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  • Image of Corporate Reputation
    Image of Corporate Reputation

    12 Steps to Safeguarding and Recovering Reputation

    by Leslie Gaines-Ross

    Dr. Leslie Gaines-Ross explains why reputation matters to a company’s valuation and well-being and identifies the roles corporate leaders must play in reputation recovery and sustainability. What triggers reputation loss? What are the signals? Why are so many companies struggling with tarnished reputations? What can be done? The most important phases in recovering reputation are outlined in a 12-step process.

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    Lessons I've Learned from a Lifetime of Leading

    by John C. Maxwell

    Good leadership always makes a difference. It can turn organizations around and positively impact the lives of thousands. Learning more about leadership will make a difference in you, and you will make a difference in the lives of others. John Maxwell shares a lifetime of leadership truths, which can guide anyone who currently leads or aspires to lead.

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  • Image of The Caterpillar Doesn't Know
    Image of The Caterpillar Doesn't Know

    How Personal Change Is Creating Organizational Change

    by Peter Moore, Kenneth Hey

    The caterpillar doesn’t know that it must transform itself to stay alive. Your company may be the same. The authors, managing partners at Inferential Focus, Inc., a New York market-intelligence firm, explain the roots and results of a personal revolution that has transformed the behavior of individuals as employees as well as consumers. Readers will be introduced to many butterflies -- from fashion designers to computer software companies to a manufacturer of pumps and valves -- who, unlike the

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    Image of Rational Exuberance

    The Influence of Generation X on the New American Economy

    by Meredith Bagby

    Most of your future customers will be Generation Xers, as will most of your future employees -- understanding them is an organizational imperative. Meredith Bagby will tell you about her generation: how they buy, how they work, and how they lead. She finds them enthusiastic and hard-working but savvy and rational at the same time. Generation X, she says, has a right to be confident and enthusiastic – rationally exuberant – about the future.

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  • Image of Leading at the Edge of Chaos
    Image of Leading at the Edge of Chaos

    How to Create the Nimble Organization

    by Daryl Conner

    Manage the inevitability of change by becoming a nimble organization, advises the author, the president and CEO of a research-based consulting firm. In this summary Conner builds on the foundation established in his first book, Managing at the Speed of Change, to help organizations and their employees recognize and successfully face the today’s flood of change.

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