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  • Image of Great Teams
    Image of Great Teams

    16 Things High Performing Organizations Do Differently

    by Don Yaeger

    Long-time Sports Illustrated associate editor Don Yaegar has conducted more than 100 interviews with some of the most successful teams and organizations in the country. From those, he has identified 16 habits that drive these high-performing teams.

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    Image of Be the Boss Everyone Wants to Work For

    A Guide for New Leaders

    by William Gentry

    Gentry coaches new leaders to flip their script in six key areas: mindset, skill set, relationships, do-it-all attitude, perspective and focus. More than a series of best practices, Be the Boss Everyone Wants to Work For is a guide to internalizing a leader’s perspective.

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    Image of The Best Place to Work

    The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace

    by Ron Friedman

    In The Best Place to Work, award-winning psychologist Ron Friedman, Ph.D. draws from the latest research on motivation, creativity, behavioral economics, neuroscience, and management to reveal what really makes us successful at work.

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    Image of Content Inc.

    How Entrepreneurs Use Content to Build Massive Audiences and Create Radically Successful Businesses

    by Joe Pulizzi

    Joe Pulizzi, founder of several startups, reverse-engineers the traditional entrepreneurial model for success by shifting focus from first creating a product to getting customers first and then developing products.

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    A Radical Approach to the Design of the Sales Function

    by Justin Roff-Marsh

    Sales management radical Justin Roff-Marsh presents a nontraditional sales approach that incorporates the division of labor, in which sales responsibility shifts from autonomous agents to a centrally coordinated team to build more efficient sales functions.

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    How Great Companies Ignite Passion in Their People Without Burning Them Out

    by Eric Chester

    Business success is directly related to the quality of the employees. Eric Chester reveals the seven cultural pillars that today’s leading employers focus on to attract and retain top talent: compensation, alignment, atmosphere, growth, acknowledgment, communication and autonomy.

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    21 Things You Need to Know to Hit the Ground Running

    by David G. Pugh, Terry R. Bacon

    "Powerful Proposals" gives businesses proven strategies for creating customer-centered documents that outshine the competition every time.

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    Image of Primal Teams

    Harnessing the Power of Emotions to Fuel Extraordinary Performance

    by Jackie Barretta

    Primal Teams shows how anyone can control potentially damaging emotions, while triggering the kind of passion and energy that supercharge performance.

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    Image of Freakonomics

    A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

    by Steven Levitt, Stephen Dubner

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    Freakonomics offers readers the hidden facts buried within the stories they live and see dramatized every day, along with the numbers and statistics that can help them draw sense from the chaos. By justifying the use of strange questions to get at the heart of the matter, the authors show how economists turn collections of facts into unusual theories and then prove them by applying critical analysis.

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