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  • Image of Crushing Quota
    Image of Crushing Quota

    Proven Sales Coaching Tactics for Breakthrough Performance

    by Michelle Vazzana, Jason Jordan

    Sales coaching works. Crushing Quota breaks the process down into manageable components.

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    Image of Unsafe Thinking

    How to be Nimble and Bold When You Need It Most

    by Jonah Sachs

    Sachs introduces counter-intuitive insights that have the power to change the way you work and the way you live your life.

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    Image of Unfinished Business

    Women, Men, Work, Family

    by Anne-Marie Slaughter

    Anne-Marie Slaughter offers her own story as a backdrop for discussing the challenges that face women who seek to have an incredible career while nurturing a happy family.

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    Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

    by Sheryl Sandberg

    In Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg examines why women’s progress in achieving leadership roles has stalled, explains the root causes, and offers compelling, commonsense solutions that can empower women to achieve their full potential.

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    The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders

    by Steven Shallenberger

    Shallenberger reveals the 12 principles you need to follow in order to reach your highest potential and drive the kind of innovation that turns good companies into industry leaders, all while living a well-balanced personal life.

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    A Manager’s Guide to Developing Individual Potential in the Context of the Organization

    by John Hoover, Paul J. Gorrell

    Coaching has traditionally focused entirely on the individual...sometimes even at the expense of improving measurable business results for the company. Now, The Coaching Connection shows managers how they can use contextual coaching to simultaneously promote both individual and organizational growth.

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    Image of A Manager's Guide to Coaching

    Simple and Effective Ways to Get the Best Out of Your Employees

    by Brian Emerson, Anne Loehr

    A Manager's Guide to Coaching is a manual that will guide executives through every step of the coaching process, from problem solving to developing accountability.

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    Proven Techniques for Making Impossible Dreams Possible

    by Jack Canfield, Peter Chee

    Jack Canfield, coauthor of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Dr. Peter Chee offer a practical guide of 30 principles that every coach needs to succeed. Learn how the Coaching Principles representing the heart of a coach, the Situational Coaching Model representing the mind of a coach, and the Achievers Coaching Techniques representing the energy of a coach can build upon each other to empower people to achieve breakthrough success.

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    Image of Finding the Next Steve Jobs

    How to Find, Hire, Keep and Nurture Creative Talent

    by Nolan Bushnell, Gene Stone

    Nolan Bushnell founded the groundbreaking gaming company Atari in 1972, and two years later employed Steve Jobs, as well as many other creatives over the course of his five decades in business. Here Bushnell explains how to find, hire, and nurture the people who could turn your company into the next Atari or the next Apple. Bushnell's advice is constantly counter-intuitive, surprising, and atypical. When looking for employees, ignore credentials. Hire the obnoxious (in limited numbers)...

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