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  • Image of More Sales, Less Time
    Image of More Sales, Less Time

    Surprisingly Simple Strategies for Today’s Crazy-Busy Sellers

    by Jill Konrath

    Jill Konrath, a globally recognized sales consultant and speaker, delivers a unique productivity guide specifically for sales success. In More Sales, Less Time, Konrath blends behavioral research with her own deep knowledge of sales to teach you how to succeed in this age of distraction.

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  • Image of Work Without Stress
    Image of Work Without Stress

    Building a Resilient Mindset for Lasting Success

    by Derek Roger, Nick Petrie

    Stress is not a natural response to the pressures at work. It’s a choice that you make. Derek Roger and Nick Petrie offer a new approach to stress. It has to do with being resilient, flexible, mentally awake and in the moment.

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    Image of Simplify

    How the Best Businesses in the World Succeed

    by Greg Lockwood, Richard Koch

    Investor and entrepreneur Richard Koch and venture capitalist Greg Lockwood show how the best businesses in the world achieve amazing success by simplifying in one of two ways: via price or proposition.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Thank You for Being Late
    Image of Speed Review: Thank You for Being Late

    An Optimist’s Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations

    by Thomas Friedman

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    Image of The High-Speed Company

    Creating Urgency and Growth in a Nanosecond Culture

    by Laurence Haughton, Jason Jennings

    Jennings and Haughton share strategies and practices demonstrated by businesses with proven records of creating cultures with strong purpose, trust and follow-through. Jennings details the key traits of these high-speed companies and how they outperform others, ultimately showing how to build and sustain one of your own.

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  • Image of Make It Matter
    Image of Make It Matter

    How Managers Can Motivate by Creating Meaning

    by Scott Mautz

    Scott Mautz reveals that fostering meaning at work by giving workers a greater sense of significance is the key to motivation and engagement. By making work matter, people become more committed to their jobs, which positively influences productivity, products and personal satisfaction. Mautz offers tools and plans to create meaning in and at work.

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  • Image of The Hard Thing About Hard Things
    Image of The Hard Thing About Hard Things

    Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers

    by Ben Horowitz

    Ben Horowitz tells it straight as he shares insights gained from developing, managing, selling, buying investing in and supervising technology companies. He offers techniques for navigating the struggle of being a leader and explains why you should take care of the people, the products and the profits, in that order.

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    Image of Growing Your Company's Leaders

    How Great Organizations Use Succession Management to Sustain Competitive Advantage

    by Robert M. Fulmer, Jay A. Conger

    For decades, succession management identified replacements for senior executives who, it was assumed, would eventually depart the organization through death or retirement. In many companies, the planning for succession was one of several “annual events,” without much thought given that the process could be deployed to develop and/or retain talented employees. These days, good workers are often lured away to competing organizations, and companies without strong succession processes are left hangi

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    Image of Generating Buy-In

    Mastering the Language of Leadership

    by Mark S. Walton

    A former senior correspondent and anchorman at CNN, Mark Walton draws on his rich communications background to help leaders master the language of leadership with Generating Buy-In. Walton describes “buy-in” as getting understanding, commitment and action from others in support of a person, idea, proposal, product, service or organization. He explains that buy-in is the essential emotional ingredient needed for any collaborative effort to be successful. Generating Buy-In shows

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