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  • Image of The Spark and the Grind
    Image of The Spark and the Grind

    Ignite the Power of Disciplined Creativity

    by Erik Wahl

    Erik Wahl, a visual artist, speaker and entre¬preneur, helps us unite the yin and yang of creativity — the dynamic new ideas with the dogged effort.

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  • Image of The High-Potential Leader
    Image of The High-Potential Leader

    How to Grow Fast, Take on New Responsibilities and Make an Impact

    by Ram Charan, Geri Willigan

    The High-Potential Leader explains the modern business climate while highlighting the critical role relationship building, communication style, engagement, and ability to motivate and bring out the best performance in others play in becoming an impactful leader.

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  • Image of Executive Presence
    Image of Executive Presence

    The Missing Link Between Merit and Success

    by Sylvia Ann Hewlett

    Are you “leadership material?” Sylvia Ann Hewlett, a noted expert on workplace power and influence, shows how to identify and embody the Executive Presence (EP) needed to succeed.

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  • Image of Leadership: The Inner Side of Greatness
    Image of Leadership: The Inner Side of Greatness

    A Philosophy for Leaders

    by Peter Koestenbaum

    In Leadership: The Inner Side of Greatness, legendary business philosopher and thinker Peter Koestenbaum invites managers to break out of the ordinary managerial mindset. He reveals how striving for greatness enables managers to focus their efforts and grasp new ideas and insights by bringing intensity and meaning to their work — thereby improving their ability to achieve bottom-line results. He also demonstrates that when leaders live out their deepest and most personal commitmen

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  • Image of The Dream Manager
    Image of The Dream Manager

    by Matthew Kelly

    Managing people is difficult. With disengagement and turnover on the rise, many managers are scratching their heads wondering what to do. It's not that we don't dream of being great managers, it's just that we haven't found a practical and efficient way to do it. Through the story of one company, The Dream Manager explores the connection between the dreams we are chasing personally and the way we all engage at work. Taking on the growing problem of employee disengagement, this ...

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  • Image of Embracing Excellence
    Image of Embracing Excellence

    Become an Employer of Choice to Attract and Keep the Best Talent

    by Franklin Ashby, Arthur Pell Ph.D.

    Companies need “A” players to outperform the competition. To attract and keep top-level performers in a highly competitive economy, companies must learn to create corporate cultures that attract and retain “A” players. Embracing Excellence explains how organizations can attract “A” players by building an environment that is committed to values, vision, creativity, trust and respect.

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  • Image of Jack: Straight from the Gut
    Image of Jack: Straight from the Gut

    by Jack Welch

    Follow the career of General Electric CEO Jack Welch from his beginnings as a stuttering, competitive kid from working-class Salem, Massachusetts, to his early days as a GE engineer, to his ascension to CEO and a 20-year reign at the top. In his own words, Welch stresses the importance of people, originality, creativity, and common sense while sharing his thoughts on what it takes to be a great leader.

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  • Image of Coaching, Counseling & Mentoring
    Image of Coaching, Counseling & Mentoring

    How to Choose & Use the Right Technique to Boost Employee Performance

    by Florence Stone

    Use these three ways to boost the performance of your employees. Coaching is to help all your people. By coaching them you improve their work on their current jobs and increase their potential to do more in the future. Counseling is used to address the problem performers and their bad habits. You must address those bad habits or spend half your time trying to erase the results of them. Mentoring is the most satisfying, working with your most talented employees to help them advance and become the

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  • Image of Flash of Brilliance
    Image of Flash of Brilliance

    Inspiring Creativity Where You Work

    by William Miller

    How can you become a more creative person? And how can you inspire creativity in those around you? Follow Miller's "Creative Journey" and you can do it. Miller believes that all persons have creative abilities whether they believe it or not. To draw them out, he explains a four-stage process that will work in every situation. First step: Establish your goal and assess the risks. Next: Identify your experiences and personal traits that will build the confidence you need to meet the challenges of

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