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  • Image of Powered by Storytelling
    Image of Powered by Storytelling

    Excavate, Craft and Present Stories to Transform Business Communication

    by Murray Nossel

    Executive coach, motivational speaker and psychologist Murray Nossel, Ph.D., distills decades of experience into a simple method that will enable you to find the right story for a particular audience and purpose.

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    Image of Radical Inclusion

    What the Post-911 World Should Have Taught Us About Leadership

    by Ori Brafman, Martin Dempsey

    Radical Inclusion demonstrates that leaders must relinquish and share control to build and preserve power. Six key leadership principles of radical inclusion offer direction on how to adapt to the new leadership landscape.

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  • Image of The Power of Presence
    Image of The Power of Presence

    Unlock Your Potential to Influence and Engage Others

    by Kristi Hedges

    Author Kristi Hedges has witnessed even the highest-level people struggle to connect and communicate. Her experiences have helped her develop the unique I-Presence™ model, which is equal parts communication aptitude, mental attitude and authentic style.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Nimble
    Image of Speed Review: Nimble

    Make Yourself and Your Company Resilient in the Age of Constant Change

    by Baba Prasad

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  • Image of Webinar: A Team of Leaders
    Image of Webinar: A Team of Leaders

    by Paul Gustavson, Stewart Liff

    In this Soundview Live webinar, A Team of Leaders, Paul Gustavson and Stewart Liff show attendees how to design systems that nurture the leadership potential of every employee - the key to creating high-performance teams. Filled with real-world examples, this fresh approach transforms passive groups of disparate people into effective teams of leaders - workplace teams that work!

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    Image of The Innovative Sale

    Unleash Your Creativity for Better Customer Solutions and Extraordinary Results

    by Mark Donnolo

    Sales and creativity expert Mark Donnolo details six Innovative Sale principles –– pattern, variety, unity, contrast, movement and harmony –– that can be used to create better value propositions and assess your team’s Creative Quotient for Sales. This guide will help you incorporate creativity into your sales practices and better understand your customers.

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  • Image of Brief
    Image of Brief

    Make a Bigger Impact by Saying Less

    by Joseph McCormack

    Senior marketing executive Joseph McCormack offers a step-by-step approach to getting to the point quickly and delivering every message with maximum impact. Brief describes how to use BRIEF maps, narratives and visual media to make your message more compelling. A master of brevity says less and gets more done –– learn how.

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    Image of Judgment on the Front Line

    How Smart Companies Win By Trusting Their People

    by Chris DeRose, Noel Tichy

    Management experts Chris DeRose and Noel M. Tichy explain why frontline employees are so important and why it is crucial to involve them in decision making. Judgment on the Front Line provides a five-step process for building a frontline-focused organization and includes examples of frontline leadership in action.

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  • Image of Developing Employees Who Love To Learn
    Image of Developing Employees Who Love To Learn

    Tools, Strategies and Programs for Promoting Learning at Work

    by Linda Honold

    Long-term corporate success depends on employees who are in a learning mode — in other words, motivated and prepared to take responsibility for their learning. Honold tells how to inspire employees to want to learn.

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