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  • Image of Webinar: Go Slow to Go Fast: Planning to Execution
    Image of Webinar: Go Slow to Go Fast: Planning to Execution

    by Damian Pitts

    In this Soundview Live webinar, Go Slow to Go Fast: Planning to Execution, Damian D. "Skipper" Pitts outlines what it means to use Disruptive Innovation to Think Strategically, Focus Sharply and Move Quickly while disrupting industry incumbents, their behaviors and their strategies to WiN in your marketplace. He explains that efficiency in business is important, but it does not grow revenue, market share or differentiation.

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  • Image of The Road to Reinvention
    Image of The Road to Reinvention

    How to Drive Disruption and Accelerate Transformation

    by Josh Linkner

    The most successful companies, brands, and individuals make reinvention a regular part of their business strategies. Transformation demands an ongoing process of discovery and imagination. Linkner identifies six elements in any business that are ripe for reinvention and shares examples, methods, and step-by-step techniques for creating deliberate, productive disruption.

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  • Image of Thanks for the Feedback
    Image of Thanks for the Feedback

    The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well

    by Douglas Stone, Sheila Heen

    Receiving feedback is essential for healthy relationships and professional development, but we dread it and often dismiss it. Stone and Heen explain why getting feedback is so crucial yet so challenging, and they offer a powerful framework for interpreting comments, evaluations, and unsolicited advice in ways that enable effective learning.

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  • Image of Out Think
    Image of Out Think

    How Innovative Leaders Drive Exceptional Outcomes

    by G. Shawn Hunter

    The methods and mindsets needed to drive innovation and become game-changers in the 21st century are found by tapping into the discretionary levels of passion and initiative within us. In each chapter of Out Think, a key idea, behavior, or mindset shift is presented and techniques are described to show how the shift or idea can be implemented to ultimately drive the change that leaders want and need in their organizations.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Own Your Future
    Image of Speed Review: Own Your Future

    How to Think Like an Entrepreneur and Thrive in an Unpredictable Economy

    by Paul Brown

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  • Image of Speed Review: Uplifting Leadership
    Image of Speed Review: Uplifting Leadership

    How Organizations, Teams, and Communities Raise Performance

    by Alan Boyle, Alma Harris, Andy Hargreaves

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  • Image of Speed Review: Getting Your Money’s Worth From Training & Development
    Image of Speed Review: Getting Your Money’s Worth From Training & Development

    A Guide to Breakthrough Learning for Managers and Participants

    by Roy Pollock, Calhoun Wick, Andrew Jefferson

    Pfeiffer, 144 pages

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  • Image of What Would Google Do?
    Image of What Would Google Do?

    by Jeff Jarvis

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    In a book that’s one part prophecy, one part thought experiment, one part manifesto, and one part survival manual, internet impresario and blogging pioneer Jeff Jarvis reverse pioneers Google –– the fastest growing company in history –– to discover forty clear and straightforward rules to manage and live by.

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  • Image of Be A Shortcut
    Image of Be A Shortcut

    The Secret Fast Track to Business Success

    by Scott Halford

    Shortcuts are individuals and companies that function like lifelines to the people and organizations that most depend on them. They are available when needed, they humbly perform tasks without complaint, they are masters of their own specific skill, and they always present a positive attitude. Great Shortcuts are able to make time for things about which they are passionate. They use that same efficiency and passion in the workplace, making other people's jobs easier, creating a better...

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