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Approximately 1.5 million people in the UK suffer from sleep disorders. As challenges with sleep for professionals reach epidemic proportions in the 21st century, the book Positive Sleep by Giles Watkins provides an invaluable guide for those in positions of responsibility and encourages employee well-being in organisations.
In his debut book, Giles Watkins, a coach and mentor with Aberkyn and Vistage, explores sleep issues through his own struggles with catching zzz’s. Using personal tips and techniques that transformed his life and helped him sleep better, Giles explains the importance and function of sleep and how it effects professionals, and how organisations can promote better sleep.
‘Giles Watkins has taken a subject dear to almost everyone’s hearts and – in simple, accessible and very personal terms – laid it out for us all to see. The result is a readable and practical book stacked full of stories and examples that constitutes a courageous call to personal action,’ says Mike Carson, a partner at McKinsey & Company.
‘Positive Sleep is an eye-opening read to help people maximise their shut eye,’ describes Jeremy Snape, former England Cricketer and managing director of High Performance Consultancy Sporting Edge.
Giles Watkins is a coach and mentor with both Aberkyn and Vistage. He has over 30 years of global business and general management experience in enabling decision makers to solve problems, achieve balance, deliver superior results and sleep better at night.
Positive Sleep is published by LID Publishing, the fifth largest business books publisher worldwide.
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