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  • Image of Speed Review: Executing Your Business Transformation
    Image of Speed Review: Executing Your Business Transformation

    How to Engage Sweeping Change Without Killing Yourself Or Your Business

    by Andrew B. Cole, Mark Morgan, Robert J. Johnson, David R. Johnson

    Jossey-Bass, 280 pages

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    Image of Switch

    How to Change Things When Change Is Hard

    by Dan Heath, Chip Heath

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    Best-selling authors Chip and Dan Heath lead readers through the process of effecting transformative change at every level — individual, organizational and societal — introducing a pattern you can use to make the changes that matter to you.

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  • Image of Leading Outside the Lines
    Image of Leading Outside the Lines

    How to Mobilize the (in)Formal Organization, Energize Your Team and Get Better Results

    by Jon R. Katzenbach, Zia Khan

    From the bestselling coauthor of the business classic The Wisdom of Teams, comes an all-new exploration of the modern workplace, and how leaders and managers must embrace it for success. Katzenbach and Khan examine how two distinct factions together form the bigger picture for how organizations actually work: the more defined "formal" organization of a company (the management structure, performance metrics, and processes) and the "informal" (the culture, social...

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  • Image of Trade-Off
    Image of Trade-Off

    Why Some Things Catch On, and Others Don’t

    by Kevin Maney

    Kevin Maney shows how conflicting forces determine the success, or failure, of new products and services in the marketplace. Almost every decision consumers make involves a trade-off between fidelity and convenience — between the products we love and the products we need.

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  • Image of Everyone Communicates, Few Connect
    Image of Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

    What the Most Effective People Do Differently

    by John C. Maxwell

    Talk is cheap. Everybody does it. The question is, how can you make your words matter and influence any outcome? How can you really connect with others? It’s a skill anyone can learn. Here, Maxwell offers his proven method — Five Principles and Five Practices — so you can connect one-on-one, in a group, or with an audience.

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  • Image of Success Intelligence
    Image of Success Intelligence

    Essential Lessons and Practices from the World's Leading Coaching Program on Authentic Success

    by Robert Holden, Ph.D.

    There are many so-called successful people who have not learned how to enjoy their success. True success should not have to cost you your joy, your health or your relationships. On the contrary, true success is about enjoying these things. Success Intelligence examines how to enjoy real, soulful success while living in a manic, busy and hyped-up world. Author Robert Holden, Ph.D., describes his unique coaching program — called Success Intelligence — which is used worldwide b

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    Image of Voice Power

    Using Your Voice to Captivate, Persuade, and Command Attention

    by Renee Grant-Williams

    While everyone has a voice, not every voice is one that gets attention — a personal weakness often overlooked. The concept of “dressing for success” — creating the right appearance — is second nature by now. However, most people are unaware that their voices account for one-third of the total impression they make on others (the other factors are appearance and message). In this summary, Renee Grant-Williams, who has worked with U.S. senators, business executives and sales professionals, as well

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  • Image of How Organizations Work
    Image of How Organizations Work

    Taking a Holistic Approach to Enterprise Health

    by Alan P. Brache

    Organizations are like humans. Each organ, muscle, bone, and nerve plays a unique part within the whole. A strong contribution from one component can’t make up for deficiencies in others, and understanding each component doesn’t explain the health of the whole person. Body functions are integrated and their interactions are as important as their individual roles. So are the different functions in an organization. This summary shows you how to take a holistic approach to organizational wellness b

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    Image of First Among Equals

    How to Manage a Group of Professionals

    by David H. Maister, Patrick J. McKenna

    Managing people is difficult, particularly when you are tasked with leading a group of confident, intelligent professionals — often used to working with a certain amount of autonomy — to accomplish some task or essential goal. Group leaders must be skilled not only in management basics (delegation, decision-making, running meetings, and so forth), but also in the “softer” skills of inspirational leadership practices. Crammed with concrete advice and practical applications and examples, ...

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