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  • Image of Becoming Your Best
    Image of Becoming Your Best

    The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders

    by Steven Shallenberger

    Shallenberger reveals the 12 principles you need to follow in order to reach your highest potential and drive the kind of innovation that turns good companies into industry leaders, all while living a well-balanced personal life.

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    Image of Good Leaders Ask Great Questions

    Your Foundation for Successful Leadership

    by John C. Maxwell

    To be a successful leader, you need to be asking yourself and your team key questions in order to learn, grow, and develop better ideas. Maxwell shares leadership questions he has gathered from others and from his own experience that will inspire both seasoned leaders and new leaders to ask great questions that will improve their leadership skills and careers.

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    Game Theory and the Art of Transforming Strategic Situations

    by David McAdams

    Game-Changer develops six basic ways to change games—commitment, regulation, cartelization, retaliation, trust, and relationships—enlivened by countless colorful characters and unforgettable examples from the worlds of business, medicine, finance, military history, crime, sports, and more.

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Innovators
    Image of Speed Review: The Innovators

    How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution

    by Walter Isaacson

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    Image of Winning With the P&G 99

    99 Principles and Practices of Procter and Gamble's Success

    by Charles Decker

    Procter & Gamble sells its many products to five billion people worldwide. Its 1998 sales are about $37 billion. Each year this company wins recognition as one of the most admired in the United States. What accounts for this success? Following time-tested principles and practices. Believing the consumer is queen. Offering superior products. Shine in the development and marketing of new products. Here's a chance to learn about P&G's 99 brilliant principles and practices. They will help any compan

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    How to Protect Yourself from Being Stalked, Conned, Libeled, or Blackmailed on the Web

    by Daniel Janal

    The Internet? It's great. It also can be dangerous. Janal tells you the many ways cybercriminals are attacking reputations, finances, and even the personal safety of individuals and companies. The possibilities are many, from fraudulent purchases of your products made with stolen credit cards to vicious rumors aired in newsgroups, and trade secrets leaking out. Read this and you'll be a trifle timorous, but far better prepared for the threats of this new technology.

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    Image of My Years With General Motors

    by Alfred Sloan

    Alfred Sloan wrote a winning book that's as fresh and clear today as it was in the days when he headed General Motors. Share Sloan's helpful insights into a long list of business topics.

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    Image of The Hungry Spirit

    A Quest for Purpose in the Modern World

    by Charles Handy

    This talented (and wealthy) author urges you to look beyond wealth for your satisfactions. Know when you have enough money, he advises, then turn to leaving something for the world behind you. All of us, even Bill Gates, can discover something about values from this.

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