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  • Image of Speed Review: Big Potential
    Image of Speed Review: Big Potential

    How Transforming the Pursuit of Success Raises Our Achievement, Happiness and Well-Being

    by Shawn Achor

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  • Image of The Power of Community
    Image of The Power of Community

    How Phenomenal Leaders Inspire Their Teams, Wow Their Customers and Make Bigger Profits

    by Howard Partridge

    The Power of Community provides a step-by-step approach to transforming your organization by tapping into the human need to connect with and feel valued by others.

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    Image of The Power of Vulnerability

    How to Create a Team of Leaders by Shifting INward

    by Jeffrey Manchester, Barry Kaplan

    Authors Barry Kaplan and Jeffrey Manchester show how to create a sense of safety, encourage exploration, and develop an INpowered team.

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  • Image of Your Best Year Ever
    Image of Your Best Year Ever

    A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals

    by Michael Hyatt

    Michael Hyatt shares a powerful, proven, research-driven system for setting and achieving goals. Anyone who is tired of not seeing progress in their personal, intellectual, business, relationship or financial goals will benefit from the field-tested wisdom found here.

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  • Image of The Four Lenses of Innovation
    Image of The Four Lenses of Innovation

    A Power Tool for Creative Thinking

    by Rowan Gibson

    Rowan Gibson presents an innovation methodology for systematically stretching your thinking, discovering inspiring new insights and producing a portfolio of high-quality ideas and radically new growth opportunities. You will learn how to reverse-engineer creative genius and make radical business innovation an everyday reality using four key business perspectives.

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  • Image of The Achievement Habit
    Image of The Achievement Habit

    Stop Wishing, Start Doing and Take Command of Your Life

    by Bernard Roth

    Bernie Roth, co-founder of the Stanford d.school, offers a guide for harnessing the power of design thinking to help meet life’s challenges and fulfill goals. Behaviors and relationships can be transformed as you become more effective at solving problems, more focused on things that matter, and more satisfied with life. Achievement is like a muscle; learn how to flex it.

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  • Image of Team Genius
    Image of Team Genius

    The New Science of High-Performing Organizations

    by Rich Karlgaard, Michael S. Malone

    Rich Karlgaard and Michael S. Malone focus on the critical role of Informal teams within the core of successful companies. Combining best practices and the latest in scientific research, the authors show how to build the dynamic, robust and great teams leaders need in order to compete in today’s world.

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  • Image of Multipliers
    Image of Multipliers

    How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter

    by Greg McKeown, Liz Wiseman

    Are you a genius or a genius maker? A diminisher or a multiplier? In this executive book summary, you will learn the difference between these two leadership styles, how to become a multiplier of talent and people and how multiplying can have a resoundingly positive and profitable effect on your organization.

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    Image of Fail Fast or Win Big

    The Start-Up Plan for Starting Now

    by Bernhard Schroeder

    Fail Fast or Win Big shows entrepreneurs how to: create a rapid prototype of their product or service; develop a business model instead of a business plan; test it repeatedly with customers so they can spot failure early; continue to refine the model based on customer interactions; leverage their network and resources in order to run lean

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