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    Image of Extraordinary Influence

    How Great Leaders Bring Out the Best in Others

    by Tim Irwin

    Tim Irwin reveals that the methods used in most organizations to provide feedback to employees, such as performance appraisal or multi-rater feedback systems, tend to engage a natural “negativity bias.

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    Image of Move

    How Decisive Leaders Execute Strategy Despite Obstacles, Setbacks & Stalls

    by Patty Azzarello

    Business transformation expert Patty Azzarello explains the four components of a prosperous business transformation, and exactly what it takes to keep everyone moving the new strategy forward.

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    Image of Mastering Civility

    A Manifesto for the Workplace

    by Christine Porath

    Christine Porath shows how people can enhance their influence and effectiveness with civility.

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    Image of Work Without Stress

    Building a Resilient Mindset for Lasting Success

    by Derek Roger, Nick Petrie

    Stress is not a natural response to the pressures at work. It’s a choice that you make. Derek Roger and Nick Petrie offer a new approach to stress. It has to do with being resilient, flexible, mentally awake and in the moment.

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    Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed

    by Dennis K. McCormack, George S. Everly, Jr., Douglas A. Strouse

    Personal resilience is the ability to bounce back in the wake of adversity. The authors share a set of five core factors that protect successful people against psychological distress and emotional injury. These factors that act like psychological body armor can actually help a person to grow stronger.

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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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    Image of Sticking Points

    How to Get 4 Generations Working Together in the 12 Places They Come Apart

    by Haydn Shaw

    For the first time in American History we have four different generations working together in the workplace. In Sticking Points, Haydn Shaw, identifies 12 places where the 4 generations typically come apart in work and in life. These sticking points revolve around differing attitudes toward time management, texting, social media, organizational structure and fashion.

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    Image of Talent Economics

    The Fine Line Between Winning and Losing the Global War for Talent

    by Gyan Nagpal

    Talent Economics offers an outside-in view on talent that brings workforce analysis, management practice and strategy together using economic inquiry. Award-winning talent strategist and leadership coach Gyan Nagpal presents business leaders an opportunity to step back and understand the ebb and flow of global talent before translating this new understanding into a winning strategy.

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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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