Intelligent Working

The Intelligent Work Book combines visual and verbal thinking to provide a powerful approach to problem solving. From thinking, working, planning and prioritizing to presenting, selling and negotiating, it provides effective tools to help anyone be more effective and outstanding.

This course looks at what most modern executives have to deal with in the world of work these days. Empathizing with the most frequent pressures people face, we run through a series of suggestions designed to help reduce that pressure.

How to do things in the right order, cope with too many tasks, get organized, and use the right systems. How to cope with too much email, multiple requests, and tight deadlines. How to ‘detox the inbox’ and design a working style that works best for them.

Example Content


  • Work you vs. Normal you
  • Motivational dips
  • Procrastination and panicking


  • What am I doing?
  • Taming technology
  • Task triage


  • Essentialism
  • Priority, not priorities
  • Beating interruptions


  • Show your workings
  • Overcoming objections
  • Introverts, Extraverts, Ambiverts


  • Eight steps
  • Never split the difference
  • Approach and style


This is a complete package of how to sort out the way you approach life and work. The fast content is extremely easy to apply immediately. 


This course makes people think completely differently about how they approach their work. Enough said.

Sample Source Material

Drive – Dan Pink

Essentialism – Greg McKeown

Radical Candor – Kim Scott

When Cultures Collide – Richard D. Lewis

“A tour de force. Beautifully done, and very relevant to the world of work today. As usual – clear, pragmatic and engaging.” 

David Wheldon, CMO, Royal Bank of Scotland Group