Lucy Harrison, author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs, speaks to Nigel Creaser on The Sunday Lunch Project Manager podcast.
In this episode, we have the first part of my chat with Lucy Harrison, The Soft Skills Guru Lucy’s aim is to inspire and equip a million people to think, act and lead with more humanity, making the workplace more collaborative, entrepreneurial and creative. She has been working with teams and their…
‘If you are someone who likes their self-help books to be chock-full of good, simple exercises, this book won’t disappoint and, as some of the case studies show, at the very least it will give you the confidence to have the difficult conversations even if they don’t always end in success.’
‘A useful, potentially even essential companion guide for anyone in the industry charged with managing a team.’
Lucy Harrison’s book Soft Skills for Tough Jobs, is reviewed in Nuclear Future.
Do your people feel like you care about them, and what they have to say? Lucy Harrison, author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs, speaks to HRFuture about what it means to care at work, and why it matters.
‘The ability to collaborate, engage, influence, think strategically, empower and communicate is crucial to every leaders’ success.’
Lucy Harrison, author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs, is featured in The Chemical Engineer speaking about the seven most important human, leadership or soft skills to increase your chances of doing well in leadership positions.
How to increase your chances of doing well in leadership positions HAVE you ever come across a problem you couldn’t solve? Most engineers I know love to solve problems. There is a great satisfaction in coming up with the perfect solution, process or result, no matter how tough the environment.
‘… it’s well worth anyone reading this book to improve quality and effectiveness of their work and non-work-related conversations’
Lucy Harrison‘s Soft Skills for Tough Jobs is a featured book review in theHRDIRECTOR
This is a great book. It’s clear, engagingly written and especially enjoyable but it’s also full of practical tips and frameworks for building teams that work. The authors, in their own words, says is about ‘Building teams that work, one conversation at a time’
‘I don’t believe anyone comes to work to upset people, make things worse, to not care or do a bad job’
Lucy Harrison, author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs, is featured in Solicitors Journal talking about the importance of interpersonal skills in a business.
Lucy Harrison outlines the importance of interpersonal skills in a business Have you ever had a boss that didn’t notice what you did, no matter how hard you worked? Or one that seemed to ignore the signs things weren’t going well and carry on regardless? How did that impact on you and your work?
The company of Lucy Harrison (author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs: Building teams that work, one conversation at a time), is the Micro Business category winner at the 2022 BECBC Awards.
AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED! Thank you to our BECBC Awards Website Sponsor DM Engineering who provide Precision Machining, Manufacturing and Mechanical Fitting Services. The winners of this year’s BECBC Business Awards were announced at the awards dinner at Energus in Lillyhall, Cumbria on 26th May, hosted by BBC Business correspondent, Nina Warhurst.
The company of Lucy Harrison (author of Soft Skills for Tough Jobs: Building teams that work, one conversation at a time), has been shortlisted for the BECBC Awards in the Micro Business category.
The Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster Awards are back, bigger and better than ever! With 12 award categories and opportunities to sponsor to suit all sizes of business we’re looking forward to celebrating the amazing things our members have achieved over the last two years with an Awards Ceremony on 26th May.