Change Inspiration Spiral-bound – 2011
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This is a book to help you change things. Maybe you want to help your child do better at school. Maybe you want your team to act more responsibly at work. Maybe you want to get your family to improve their health and wellbeing. In short, any change you want to see happen. Usually these topics are treated separately - there is 'change management' advice for businesses, 'self help' advice for individuals and 'change the world' advice for activists. That is a shame because all change has something in common: for anything to change, someone has to start acting differently. In Change Inspiration, Damian Hughes takes the lid of one of the great mysteries of life: how can you get people to start behaving in a new way? Looking at the way our brain works, he reveals through compelling analysis and entertaining anecdotes, precisely how our brain absorbs information - and how you can start to inspire others.
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In this latest instalment, Damian once again uses simple, straight forward but powerful messages about how people can make lasting changes in their own lives as well as inspiring others to do the same. The real success of this book is the stories and anecdotes that Damian uses to reinforce all of his messages. Along with the cartoons, it makes the material come to life so the reader can instantly relate. All of this is then supplemented with reflective exercises throughout which allow you to apply the material to your own situation and discover your own way of inspiring change within yourself and others.
I'll be recommending this as well as all his other books to my friends, family and other professionals in my field, and I have no hesitation in recommending it to you.
I have found this book to be effective in challenging how we view change and offering some very simple guidance along the way. I have thoroughly enjoyed the book and plan to read it again.