Management Pocketbooks are at the CIPD’s HRD Exhibition on 21 & 22 April, at Olympia.
We’d love to see you – come and visit us on stand 571.
There will be a blog soon on memory, but in the meantime, to help you remember the stand number, you can always picture Delia Smith or Sophie Dahl or Jamie Oliver or Heston Blumenthal (pick your favourite) ‘strive to make a
Buy five get one free
We’ll be selling all pocketbooks at a £1 discount (at £6.99 each) and for every five books you buy, you can pick another one free. What better time to top up your collection?
If you are wondering how to use this offer, why not top up with new titles that weren’t born before the last HRD:
- Feedback Pocketbook
(take a look at our blog Feedback Welcome)
- Management Models Pocketbook
- Managing Assessment Centres
(take a look at our blog Put yourself on Display)
- Tackling Difficult Conversations
You might also like to update to a new edition. In the last year, Pocketbooks authors have been hard at work updating and revising:
- Communicator’s Pocketbook
(take a look at our blog The Power of Silence)
- Presentations Pocketbook
- Mentoring Pocketbook
- Business Planning Pocketbook
(take a look at our blog Time to Plan)
- Employment Law Pocketbook
- Stress Pocketbook
Carry your Pocketbooks around on your phone or iPod Touch, have them on your laptop, or have a full set on disc. We’ll be happy to talk with you about subscriptions to our whole portfolio of e-books – our e-Library – or buying single Pocketbooks in electronic format. e-Pocketbooks.
If you cannot wait until 21 April, see our website for more information.
‘I want to give you some feedback…..’
Mike Pezet, author of the new Feedback Pocketbook, will be presenting in the Learning Arena on Thursday 22 April from 15.00 to 15:45. His presentation is: ‘I want to give you some feedback…..’.
Mike’s presentation will demonstrate simple ways to establish effective feedback relationships and encourage acceptance; highlight some basic mistakes; describe how to avoid feedback adding to the blame culture; and show how to avoid negative feedback situations. All in 45 minutes.