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Workstorming by Rob Kendall

Workstorming

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Workstorming by Rob Kendall
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Sep 13, 2016 | ISBN 9781780289175

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‘Whatever your role or gender, Workstorming offers a practical toolkit to increase the odds of getting your conversations right.’
– Sharon Doherty, Global Organization and People Development Director, Vodafone
 
‘Workstorming is packed with practical insights. Rob reminds us that if we listen, pause and focus on meaningful conversations we can be at our most impactful, not only in our workplace but also in our personal lives.’
– Ian Buchanan, Global Chief Operating Officer, Barclaycard
 
‘With the pressures of the “always-on” digital age, Rob’s simple techniques help you to step back, develop your business relationships and working style successfully, and still enjoy your life with family and friends.’
– Bryn Jones, Chief Technology Officer, Three UK
 
‘In Workstorming, Rob throws light on one of the great challenges of our time.’
– Clare Geldart, Director, Global Risk Assurance, PricewaterhouseCoopers
 
‘We have been lucky to have Rob help us grow our company into a leading and award-winning player in a highly competitive market by putting into practice the advice he outlines so well in this wonderful book. By reading Workstorming, you too can benefit from that wisdom.’
– Philip Dobree, Founder and Chief Executive, BAFTA- and EMMY-winning Jellyfish Pictures
 
‘Rob Kendall is one of the world’s leading experts on improving conversations. Based on sound psychology, this is an absolute must-read for anyone wanting to communicate more effectively at work.’
– Rob Archer, The Career Psychologist

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