Anthony Padgett

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Ort: Tokyo, Japan
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I'm living a very interesting life in Japan. Project Management is my specialty, but I also have personal interest in hypnosis, aikido, and NLP as support tools in business and in life. I'm originally from the United States, but have been in Japan for about 15 years.
 

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Complete Idiot's Guide to PROJECT MANAGEMENT (The &hellip von SUNNY BAKER KIM BAKER
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A friend of mine suggested that I start to look at Project Managementto help me organize the variety of projects I do at work in a largeautomotive company. (Interestingly enough, the division I'm in has no real PM processes in place.) I searched for books that could get me going in the right direction and as quickly as possible (in addition to joining the Project Management Institute...) This book was an easy read, but presented a lot of tools that I could implement almost immediately. After reading the book, I started seeing very obvious improvement in my team's work--we started to actually understand what we wanted to accomplish and where we were going. If you're interested in getting a… Mehr dazu
The Structure of Magic: A Book about Language and &hellip von Richard Bandler
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THE first NLP book that specifically introduces the Meta-Model. A fairly easy book to read on some basic questioning techniques to get to someone's deep structure (someone's true linguistic representation of the world). Fairly easy to read except the appendix on transformal grammar. Use these patterns carefully for they can be rather direct. A must for the beginning NLP student.
Thorsons Principles of Nlp von Joseph O'Connor
Thorsons Principles of Nlp von Joseph O'Connor
A very, very good basic introduction to NLP. This book is good for those who want an "executive summary" of the basic principles of NLP. It doesn't go into the techniques. Just enough to help you decide if NLP is right for you. If you want to get into basic techniques, best to skip this one and go right into "An Introduction to NLP."