In the fast paced environment we work in, the senior sales managers really welcomed the opportunity to spend an hour thinking about how they manage talent and can get the best from their sales teams. The (Genius at Work) concepts were simple to grasp and apply whilst being easily overlooked!
Catherine Noel, Canon UK
Peter Freeth has a unique approach to putting theory into action. I recommend his book to Learning and Development professionals, HR managers or trainers.
Manny Richter, Human Resources Manager, Bostik
Boross is the boss when it comes to successful, effective, memorable pitching. Gavin Duffy, Dragon's Den Ireland
The explanations about the concepts of NLP are easy to understand and the examples are helpful. I have read other books and until now this is the best for practitioners.
It has been a steep learning curve for me. The input from CGW made me revisit the style and format of the book which, now published, is very different from the original look that it had before working with them.
Roger Payne, author of The Business Cohesion Model
Paul Boross' Pitching Bible is a must for entrepreneurs. Crammed full of useful tactics to maximise communication and the psychology involved in the successful pitch, it's a confidence booster and an entertaining read too.
There are few books that help you maximize your company's resources to the fullest. Genius At Work tells you, step by step, what it takes to harness the intelligence of individuals, and disperse and install that intelligence throughout an entire organization. The chapter on modelling gives you specific techniques for replicating high performance, while learning about "metaprograms" will fill your toolbox with valuable insights on how you and your team process information. Highly Recommended!
When I started my NLP journey I found tons of book repeating the same few concepts in a very boring way, then suddenly I found this manual and everything became interesting and I started to be keen to know more and more. It is the perfect first step for anyone who wants to use NLP for working, coaching or just to understand better life.
I have no doubt that Peter Freeth is on course to be one of the most influential and effective leadership guides of the early 21st century. If you've encountered Peter before, you’ll probably already have this book. If you haven’t – be prepared for a fundamental shift in your approach to business. He really is that good.
David Nicoll, MD Certax Accounting
Humorous and accessible - This book explains clearly how modelling can help you identify the difference that makes the difference. Really useful in a business context when what creates high performance can be counter intuitive or difficult to quantify. The author gives real examples from his consultancy experience to illustrate how NLP can have a positive impact in practice.
Catherine Noel, L&D Manager, Canon UK