Tom Oliver’s publications focus on individuals empowering other individuals, organisations and companies to realise their full potential and maximise their performance. He pioneered this approach in his book “Nothing Is Impossible”, a global leadership bible published by McGraw-Hill, one of the largest publishers in the United States, operating in 28 countries.1

“Nothing Is Impossible” has been published in both English and Arabic and is available in hard cover, e-book and audio book.2 3

For reference: 

  • Oliver, Tom (2013). Nothing Is Impossible: 7 Steps to Realize Your True Power and Maximize Your Results: McGraw-Hill Education publications. ISBN: 0 -0718-3122-3
  • Oliver, Tom (2015). لاشيء مستحيل : ٧ خطوات لادراك قوتك الحقيقية وتعظيم نتائجك: Jarir Bookstore.

Leading public figures, philanthropists, best-selling authors, renowned business leaders and self-made billionaire entrepreneurs have praised “Nothing Is Impossible” and its practical approach to maximize personal and corporate potential and performance, including:

  • American actor Billy Zane 
  • Philanthropist and Club of Budapest founder Ervin Laszlo
  • Worldwide best-selling author and founder of The Chopra foundation, Deepak Chopra  
  • New York Times bestselling author and Google’s head of personal growth Chade-Meng Tan 
  • SAP HR Director (EMEA) Ralph Buchholz 
  • Global Group CEO of Interbrand, the leading and largest branding agency in the world, Jez Frampton 
  • Richard Huntington, Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, Saatchi & Saatchi London Group
  • Dean of Manchester Business School Michael Luger
  • A wide array of CEOs and Chairs of leading corporations such as:
    • Self-made billionaire entrepreneurs like Forbes Africa’s 50 richest Tony Elumelu
    • Billionaire internet entrepreneur and first president of eBay Jeff Skoll 4 5

Tom is also the co-author of the “Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Governance and Politics”. This comprehensive reference volume for the next decade provides practical solutions to the sustainability challenges of the next 5-10 years and has been called an “Impressive array of contributions written by leading scholars” (London School of Economics).6

For reference: Co-Author Oliver, Tom; Pattberg, P. H., & Zelli, F. (Eds.), Tom Oliver (2015). Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Governance and Politics. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISBN: 1-7881-1123-0


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