This week regular business book reviewer Ian Mann spoke about “The Reputation Game: The Art of Changing How People See You” by David Waller and Rupert Younger.
Description on Amazon:
It’s a game you’re already playing, whether you like it or not.
You can choose to ignore it and remain at the mercy of what others say about you, or you can take the time to learn how it works.
For those who do the potential benefits are unlimited.
Through pioneering research and interviews with a host of major figures ranging from Jay-Z and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman, to Bernie Madoff and Man Booker prize-winning Hilary Mantel, Waller and Younger reveal the key mechanisms that make and remake our reputations, providing the essential guide to the most important game in business and in life.
Listen to the review in the audio below.
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