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Personal Effectiveness Books
Understanding Your own Time
- Time Log
- Time Log Analysis Tool (.xlsx for latest versions of Excel – 2007-2010)
- Time Log Analysis Tool (.xls for earlier versions of Excel – 1997-2003)
- Time Value Calculator (.xlsx for latest versions of Excel – 2007-2010)
- Time Value Calculator (.xls for earlier versions of Excel – 1997-2003)
- Time Cycle Chart
OATS Planning Tools
Goal Setting Tools
Filing and Organising
Chapter 2: Bury the Gopher
Chapter 3: The Meaning of NO
- Looking for NO’s
- Noble Objection Tent Card - print this on on card
- The Eight Page Method
- IOU Card - print this one onto a postcard
Chapter 4: When to say ‘YES’ and when to say ‘NO’
Chapter 6: The Psychology of NO
Chapter 9: How to say ‘NO’
You will be at your happiest when your values and your purpose in life support one another. Chapter 5 of Brilliant Stress Management will help you understand the importance of taking control of your attitudes. Download this Values Worksheet, to help you with the Brilliant Exercise: “Understanding and renewing your values.”
There are no downloadable resources for Smart to Wise.
Communication Skills Books
There are no downloadable resources for Brilliant Influence.
How to Speak so People Listen is filled with valuable resources; in particular, there are over 20 Speaker’s Checklists.
I have prepared ten items for you to download and put into your briefcase or onto your mobile device. These are free pdf files and all I ask is that you respect my copyright and, if you copy them to a friend or colleague, that you tell them where you got them from and how good the book is (your honest opinion, please!)
Chapter 4: Get Attention
Chapter 5: Get your Message Across
- Speaker’s Checklist – Story Plots
- Speaker’s Checklist – Power Words
- A Poster, summarising the meanings of Compelling, Persuasive and Powerful
Chapter 7: Focus on Conversations
Chapter 9: Focus on Meetings
Chapter 10: Focus on Public Speaking
Project Management Books
There are over 30 ‘Organising Yourself’ tools and templates for you to download, along with videos and posters.
If you are not a reader, you are still welcome to download the tools, but you will find clear explanations of how to use them – along with the eight clear steps to managing a great project – in the book. So I hope you will want to buy a copy soon.
Step 1: What do you want?
Step 2: Does it stack up?
Step 3: Who cares?
Step 4: How will you get what you want
- The Book of the Plan
- Book of the Plan File Index
- Project Plan Checklist
- Schedule of Project Outcomes and Deliverables
- Milestone Table
- Gantt Chart (Word)
- Gantt Chart (Excel)
- Quality Plan
- Health & Safety Plan
Step 5: Who will help?
Step 6 What if it goes wrong?
Step 7: How is it going?
- Progress Report
- Exception Report
- Milestone Status Report
- Change Request
- Change Request Log (Word)
- Change Request Log (Excel)
Step 8: How did it go?
Risk Management Templates
- Risk Potential Review
Based on Table 4.2, this template offers a quick and effective assessment of the overall risk level of your project.
- Risk Happens! Risk Register Template
This template collates all of the risk register elements illustrated in Tables 4.7, 5.17, 6.7, and 7.1. The columns of this risk register are fully described in the book. (Excel format)
- Risk Management Plan
Over-arching plan for risk management across your project
- Risk Response Plan
For detailed response to an individual risk
Templates for related project controls
Chapter 2: Focus on Individuals
Chapter 4: Foster a True Sense of Team Spirit
- A brilliant example in this chapter offers team names chosen by contestants in the
TV series The Apprentice, both in the UK and US. I challenge readers to guess
which were chosen by men’s teams and which by women, and which come from
the US show and which from the UK. If you want to see the answers, click here.
Chapter 5: Communicate Relentlessly – and well
Chapter 7: Project Planning Stage
- Linear Responsibility Chart
- Work Package Definition
- Gantt Chart
- Risk Register
- Risk Management Plan
- Risk Response Plan
Chapter 8: Project Delivery Stage
Chapter 9: Project Closure Stage
Stakeholder Analysis Templates
Stakeholder Planning Templates
- Basic Communications Plan
- Basic Stakeholder Communication Plan
- Communications Approach grid
- Impression Plan
- Message Calendar
- Progression Plan – Change Programme
- Progression Plan – Project Stages
- Single-Stakeholder Communications Plan
- Stakeholder Engagement Plan
- Stakeholder Engagement Strategy Planner
Call Handling Templates
General Management Books
Order a pdf version of the Handling Resistance Pocketbook from here.
Download Mike’s articles from Training Journal:
Resistance to Engagement (August 2011)
Employee engagement initiatives often meet with scepticism, resistance and even hostility. Why is this? Can we understand the source of the resistance and build on this understanding to create positive ways to handle it?
Creating the Onion Model (September 2011)
Mike Clayton explains how he created his onion model for resistance – to ideas, to change, to sales, and to employee engagement.
There are no resources for the Management Models Pocketbook.