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Maxim...ise!

maxim...ise! is not your usual collection of maxims, it is much more. A compilation of carefully curated quotes and maxims designed to provide a source of contemplation and inspiration for all those who are facing and navigating the challenges of a fast changing world.

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Overview

maxim...ise! is not your usual collection of maxims, it is much more. Authors Mark Thomas and Ian Pincombe have expertly crafted this book to provide a source of contemplation and inspiration for all those who are facing and navigating the challenges of a fast-changing world.

Through a carefully curated selection of quotes, the book focuses on very contemporary leadership and organisational themes such as Agility, Innovation, Known / Unknown and Resilience. It addresses eternal leadership qualities such as Belief, Character and Perseverance, key areas for the individual to focus on while navigating today's ever-changing world.

maxim...ise! will appeal to leaders, managers, learning and development providers and consultants working in the fields of leadership and organisational development.

It provides a ready source of information and motivation, providing  a unique but on-going source of reflection and inspiration through maxims from people such as John Adair, Aristotle, Galileo, George Bernard Shaw, Sun Tzu, Muhammad Ali, Henry Ford, Cristiano Ronaldo, Clint Eastwood, Martin Luther King, William Shakespeare and John Wayne, to name only a few.

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Table of contents

  • Known/Unknown
  • Belief
  • Character
  • Purpose
  • Perseverance
  • Resilience
  • Innovation
  • Agility
  • Communication

Ian Pincombe

Ian Pincombe is a former musician, lecturer and historian.

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Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas is a global business consultant, speaker, and author. He specialises in leadership and the development of organisations. This has taken him to cities such as Dayton, Luanda, Moscow, Port Louis, Reykjavik and Sydney. Having observed so many “hyped” initiatives come and go, Mark has become fascinated by the future of work and the forms companies may take.

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Paperback

ISBN 9781854189332
64 pages

  • GBP 4.49

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eBook

ISBN 9781854189349

  • GBP 1.99 +VAT

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