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  • Image of Drive
    Image of Drive

    The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

    by Daniel H. Pink

    In Drive, Daniel Pink examines the three elements of true motivation — autonomy, mastery, and purpose — and offers smart and surprising techniques for putting these into action.

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    How to Become Someone Worth Following

    by Steve Cockram, Jeremie Kubicek

    Global leadership experts Jeremie Kubicek and Steve Cockram suggest that if you want to get the best out of people, you have to be willing to fight for your highest good, even at a personal cost.

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    Image of The Recognition Book

    50 Ways to Step Up, Stand Out and Get Recognized

    by Paul F. Warriner

    No matter what industry or where you are in your career path, The Recognition Book will help you define your career goals and identify the character traits, behaviors, and skills to develop in order to reach them.

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  • Image of Wake Up and Smell the Coffee
    Image of Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

    The Imperative of Teams

    by Simon Mac Rory

    Wake Up and Smell the Coffee puts the imperative of teams in context; discusses the characteristics, strengths, and challenges of the basic team types; and teaches leaders and team members alike how to have effective teams.

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    Image of Anomaly

    How to Finally Stand Out from the Crowd

    by Zack Miller

    With Miller’s methods, you will learn how to use being an anomaly to turn yourself into a well-respected, successful business person.

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  • Image of Back to Human
    Image of Back to Human

    How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation

    by Dan Schawbel

    In Back to Human, Dan Schawbel uses his exclusive research to reveal that virtual communication contributes to a stronger sense of isolation at work than ever before.

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    Image of Target

    Business Wisdom from The Ancient Japanese Martial Art of Kyudo

    by Jerome Chouchan

    In Target, author Jérôme Chouchan applies lessons learned from the traditional martial art Kyudo to modern business.

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  • Image of Cascades
    Image of Cascades

    How to Create a Movement That Drives Transformational Change

    by Greg Satell

    In Cascades, innovation expert Greg Satell presents a guide for driving transformational change.

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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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