John Timpson WINS the Commuter’s Read category at the CMI Management Awards
Keys to Success by John Timpson has won Commuter’s Read at the 2018 Management Book of the Year Awards.
Launched in 2010, the Management Book of the Year signposts managers and leaders to the books that are breathing new life into management and leadership thinking. The Awards are hosted by the Chartered Management Institute in association with The British Library, and are sponsored by Henley Business School. This year, more than 140 titles were entered into the competition, with books judged by a panel of business academics and senior figures from the world of business..
Liz White, Head of Strategy at the British Library, said: “Many congratulations to Keys to Success for being awarded Commuter’s Read. With the British Library’s unparalleled collection of management and business resources, we are delighted to be hosting the award once again this year, and we are pleased to be supporting CMI in their mission to develop management and leadership.”
Ann Francke, CEO of CMI said: “As business and politics continues to struggle with winning back public trust thanks to high-profile examples of poor corporate management and erratic leadership, we need books like this to change how managers and leaders think and act. This an essential read for every professional to deal with today’s uncertain business and political climate.”
Judge Delroy Beverley described the Commuter’s Read category as “good to read for commuters to dip into at odd moments and you could easily leave this on your desk to browse through when you need a boost or quick word of inspiration. Whoever is behind this award may be someone who we all know, or at least, will know one day!””
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