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  • Image of Webinar: 10 Rules for Rethinking, Reimagining, and Reinventing Your Organization
    Image of Webinar: 10 Rules for Rethinking, Reimagining, and Reinventing Your Organization

    by Jeanne C. Meister

    In this Soundview Live webinar, 10 Rules for Rethinking, Reimagining, and Reinventing Your Organization, Jeanne Meister will present an actionable framework for meeting today’s toughest business disruptions head-on. She will guide you step-by-step through the process of recruiting top employees and building an engaged culture?one that will drive your company to long-term success.

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    12 Intentional Behaviors That Lead to Big Impact

    by G. Shawn Hunter

    Serial entrepreneur and best-selling author G. Shawn Hunter presents 12 critical competencies that are consistently present in the daily routines of today’s more successful leaders. Using interviews with business leaders around the world, he guides you through a series of incremental steps from simply taking care of rest and exercise to building self-confidence and embracing challenges to build a stronger version of yourself and make a broader impact in the world.

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    The Five Fundamentals of Becoming an Exemplary Leader

    by Barry Z. Posner, James Kouzes

    Leadership is a set of abilities and like any other skill set it can be learned and improved. Becoming an exemplary leader isn't easy. It takes self-belief, aspiration, grit, support and deliberate practice. But with solid determination and supportive guidance, everyone can learn to become better leaders than they are today.

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    Image of Competing Against Luck

    The Story of Innovation and Customer Choice

    by Karen Dillon, David S. Duncan, Taddy Hall, Clayton M. Christensen

    Innovation strategy and growth expert Clayton M. Christensen, and his co-authors Taddy Hall, Karen Dillon and David Duncan, present a new conceptual framework for products and innovation based on their conclusion that customers don't "buy" products or services; they “hire” them to do a job.

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Analytical Marketer
    Image of Speed Review: The Analytical Marketer

    How to Transform Your Marketing Organization

    by Adele Sweetwood

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  • Image of Speed Review: Be the Business
    Image of Speed Review: Be the Business

    CIOs in the New Era of IT

    by Martha Heller

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  • Image of Hot Groups
    Image of Hot Groups

    Seeding Them, Feeding Them, and Using Them to Ignite Your Organization

    by Jean Lipman-Blumen, Harold Leavitt

    Different from teams, focus groups, or committees, hot groups are small, passionate, creative groups of individuals who come together to focus obsessively on a certain task, then flame out never to be seen again once the task is complete. The authors show what hot groups can do for your organization.

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  • Image of Rewards that Drive High Performance
    Image of Rewards that Drive High Performance

    Success Stories from Leading Organizations

    by Thomas Wilson

    Case studies of companies who used compensation and reward systems to achieve their organizational goals -- from putting employees first at Starbucks to building an entrepreneurial spirit at Southwest Airlines.

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    Image of Saving Big Blue

    Leadership Lessons and Turnaround Tactics of IBM's Lou Gerstner

    by Robert Slater

    Having explained Jack Welch and the GE Way in his previous best-seller, Slater now turns his attention to Louis V. Gerstner, who saved the floundering IBM by focusing on customers and demanding high performance from his managers and employees. Full of key leadership lessons for managing a turnaround.

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