In this month’s Kiwi Hacks we have the final article in our guest series by the Network’s own Jude Sclater, an expert in leadership and team development. Be sure to check out Jude’s first two articles in which Jude advises on how to get promoted at work and managing work/life balance. This month Jude explores the critical skill of managing yourself and others.
Jude Sclater's top tips on managing yourself and others
Unsurprisingly, if you're going to get that desired promotion and achieve a good work/life balance you also have to be good at managing yourself and others. The key to this is in understanding how the brain works, recognising that all brains are different and therefore knowing what works for you won't work in the same way for someone else.
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Authors: Steve Martin, Noah Goldstein and Robert Gialdini
Reviewer: Kirsty Fiddes
The Blurb on the back of the book says it all ...
At some point today you will have to influence or persuade someone to do something – your boss, a colleague, a customer, your spouse or even your children. In The Small B!G, three heavyweights from the world of persuasion science and practice describe the small changes that make the biggest difference in influencing other’s behaviour.
From the little adjustments that make meetings more effective to the costless alteration that saved a government millions – the Small B!G will provide more than fifty small and immediately applicable changes that can mean the difference between failure and success when persuading others. It is an indispensable guide for anyone who wishes to change the behaviour of others effectively, efficiently and ethically.