THE ART OF ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS is a 'go to guide' to dip into as needed to remind you of the key questions to ask throughout the employment journey. By asking the right questions, you will enhance your team's skills to maximise their own talent and make your business more successful by engaging your team's knowledge and skills.
Pat Cunneen's The Future Years covers the first decade of Analog Devices' start-up in Limerick, recording and celebrating the success of the people who worked there, including those sadly lost along the way. It touches on the technology and operational challenges, the vibrant sports and social environment but, mostly, it is a story about people.
Clients who have followed the teachings in this book have achieved increases in fee income of 274%. This is a proven system and teaches you how to get more profitable clients, increase your fees, and be able to organise your time better.
THRIVE IN THE FUTURE OF WORK provides a journey through the realities, implications and solutions for the rapidly changing world of work we live in today. It is a practical account of what we know so far from those who have been there - and both a guide and an invitation for you to explore your path towards future of work readiness and fulfilment.
LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT in ORGANISATIONS: STRATEGY, EVIDENCE and PRACTICE provides a comprehensive and thematic overview of the thinking, research evidence and practice of strategic L&D in organisations, to help students of L&D and HRM to acquire a deep understanding of the field and to inform the practice of L&D professionals.
Starting Your Own Business: A Workbook is designed to take a potential entrepreneur through the whole process of starting a business, from first thoughts about self-employment to the practicalities of start-up. Throughout the workbook, you will find checklists, flowcharts and questionnaires designed to make you think about your proposed business.
Successful investing is not easy. While the future looms as unknowable as ever, IN SEARCH OF RETURNS will help you to evaluate the relationship between 'expected' risk and returns, understand different investment asset classes and investment strategies, and appreciate the influence of cognitive biases in asset pricing and investment behaviour.
On 15 August 1971, after 200 years broadly tied to gold, the money of the world was cut free. Since then, we are all hostage to a compellingly incentivised and bewilderingly diverse money creation machine, an accelerating pattern of boom, bubble & bust and an unmoored monetary mayhem beyond any control.
Integrated Care in Ireland in an International Context aims to bring the debate on the future of integrated care in Ireland to a wider audience than heretofore. It is intended to guide the thinking of policy-makers and the whole panoply of different health and social care professions that are stakeholders in the process.