EXCITING, EXCITING, EXCITING!!
I don’t know where to start, but this is the most wonderful thing that has ever happened to Breaking Books!
Back in February I was introduced to a wonderful company, Packt Publishing. It was then I broke my own rule of reviewing only fiction and wrote my first non-fiction review and posted it proudly! The book was such a hit I was able to host a giveaway and a few weeks ago I was contacted to not only review another Professional Woman’s Guide, BUT HOST ANOTHER GIVEAWAY!!!
You could win 1 of 5 Digital Copies of
“The Professional Woman’s Guide to Giving Feedback!”
By Katie Botten
- 10 years’ experience in HR and Organisational Development roles within a range of public sector and financial services organisations, including major re-organisations, mergers and acquisitions
- 12 years’ experience as a consultant, trainer and coach working with a range of organisations to improve people management and performance.
- BA(Hons) Social Psychology
- PGDip Personnel Management
- Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
- Master Business Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming and Time Line Therapy ®
- Certified to use Archetypal Analysis with individuals and teams
- Certified Success Intelligence Coach
- Certified to use Psychometrics including MBTI, Occupational Personality Questionnaire, Wave Professional Styles, Wave Performance 360
All you have to do is visit this link to Pact Publishing’s site, read the book description, comment below with what you would to learn from the book, and the best 5 comments will win! That’s it! Easy right?!
Contest will close Wednesday, July 31st 11:59 EST
*3.8 out of 5 Stars on Amazon*
This is definitely a must-read for any woman who is trying to improve their own performance and/or the performance of those around her.
-Toi B. Wright 4 out of 5 Stars
Considering the current political climate with equal pay, this is an appropriate book to read.
-Lauren N. White 4 out of 5 Stars
There is a difference between positive feedback and negative feedback but, there is an even bigger difference when it comes to constructive feedback. It doesn’t matter what the problems or compliments are, what initiates action is the way it is delivered. Constructive feedback can be the hardest to give. This book has clear guidelines on how to construct and give useful feedback. Many managers give feedback that just ends up confusing because they are about hurt feelings. This book gave me the confidence to speak up and take an active role when discussing my professional development.
Good Luck to All Entries!