Imagine knowing what really works at work! In this book Dr Rebecca Newton shares key insights and valuable research to highlight what actually makes a difference when it comes to building the professional life you aspire to.
In The Results Space you’ll learn from this leading business psychologist how to:
Find out how to get the results you want and maximise your most precious commodity - space to think. Not for the faint-hearted, this book is designed for professionals who want to be intellectually challenged and uncover what the evidence says about success at work. Discover what you can change to see the change you want.
Dr Rebecca Newton lectures in Leadership at the London School of Economics and Political Science as a Visiting Fellow. She has also been a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University and has facilitated executive education for the University of Cambridge. Rebecca has worked globally with leaders and professionals from some of the world’s most influential organisations, helping them to improve their Results Space.
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"The Result Space"
Loved this audio book. Newton's approach is practical and easy to implement yet very rich in content. I was able to make changes in my professional (and private) life that allowed me to make space for strategic thinking. I have definitely seen the change in my performance. I'd recommend it to anyone to wants to achieve more professionally.
"How to stand out professionally and strategically"
After listening to Dr. Newton’s book, it has completely changed the way I approach my professional life. Having been in the corporate culture for over 15 years, the insights and understanding on how to get great results in influence, advancement, motivating people and being innovative will shape my future working environment for myself and my team.
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