Personal productivity is under scrutiny as never before. In every sector global recession means continued pressure to reduce costs and increase productivity. All organisations are now driven to shine a spotlight closely at the contribution from every manager. A brilliant track record is no longer any guarantee of future job security. What matters is how much value you are adding now.
On the 15th June, 1910 the S.S. Terra Nova left Cardiff Docks to the cheers of a huge crowd, sailing into maritime history and carrying the hopes of a nation.
With a foreword by Captain Scott's granddaughter, Dafila Scott, this book tells the story of the ship and the men who sailed on her, including her re-discovery in 2012.
This book is short but thought provoking and informative. Why do we act the way we do? Why do we change our minds so often? Why are reality TV shows, some of which portray contestants as pathetic and dysfunctional, so popular? Suzanne points out that psychological science has addressed these and many other questions about human behaviour – but the results are usually hidden away in specialist journals. In this book Suzanne begins to share some of these findings.