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The Business Skills Handbook

Develop the interpersonal, study and transferrable professional skills required to thrive in study and work with this complete handbook.
    Paperback£38.99
    Ebook£32.49
    Print + ebook bundle£48.80

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781843982180
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 245x190
536 pages
    About the book
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About the book

How do you develop leadership skills or give a successful presentation? What difference can effective thinking and critical reading make to your performance? How can you get and stay organized to meet deadlines? The first book of its kind to cover all the business skills that students need at university and at work, The Business Skills Handbook covers all the practical, cognitive, technical and development skills that students need to succeed, from organising life and work to developing good writing and teamwork skills.


Mapped to the learning outcomes of the CIPD Level 7 Advanced Developing Skills for Business Leadership module, and with a focus on experiential learning to get students assessing and developing their skills, The Business Skills Handbook is designed to help students manage themselves more effectively, make justifiable decisions and problem solve more effectively, lead and influence others, interpret financial information, manage financial resources, demonstrate IT proficiency and demonstrate competence in postgraduate study skills. Online supporting resources include an instructor's manual, lecture slides and figures and tables from the book.

About the authors

Roy Horn

Roy Horn is an academic and researcher in the School of Business and Management at Buckinghamshire New University, UK.

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This comprehensive text is ideal for my undergraduate business skills module. It is packed with cases, questions and activities that bring the text to life. The writing style is appealing and easy to follow and the material has been helpfully divided into practical, cognitive and technology skills.

Barbara Maiden, Senior Lecturer in HR, Wolverhampton University, UK