Nice is Not a Biscuit: How to Build a World-Class Business by Doing the Right Thing

Nice is Not a Biscuit: How to Build a World-Class Business by Doing the Right Thing by PETER MEAD


Authors
PETER MEAD
ISBN
9780715655092
Published
Binding
Paperback
Dimensions
111 x 178mm

Founder of one of the most respected companies ever shares his 100 tips for success. You must know businesses or leaders that seem to have it all ? loyalty and success in equal measure. Do you aspire to the same, but worry that 'nice guys finish last'? In Nice Is Not a Biscuit, Peter Mead reveals the secrets of his success, and distils a lifetime's thought about the right way to do business. His 100 entertaining lessons include: . How to be a boss and a human being at the same time . Why trust in your brand is so precious . How to gain a share of both heads and hearts Nice is not patting people on the head. It's every person respecting every other person. Do that and you create a great business. It's a credo for life. AUTHOR: Peter Meadis currently Vice Chairman of Omnicom Group Inc, the biggest advertising agency in the world with a value of $13 billion. He left school at 16 and went to work in the despatch department of a large advertising agency, from where he rose quickly. In1977, he co-founded Abbott Mead Vickers (amvbbdo.com) with David Abbott and Adrian Vickers, which became, and remains, the most successful British advertising agency ever. In 2013 he received a CBE for services to the creative industries.
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