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  • Image of Create Distinction
    Image of Create Distinction

    What to Do When 'Great' Isn’t Good

    by Scott McKain

    In Create Distinction, Scott McKain offers a potent cure for similarity and uniformity — the primary killers of businesses and careers.

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    Image of Lukaszewski on Crisis Communication

    What Your CEO Needs to Know About Reputation Risk and Crisis Management

    by James E. Lukaszewski

    In this industry-defining book on crisis management and leadership recovery, James Lukaszewski introduces a concept rarely dealt with in crisis communication and operational response planning: managing the victim dimension of crisis. Delivered in his straight-talking style backed with compelling case studies, Lukaszewski on Crisis Communication is your guide to preparing for a crisis and the explosive visibility that comes with it.

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    Image of Tipping Sacred Cows

    Kick the Bad Work Habits that Masquerade as Virtues

    by Jake Breeden

    Tipping Sacred Cows reveals what it takes to overcome the dangerous behaviors that masquerade as virtues at work and how you can lead with fewer self-imposed limitations and greater results. Based on his experience coaching leaders in 27 countries and on the latest research in behavioral economics, neuroscience and psychology, Jake Breeden offers proven, powerful strategies for handling the seven most common "sacred cows" so that you can gain a clear path to reaching your...

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    Image of Unusually Excellent

    The Necessary Nine Skills Required for the Practice of Great Leadership

    by John Hamm

    The business environment may change, but no management trend can displace the core laws of excellent leadership. Unusually Excellent offers both seasoned and aspiring leaders a framework for understanding and applying the fundamentals of leadership at every stage in their careers. John Hamm demonstrates that any leader can excel by consistently putting into action the Necessary Nine skills: being authentic, trustworthy and compelling; leading people, strategy and execution...

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  • Image of Leading Change
    Image of Leading Change

    by John P. Kotter

    Harvard's Kotter simplifies the messy, complex process of corporate change. He provides a blueprint for the steps you need to take whether your change is a restructuring, reengineering project, or cultural renewal. This is the last word on managing change.

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  • Image of Mean Business
    Image of Mean Business

    by Albert Dunlap

    Dunlap, head of Sunbeam Corporation, shows how he transformed Scott Paper from a money-losing, lackluster organization into a vibrant market leader. Tips abound – on strategy, cost cutting, out-sourcing, and getting ahead on the job. A great “here’s how I did it” summary.

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    Image of Beating The Street

    The Best-Selling Author of (One up on Wall Street) Shows You how to Pick Winning Stocks and Mutual Funds

    by Peter Lynch

    Master stockpicker Lynch shows how he walloped the market averages while heading Fidelity's Magellan fund -- and how you can beat the Wall Street wizards, too. (Step one: Ignore the heard.)

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    Image of Strategic Benchmarking

    How to Rate Your Company's Performance against the World's Best

    by Gregory Watson

    You understand the value of comparing your company's practices to those of star performers in your industry. But how do you do that? Watson tells what to measure, how to find a benchmarking partner, and ways to apply what you've learned.

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  • Image of Sustaining Knock Your Socks Off Service
    Image of Sustaining Knock Your Socks Off Service

    by Thomas Connellan, Ron Zemke

    Service-quality experts Connellan and Zemke know that many customer-service programs sputter after a few months. They show you how to keep your employees enthusiatic and your customers enthralled.

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