We are very pleased to announce a new book from a new author – a rollicking adventure through the true life of a Colonial District Officer in Africa, Arabia and Hong Kong, from 1950s to 1990s.
Kenya’s Northern Frontier and Far Beyond by Hugh Walker MBE.
This was written by Hugh in his 89th year, from diaries and notes made over many decades. It was edited, expanded from conversations, moulded and formatted by our very own Lesley Curwen and by Paddy Magrane.
It was first privately published in Jan 2020 as hardback and paperback by Story Terrace.
Trenchant Books is delighted to have converted the text to a Kindle eBook and published this format on Amazon on 1 Apr 2020.
You can purchase print and eBook formats here.
We are pleased to announce that Nic Vine‘s book How Can We Make This Happen? Successful Change Through Incentives and Trust is now a reading list textbook at the Business School in the University of Greenwich for Project Management courses.
A new course for undergraduates called Discover Project Management will be using the book from September 2017.
Share Radio broadcasts on DAB, mobile app and the internet, specialising in everything about money and businesses.
They have picked up on Nic Vine’s new book, about using Incentives and Trust when involved in change, and Simon Rose will be interviewing him next week (13 Dec) for their Book programme. This 20 minute discussion promises to explore Nic’s broad experience in making things happen in organisations large and small, across many industries. Nic will explain why he wrote the book, and how it can help young managers who are starting to have project and change responsibilities, and act as a refresher for the older hands too.
Broadcast times will be confirmed nearer the date, and the programme will then be available on Share Radio’s podcast page.
… of interim managers at an Interims Talk workshop on 27 Oct sponsored by B2E Resourcing. Nic Vine gave a 45 minutes talk based on his book, pulling out some key points about understanding incentives, managing trust, and effective communications. The Q&A was lively, and book sales followed.
Nic Vine’s public lecture is advertised here on the University of Greenwich website, with a link from their front page.
Nic Vine, author of How Can We Make This Happen is delivering a Big Picture public seminar at the University of Greenwich.
The event is on Wed 12th October, 17:00-18:30, at the Old Royal Naval College site.
Nic will talk about the ways in which we can Make Things Happen by looking at how individuals and groups are motivated, why and how to communicate differently with different groups, and the extent to which trust is fundamental for people working together. Nic will illustrate with examples from his recently published book, and from current media stories. This is relevant to everyone in any organisation because we are all change agents now.
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Nic Vine’s book How Can We Make This Happen? : Successful Change Through Incentives and Trust was successfully launched on 8 Sep at Waterstones Greenwich.
A crowd of some 20 friends and colleagues of the author heard Jon Sibson, Pro Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Business at the University of Greenwich introduce Nic and the book. Jon praised Nic’s contribution to the Faculty, and admired his self-motivation in getting the book completed and published.
Nic explained the background, that he wanted to capture his experience and observations over 30+ years, his mentoring of young professionals facing their first big project or change responsibility. He related the frustrations and anxieties that are experienced by many authors, and how pleased he was to be presenting the finished book.
The evening concluded with some signing and a lot of animated discussions over wine and nibbles.
You can now request signed copies of books from the author, using Paypal to make your payment. You don’t need a Paypal account, you can use a credit or debit card. When you have made the payment, contact us with your name and address, and any message you would like in the book. The book will then be sent to you with free postage & packing.
For How Can We Make This Happen? by Nic Vine use this Paypal link.
The event previously posted here has now been given great publicity by the University of Greenwich. Please follow this link.
For information on Waterstones in Greenwich, use this link.
After a little gremlin hunting Look Inside is now working on Amazon sites, for paperback and Kindle versions of our first book. Do browse before you buy.