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  • Image of Voice Power
    Image of Voice Power

    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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    Image of How Organizations Work

    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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    How to Manage a Group of Professionals

    by David H. Maister, Patrick J. McKenna

    Managing people is difficult, particularly when you are tasked with leading a group of confident, intelligent professionals — often used to working with a certain amount of autonomy — to accomplish some task or essential goal. Group leaders must be skilled not only in management basics (delegation, decision-making, running meetings, and so forth), but also in the “softer” skills of inspirational leadership practices. Crammed with concrete advice and practical applications and examples, ...

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    High-Payoff Strategies for Capturing the E-Commerce Edge

    by Peter S. Cohan

    Cohan addresses both Internet skeptics and believers, offering tips and tactics that allow you to first identify the areas of your business processes that can be transformed by e-commerce technology, then create and implement a plan to make the technology work for you.

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  • Image of Differentiate or Die
    Image of Differentiate or Die

    Survival in Our Era of Killer Competition

    by Jack Trout

    Trout and co-author Steve Rivkin address what factors allow a company or product to stand out in an increasingly competitive (and global) marketplace, offering readers solid strategies to get above the crowds of competitors and generate the business required to stay there.

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  • Image of Clicks and Mortar
    Image of Clicks and Mortar

    Passion Driven Growth in an Internet Driven World

    by Terry Pearce, David S. Pottruck

    Pottruck, president and co-CEO of The Charles Schwab Corporation, and co-author Pearce maintain that although the rise of the Internet may seem to have transformed everything about the way business is done, the future still belongs to passionate companies who marry technology with the best qualities of people. In this summary, you will learn what it takes to compete in the new Internet-driven world and what you can do to transform your company into a dynamic, profitable enterprise.

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  • Image of Leading Change
    Image of Leading Change

    by James O'Toole

    James O'Toole shows that leadership based on integrity, honesty, and respect is the only way to gain the commitment and loyalty of your people and effect change. This is must reading for change agents.

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