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Soundview Executive Book Summaries® publishes summaries of the best business books of each year on leadership issues including leadership training, succession planning, leadership styles, influence, credibility, leadership skills, charisma, trust, accountability, transparency and more. These summaries will take your leadership skills to the next level.

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    Image of Great Teams

    16 Things High Performing Organizations Do Differently

    by Don Yaeger

    Long-time Sports Illustrated associate editor Don Yaegar has conducted more than 100 interviews with some of the most successful teams and organizations in the country. From those, he has identified 16 habits that drive these high-performing teams.

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    A Guide for New Leaders

    by William Gentry

    Gentry coaches new leaders to flip their script in six key areas: mindset, skill set, relationships, do-it-all attitude, perspective and focus. More than a series of best practices, Be the Boss Everyone Wants to Work For is a guide to internalizing a leader’s perspective.

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    How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead

    by Charlene Li

    In Open Leadership, Charlene Li (the coauthor of the bestseller Groundswell) offers the next step resource that shows leaders how to tap into the power of the social technology revolution and use social media to be "open" while maintaining control.

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  • Image of Enterprise 2.0
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    New Collaborative Tools for Your Organization's Toughest Challenges

    by Andrew McAfee

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    One of the first business books to tackle Web 2.0, McAfee's treatise on the next wave of social technology remains a good read for its overall business arguments. This Featured Book Review is intended for any executive that wants to learn the business applications of the social technology tools that captivate his or her employees and customers alike. There's little doubt that hours are being spent interacting with this technology. McAfee helps executives put

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    Managing for Conflict and Consensus

    by Michael Roberto

    In Why Great Leaders Don’t Take Yes for an Answer, Harvard Business School’s Michael Roberto shows company leaders how to stimulate honest, constructive dissent; use it to improve decisions; then align their entire organization behind those decisions. Drawing on extensive research, Roberto shows how to promote candor, leverage an organization’s wisdom, and build consensus that leads to effective action. He also presents examples from history while exploring how real organizations make r

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