘I’m a big fan – they’re so easy to read.’

‘Perfect in a time-pressured environment.’

 

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