‘Nurture’, the book for first-time line managers, has reached #1 in Amazon’s Coaching & Mentoring chart in its first week of release.
Bromsgrove, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/19/2014 -- The Kindle edition of the business book, written by new author and marketing director John James Newton, claimed the top spot on 16 Mar 2014 in the Kindle's 'Coaching & Mentoring' department on Amazon.co.uk.
‘Nurture’ is based on John’s time working for, and managing at companies including Carlton Television, Yahoo! and Flextech Television, and features chapters on staff coaching, recruitment and performance management.
Speaking about the achievement, the author said: “I am delighted that ‘Nurture’, my first book, has been so well received. It highlights the new manager’s need for straightforward advice, rooted in experience.”
The management book features a number of illustrations by Leeds-based artist Jake Lava, and a cover design by Kablooie Creative, the graphic design agency.
Readers are able to download a selection of tips from the book by visiting nurturebook.com or by downloading a sample from Amazon’s Kindle store. ‘Nurture’ is also available as a hardback book, with a recommended retail price of £13.99.
The author of ‘Nurture’ regularly reviews business books for The Marketing Society and has edited two books on digital marketing.
About John James Newton
John James Newton is the marketing director at Aroq, the online publisher headquartered in Bromsgrove, UK, and a Chartered Marketer. Previously, he held the post of chief operating officer at Lichfield-based digital marketing agency, ClickThrough Marketing. John has managed and worked in teams in companies which include Yahoo!, Carlton Television and TNS Global.
He is a Fellow of the CIM and ISMM, a business leader within the Marketing Society and a member of the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning. John is an alumni of University of Wales, Aberystwyth, King Edward VI College, Stourbridge, and Warwickshire College. He currently lives in Wordsley in the West Midlands.
For more information contact John James Newton on 0843 523 0730, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through www.nurturebook.com.