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Who is Alice? by Miranda Manning
Who is Alice? by Miranda Manning
I thought this looked like a good read when I saw it in a local book shop. I bought the kindle edition. What a disappointment. Flat characters that never came to life. Little dialogue, too much descriptive text. Interesting storyline but a terrible read. And the kindle edition has words that are run in together without spaces between. Not worth reading.
Your First 100 Days: How to Make Maximum Impact in&hellip by Niamh O'Keeffe
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I'm always interested in reading management and leadership books, looking for new ideas that could benefit my work as a management coach and trainer. This book details the main focus areas that a leader in a new role should consider, and act on, during their first 100 days. I liked the practical bias of the book - and specifically that it gave me a structure and an approach that I could use when working with newly appointed managers. It provides a template to be used by leaders/coaches to develop a plan for those first 100 days. It also provides checklists of questions that I could use when coaching a manager, at monthly reviews of their progress against their first 100 days plan. Also… Read more
Who Killed Change?: Solving the Mystery of Leading&hellip by Ken Blanchard
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
"Here we go, I thought, yet another book by "The One Minute Manager" author - but since the topic of change and how to best manage it is a fascinating one and highly topical, I thought - "I'll give it a go, small book, should be able to read it in an hour or two and I might learn something". And I certainly did learn something.

I didn't particularly like that the book is written as a murder mystery. But (despite that), I liked that in a short book, easily read in a few hours, that there is a very succinct summary of the ingredients needed for a successful change initiative - culture, commitment, sponsorship, change leadership team, communication, urgency, vision, plan, budget,… Read more