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  • Image of Speed Review: Co-Create
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    Speed Review: Co-Create

    How Your Business Will Profit from Innovative and Strategic Collaboration

    by David Nour

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  • Image of Webinar: Unlock the Hidden Power of Connections
    Image of Webinar: Unlock the Hidden Power of Connections

    Webinar: Unlock the Hidden Power of Connections

    by Porter Gale

    In our new economy, connections are a powerful currency. Relationships are the secret to greater success, wealth and happiness. In this Soundview Live webinar, Unlock the Hidden Power of Connections, Porter Gale provides an entertaining, clear guide to becoming a high net worth individual — teaching you how to become rich in relationships and connections.

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  • Image of Speed Review: How to Click With People
    Image of Speed Review: How to Click With People

    Speed Review: How to Click With People

    The Secret to Better Relationships in Business and in Life

    by Rick Kirschner

    Hyperion, 272 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: Well Connected
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    Speed Review: Well Connected

    An Unconventional Approach to Building Genuine, Effective Business Relationships

    by Gordon S. Curtis, Greg Lewis

    Jossey-Bass, 230 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: Truth or Delusion?
    Image of Speed Review: Truth or Delusion?

    Speed Review: Truth or Delusion?

    Busting Networking's Biggest Myths

    by Ivan Misner

    Nelson Business, 160 pages

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    The Third Opinion

    How Successful Leaders Use Outside Insight to Create Superior Results

    by Dr. Saj-Nicole A. Joni

    In recent years, authority has given way to influence. In The Third Opinion, Dr. Saj-nicole A. Joni explores how this raising of the leadership bar has given way to an even greater challenge for leaders — determining to whom they can turn when experienced, trustworthy advice is required. Some leaders might turn to colleagues inside the organization for help; others might call upon a trusted adviser outside the company. There is, however, another opinion for which most people never ask:

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