Shorter Meetings.Quicker Results. Better Relations.
We all instinctively feel greater respect for someone who speaks with honesty. In business, there isn’t time to waste with endless niceties, waffle and small talk. But of course, you won’t achieve much if you simply bulldoze your way through meetings and conversations to get what you want.
There has to be a middle ground – a way of communicating that gets straight to the point and ensures you get the result you want, quickly – all without alienating everyone at the same time. You need to be candid, but courteous – you need to talk lean. Based on a highly successful business training programme, Talk Lean will show you how to achieve clarity, purpose and effectiveness, by saying what you really mean in a way that everyone will respond to.
You will learn how to:
- Open meetings and conversations in a succinct, empathetic and effective way
- Listen and respond to people to understand what they really want
- Generate trust and confidence to put others in a positive, receptive frame of mind
- Deal more naturally and more effectively with other people
- Maintain and enhance your relationships with others
Value(s) and Management
More value(s) in business relationships
A chapter dedicated to the Interactifs Discipline in a collective work (19 specialists) on Value(s) and Management (published in French by EMS Editions under the name Valeur(s) et Management).
The chapter gives the reader an insight into the fundamental concepts behind this innovative approach that prones and teaches much more simplicity and respect in human interactions. It also puts forward a business case for investing in the improvement of daily interactions at all levels of organisations.
The book is an inventory of management methods used around the world to better manage businesses through values to generate more value. The reader will read about Blue Ocean Strategy, Eco-Efficiency, Radical Innovation Design, V3: “Vision, Values, Willigness”, Business Analysis…and the Interactifs Discipline.
Website dedicated to the book at http://valeursetmanagement.com/
Click here to read an extract of the Valeurs(s) et Management at La Librairie Immateriel