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  • Image of Speed
    Image of Speed

    How Leaders Accelerate Successful Execution

    by Joseph R. Folkman, John H. Zenger

    Leadership experts Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman detail essential behaviors that anyone can adopt to improve speed and drive organizational effectiveness.

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    Image of Woo, Wow, and Win

    Service Design, Strategy, and the Art of Customer Delight

    by Patricia O'Connell, Thomas A. Stewart

    Bestselling authors and business experts Thomas A. Stewart and Patricia O’Connell focus on the importance of service design for companies.

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    Image of Yes, And

    How Improvisation Reverses "No, But" Thinking and Improves Creativity and Collaboration

    by Tom Yorton, Kelly Leonard

    Executives from The Second City, the world’s premier comedy theater and school of improvisation, provide a toolkit for individuals and organizations to use to thrive in a world increasingly shaped by speed, social communication, and decentralization.

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    Image of Beyond the Numbers

    How Leading Companies Measure and Drive Success

    by William Simon

    A quicker, better way to get a true picture of a firm's financial status. Top CEOs share their ideas.

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  • Image of The Leadership Triad
    Image of The Leadership Triad

    Knowledge, Trust and Power

    by Dale Zand

    High-performance leaders must have three elements: knowledge, trust, and power. That means having knowledge, knowing where to look for more, and knowing how to use it. It means creating the trust that fosters open communication in the workplace. Finally, it means the power, not to bark orders, but to act as a consultant in an knowledge-driven company and get the work done. This guidebook is for the manager, at whatever level, who is trying to succeed with the new methods used by leaders today.

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