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  • Image of The Responsible Entrepreneur
    Image of The Responsible Entrepreneur

    Four Game-Changing Archetypes for Founders, Leaders, and Impact Investors

    by Carol Sanford

    The Responsible Entrepreneur offers four archetypes for entrepreneurs to use to learn how to grow their businesses into powerful platforms. Responsible entrepreneurs seek to transform industries and even society itself. Sanford presents a blueprint for the kind of leadership that is required.

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  • Image of How the World Sees You
    Image of How the World Sees You

    Discover Your Highest Value Through the Science of Fascination

    by Sally Hogshead

    How the World Sees You gives a step-by-step method to help you know what makes you valuable to others, which will help you to be more authentic, confident and able to be at your best to create better relationships, grow your business and become even more valuable to those who matter most.

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  • Image of Overfished Ocean Strategy
    Image of Overfished Ocean Strategy

    Powering Up Innovation for a Resource-Deprived World

    by Nadya Zhexembayeva

    Overfished Ocean Strategy offers five principles to help businesses to find new opportunities in what were once considered useless by-products, discover resource-conserving efficiencies up and down their value chain, transfer their expertise from physical products to services, and develop ways to rapidly try out and refine these new business models.

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  • Image of Still Surprised
    Image of Still Surprised

    A Memoir of a Life in Leadership

    by Patricia Ward Biederman, Warren Bennis

    Still Surprised illuminates how the world-changing ideas of leadership guru Warren Bennis and his colleagues resulted from the personal crucibles of their own encounters, events and experiences. Bennis shares what he has learned by leading, and by mentoring and teaching future leaders.

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  • Image of Leadership and Self-Deception
    Image of Leadership and Self-Deception

    Getting Out of the Box

    by The Arbinger Institute

    In Leadership and Self-Deception The Arbinger Institute exposes the fascinating ways that we can blind ourselves to our true motivations and unwittingly sabotage the effectiveness of our own efforts to achieve success and increase happiness.

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    Image of Mindset

    The New Psychology of Success

    by Carol Dweck

    World-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck, in decades of research on achievement and success, has discovered a truly profound idea — the power of our mindset. Dweck explains why it’s not just our abilities and talent that bring us success–but whether we approach them with a fixed or growth mindset. She makes clear why praising intelligence and ability doesn’t foster self-esteem and lead to accomplishment, but may actually jeopardize success.

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  • Image of Bounce
    Image of Bounce

    Mozart, Federer, Picasso, Beckham and the Science of Success

    by Matthew Syed

    Award-winning journalist Matthew Syed reveals the hidden clues to success - in sports, business, school, and just about anything else that you'd want to be great. Bounce reveals how competition - the most vivid, primal and dramatic of human pursuits - provides vital insight into many of the most controversial issues of our time.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Building a Magnetic Culture
    Image of Speed Review: Building a Magnetic Culture

    How to Attract and Retain Top Talent to Create an Engaged, Productive Workforce

    by Kevin Sheridan

    McGraw-Hill, 256 pages

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  • Image of Serial Innovators
    Image of Serial Innovators

    Firms That Change the World

    by Claudio Feser

    The typical life expectancy of a company is estimated to be about 15 years. What does it take to exist beyond that average? A company must be able to keep up with changing markets. It has to learn what elements are slowing down its ability to adapt. A company must be able to continuously reinvent itself to stay relevant. Serial Innovators is a guide for how to build a company that is adaptive, innovative and can survive well into the future.

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