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  • Image of Ask More
    Image of Ask More

    The Power of Questions to Open Doors, Uncover Solutions and Spark Change

    by Frank Sesno

    Award-winning journalist Frank Sesno breaks down the art of inquiry into eleven categories of questions, each designed for a different purpose. Learn how to ask, what to listen for, and how to link your questions to your goals.

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    Why Pixar, Netflix, Airbnb and Other Cutting-Edge Companies Succeed Where Most Fail

    by Robert Bruce Shaw

    Extreme Teams will push you to think about teams and groups in new ways and help you to move your team to the next level of engagement and performance by going beyond traditional methods.

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    Using Personal Accountability to Succeed in Everything You Do

    by Tom Smith, Roger Connors

    Connors and Smith present the principles of personal accountability that can guide you to own your goals, accept responsibility for your performance, and take control of your success.

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    Ten New Leadership Skills for an Uncertain World

    by Bob Johansen

    We are in a time of disruptive leadership change. In a VUCA world –– one characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity –– traditional leadership skills won’t be enough. Drawing on the latest ten-year research from the Institute for the Future, this powerful book explore the external forces that are shaking the foundations of leadership.

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    The Transformation of Today’s Marketers Into Tomorrow’s Growth Leaders

    by Scott M. Davis

    The days of marketing operating in a vacuum and marketing and business strategies being created independently of one another are over. The best marketers are now creating integrated perspectives that start with growth aspirations of their entire organization. The Shift shows how this new breed of Visionary Marketers has become a successful catalyst for growth and transformation within an organization, as well as how you can become a marketing visionary too.

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  • Image of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
    Image of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

    A Leadership Fable

    by Patrick Lencioni

    In The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, bestselling business author Patrick Lencioni once again offers a leadership powerful and instructive leadership fable. Throughout the story, Lencioni reveals the five dysfunctions that go to the very heart of why teams –– even the best ones –– often struggle. He outlines a powerful model and actionable steps that can be used to overcome these common hurdles and build a cohesive, effective team.

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    How Everybody Needs to Think Differently About Sales

    by Ram Charan

    More than ever these days, the sales process tends to be a war about price. But there's a better way to think about sales, says best-selling author Ram Charan. Charan defines this new approach to selling as value creation selling (VCS), which he says is radical but nonetheless practical. VCS differentiates you from the competition, paving the way to better pricing, better margins and higher revenue growth built on win-win relationships that deepen over time.

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    Using Your Voice to Captivate, Persuade, and Command Attention

    by Renee Grant-Williams

    While everyone has a voice, not every voice is one that gets attention — a personal weakness often overlooked. The concept of “dressing for success” — creating the right appearance — is second nature by now. However, most people are unaware that their voices account for one-third of the total impression they make on others (the other factors are appearance and message). In this summary, Renee Grant-Williams, who has worked with U.S. senators, business executives and sales professionals, as well

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    Taking a Holistic Approach to Enterprise Health

    by Alan P. Brache

    Organizations are like humans. Each organ, muscle, bone, and nerve plays a unique part within the whole. A strong contribution from one component can’t make up for deficiencies in others, and understanding each component doesn’t explain the health of the whole person. Body functions are integrated and their interactions are as important as their individual roles. So are the different functions in an organization. This summary shows you how to take a holistic approach to organizational wellness b

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