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THE IMPACT CODE

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THE
IMPACT CODE

50 WAYS TO E NH A NCE YOUR PRE SE NCE A ND IMPAC T AT WORK

THE
IMPACT
CODE

50 WAYS TO ENHANCE YOUR


PRESENCE AND IMPACT AT WORK

50 ways to enhance
your presence and
impact at work
Author: Simon Tyler
Publisher: LID Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-907794-65-0
Publication date: November 2014
Net price: 9.99
Format: 180 x 120mm
Hardback 128pp

SIMON T Y LE R

03/10/2014 10:28

Creating impact is key for leaders. Understanding business


objectives and translating them into achievable outcomes requires
leaders who are clear on how to impact and influence. Simon Tyler
knows how to achieve this and has helped many of our business leaders
in leading cultural change and transformation
Andrew Bester, Group Director, CEO, Commercial Banking, Lloyds Banking Group
The term IMPACT describes the effect on those we
have around us. Having impact expresses the collective
impression left by our visual appearance, our presence,
the way we connect with others and the lasting effect we
have on people when we have left the room.
In business every ambitious manager understands the
need to create impact, it enables them to make change
happen, deliver a vision, communicate an idea and in
particular encourage action from others.
In this valuable new book, Simon Tyler offers 50 simple
solutions and ideas to help leaders and managers
maximise their impact and change the way they are
perceived by others.

The book addresses five areas of leadership impact:


Visual impact
Presence
Connection
Verbal impact
Leadership footprint
Each technique is designed to challenge the readers
thinking and current behaviours but beyond just being a
good read, genuinely inspire readers to take action.
The Impact Code is the ultimate self-help guide for any
ambitious executive and is all they need to help them
succeed.

I needed to change my impact as I took on a new role Simon


not only helped me do that but made me more effective as
a business person. Im more rounded, more reasoned and
ultimately, more effective. His approach and his tools can make
a difference very quickly.
Gordon Roberston, Director of Communications, Edinburgh Airport
and Chair of Marketing Edinburgh

Simon has incredible intuitive insight. He uses this skill to


get the people he works with to focus on the important issues.
He disarms their inhibitions and turns impact into focused,
deliberate and intentionful impact.

Mind the Gap

Notes to editors:

Review copies, cover images, interviews with and videos


of the author are availble on request

About the author:

Simon Tyler is a specialist in Leadership Impact and has coached


over 500 executives from companies including BP, Coutts,
DuPont, and Lloyds Banking Group.

Warren L Creates, Head of Immigration Law Group,


Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP

For more information or


a review copy, please contact:
Rebecca Nolan

Strategic Communications Manager,


LID Publishing
rebecca.nolan@lidpublishing.com
+44 (0)7730 215527