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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.

  • Image of Contagious Culture
    Image of Contagious Culture

    Show Up, Set the Tone and Intentionally Create an Organization That Thrives

    by Anese Cavanaugh

    Anese Cavanaugh shares her unique Intentional Energetic Presence (IEP) Method that can be used to help you revitalize your work culture in ways that encourage growth, productivity and innovation.

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  • Image of Persuadable
    Image of Persuadable

    How Great Leaders Change Their Minds to Change the World

    by Al Pittampalli

    Al Pittampalli explains the art of persuadability, the genuine willingness and ability to change your mind in the face of new evidence.

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  • Image of Fearless Leadership
    Image of Fearless Leadership

    How to Overcome Behavioral Blindspots and Transform Your Organization

    by Loretta Malandro

    Fearless Leadership provides you with the tools to successfully drive change, overcome obstacles, and engage and align people to achieve your business objectives. Dr. Loretta Malandro, leadership guru, has developed a groundbreaking behavior-based approach that is used around the world to create top-performing leaders and high-performance companies. This step-by-step will show you how to properly handle uncertainty and how to hold yourself and your employees accountable.

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  • Image of A Team of Leaders
    Image of A Team of Leaders

    Empowering Every Member to Take Ownership, Demonstrate Initiative and Deliver Results

    by Stewart Liff, Paul Gustavson

    With emphasis on the design of a team, A Team of Leaders offers a new way to energize groups of employees and improve performance. Authors Paul Gustavson and Stewart Liff present the Five-Stage Team Development Model, which outlines a set of characteristics of traditional teams and the progression to creating teams of people who think and act like leaders.

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