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  • Image of Contagious You
    Image of Contagious You

    Unlock Your Power to Influence, Lead, and Create the Impact You Want

    by Anese Cavanaugh

    In Contagious You, Anese Cavanaugh offers the tools and inspiration to become a dynamic leader who has the power to influence and create the impactful change you want to experience. You can be contagious.

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  • Image of Extraordinary Influence
    Image of Extraordinary Influence

    How Great Leaders Bring Out the Best in Others

    by Tim Irwin

    Tim Irwin reveals that the methods used in most organizations to provide feedback to employees, such as performance appraisal or multi-rater feedback systems, tend to engage a natural “negativity bias.

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  • Image of Managing Up
    Image of Managing Up

    How to Move Up, Win at Work and Succeed With Any Type of Boss

    by Mary Abbajay

    Managing Up is a guide to figuring out who you are, who your boss is and finding where you meet.

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  • Image of How to Lead When Your Boss Can't (or Won't)
    Image of How to Lead When Your Boss Can't (or Won't)

    by John C. Maxwell

    Maxwell unveils how to successfully navigate the challenges of working for a bad boss.

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  • Image of Manager Redefined
    Image of Manager Redefined

    The Competitive Advantage in the Middle of Your Organization

    by Thomas H. Davenport

    In Manager Redefined, Tom Davenport and Stephen Harding explains that managers must build human capital and create employee engagement by managing them almost not at all. The authors view supervisors and managers as centers of insight and influence, underappreciated in many organizations, but endowed nevertheless with the potential to make dramatic contributions to enterprise success. They urge companies to think of their managers as potential sources of competitive advantage.

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  • Image of Team Turnarounds
    Image of Team Turnarounds

    A Playbook for Transforming Underperforming Teams

    by Daniel Leidl, Joe Frontiera

    As sports fans already know, behind every great underdog story is a leader who roots out the competitive advantage that will propel the team to victory. In Team Turnarounds, Joe Frontiera and Dan Leidl share how this fine art of the turnaround really works, from how to inspire the team to the actual tools for change. Through interviews with team managers and turnaround masters in the NFL, MLB, and the NCAA, as well as managers at top global firms who have successfully reversed their...

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  • Image of Winning with Transglobal Leadership
    Image of Winning with Transglobal Leadership

    How to Find and Develop Top Global Talent to Build World-Class Organizations

    by Nazneen Razi, Ph.D., Peter Barge, Robert A. Cooke, Ph.D., Linda D. Sharkey, Ph.D.

    Operating and expanding business units offshore, selling in foreign markets, and managing global supply chains are just three of the many challenges that emphasize the importance of leaders that can transcend borders. Winning with Transglobal Leadership will help prepare your organization to meet this need head-on with a framework for developing and training leaders that best fit your global growth strategies. The book combines insights from a global team of author-experts. Together...

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  • Image of Who's in the Room?
    Image of Who's in the Room?

    How Great Leaders Structure and Manage the Teams Around Them

    by Bob Frisch

    At the top of every organization chart lies a myth — that the boss and senior management team make all the critical decisions together. In reality, most decisions are actually made by the boss and an inner circle of confidants — a "team with no name" that exists outside formal processes. This gap between the myth and reality of decision making causes significant problems. In Who's in the Room? Bob Frisch provides a unique perspective to this widely misunderstood...

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  • Image of Speaking as a Leader
    Image of Speaking as a Leader

    How to Lead Every Time You Speak - From Boardrooms to Meeting Rooms, From Town Halls to Phone Calls

    by Judith Humphrey

    Whether it's among colleagues at lunch or an audience of a thousand, a leader's role is to move and inspire others. It's not only the big occasions that test a leader's mettle, but the little ones as well — in a casual conversation in the elevator, in phone calls, or one of many incidental, seemingly "insignificant" interactions in everyday work life. Written by one of the world's leading communications coaches, Speaking as a Leader shows you how to make the most of...

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