An Interview with Steve Thomson: Episode 58

Steve Thomson

Steve Thomson: Author of The Sticking Point

In this weeks’ episode I interview the author of the book The Sticking Point, an unusual book which will help you develop your managerial techniques and improve how you manage your people.

In this episode we will cover:

  • Why Steve wrote the book;
  • The comparison between physical and mental pain;
  • Why managers and business owners should read the book;
  • The effects of negative behaviour on your staff;
  • Tips for changing behaviour in your business;
  • The relevance of the book to the workplace;
  • The benefits of positive action and paying things forward.

Action Points

  1. Obtain a copy and read the book;
  2. Consider how to do something small and positive for others;
  3. Get in touch and let us know of the action you take and the outcomes;
  4. If you would like to discuss strategies for making your workforce happier give me a call and talk it through 023 8098 2006.

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Sticking-Point

Obtain your copy of The Sticking Point here

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