How to: Use Innovation & Creativity in the Workplace

by Patrick Collister

Are you hungry to increase productivity in your workplace? Do you want to solve problems and enhance working relationships? A creative director with more than 25 years’ experience, Patrick Collister introduces new ways to get the creative juices flowing. Whatever your career, how to: use innovation and creativity in the workplace is packed with simple and practical techniques that are easy to introduce into the working day. Find out how to encourage the exchange of ideas with colleagues and make meaningful and positive changes. Use technology and digital platforms, break established work patterns and engineer working environments to harness creative potential and increase innovation. Read more.

How to: Train your Memory

by Phil Chambers

Do you struggle to remember people’s names at social events or business networking meetings? How often do you forget where you left your keys or your phone? Have you ever walked into a room and forgotten why? A leading memory expert, Phil Chambers shows you how to make these lapses a thing of the past. With how to: train your memory, find out how to have facts and figures at your fingertips. Give speeches from memory, remember all your passwords, rapidly learn foreign language vocabulary and make studying easier, more rewarding and fun. Written in simple step-by-step fashion, with lots of exercises and examples, you will be guided from absent-mindedness to memory mastery. Read more.

How to: Brexit

by Jack Parlett

Jack Parlett gives a timely and informative exploration of Britain and the European Union, showing how the referendum of 2016 is steeped in history and philosophy. With references as wide ranging as Thomas Hobbes, Jean Bodin, and Shakespeare, as well as contemporary scholars and commentators, Parlett delves deep into the concept of Brexit, considering sovereignty and democracy in the wake of the Leave vote. With contributions from Justin Champion, Simon Glendinning, Daniel Hannan, Tom Kremer, Laura Sandys, Sir Roger Scruton and Adam Zamoyski, whose How to: Academy debate on 13th June 2016 at Conway Hall, Westminster, was the inspiration for this book. How to: Brexit is an essential guide with a measured perspective on both the Leave and Remain campaigns, taking us further into what the future for the UK will be outside of the EU. Read more.