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New books for book club: April

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It's April's book club, and a great selection it is too - leave a comment beneath to be in with a chance of reviewing.

INFORMAL LEARNING AT WORK by Paul Matthews

Discover how the role of anybody involved with workplace learning, enhancing capability and improving performance MUST change to successfully manage the critical shift in the way organizations need to cater to the learning needs of their employees.

MAKE YOUR BRAIN WORK by Amy Brann

Everyone wants to be more effective at work and to get maximum impact from minimum effort. Make Your Brain Work shows you how to do this, using the latest insights from neuroscience about how our mind works and what really makes us tick.

STRETCH: LEADING BEYOND BOUNDARIES by James Brook and Dr Paul Brewerton

Stretch is written as a fable and follows the journey of a leader with a deficit - or weakness-oriented - mindset, gaining insight and experience about how to lead more effectively through stretching and optimising his own strengths to achieve outstanding results.

SMART FLEXIBILITY (EBOOK) by Andy Lake

Smart Flexibility: Moving Smart and Flexible Working from Theory to Practice is an engaging and practical management book to help organisations implement Smart Working, and take a business-focused approach to 'Flexible Working'.

Enjoy!

4 Responses

  1. Brain Works

    As someone who is fascinated by how the brain works, from both a personal & professional viewpoint, I would love to take a look at Amy Brann's book.

    I have read the odd book in my time on this subject (my son was born with part of his brain missing so its been amazing to watch him rewire himself to function near normally) so it would be good to see what's new in the book.

    Thanks

    Frances

  2. INFORMAL LEARNING AT WORK by Paul Matthews

    I'm very interested in reading Informal Learning at Work — this is an area that is critical to our staff's development and yet as learning professionals we (in my company) are largely outside the informal learning sphere… I've been reading articles and whitepapers as I come across them but have yet to find something that will improve my practice as I work with the supervisors whose staff I develop training for.  Cheers, Cindy

  3. STRETCH: LEADING BEYOND BOUNDARIES

    I am interested in STRETCH: LEADING BEYOND BOUNDARIES by James Brook and Dr Paul Brewerton, it sounds like an action research project and I am currently learning about action research, an interesting subject.

     

    Thanks

    Uloma

  4. reviewers chosen!
    i’ll be in touch to get your addresses 🙂

    Jon

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