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  • Image of Hacking Leadership
    Image of Hacking Leadership

    The 11 Gaps Every Business Needs to Close and the Secrets to Closing Them Quickly

    by Mike Myatt

    In Hacking Leadership, Mike Myatt identifies 11 leadership gaps that can be holding leaders back and affecting their performance. The gaps are found in areas of leadership, purpose, future, mediocrity, culture, talent, knowledge, innovation, expectation, complexity and failure.

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    Image of Grounded

    How Leaders Stay Rooted in an Uncertain World

    by Bob Rosen

    Internationally renowned CEO advisor Bob Rosen proposes a new approach to leadership in Grounded in which leaders at every level can become more self-aware, develop their untapped potential, and drive better results for themselves, their teams and their organizations.

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    Image of The Learned Disciplines of Management

    How to Make the Right Things Happen

    by Jim Burkett

    In The Learned Disciplines of Management, Jim Burkett presents a framework of individual disciplines that form a self-reinforcing management system for making the right things happen. These include planning, organizing, measuring performance, executing, following up, real-time reporting and problem solving.

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    Image of Making Yourself Indispensable

    The Power of Personal Accountability

    by Mark Samuel

    According to Mark Samuel, who has helped thousands of people around the world get on the path to personal achievement and fulfillment, shows why the key to becoming indispensable is to embrace accountability rather than run from it in everything you do at work and in your personal life. Becoming indispensable doesn’t require a fancy degree, a senior management title or huge income. It’s a mind-set available to anyone.

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  • Image of Webinar: Lessons from America's Quiet CEOs
    Image of Webinar: Lessons from America's Quiet CEOs

    by Michael D. Comer

    In this Soundview Live webinar, Lessons from America's Quiet CEOs, Michael D. Comer teaches you practical ways to build trust with your team and inspire and motivate others by practicing real-world humble behaviors.

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  • Image of Speed Review: What Chinese Want
    Image of Speed Review: What Chinese Want

    Culture, Communism and the Modern Chinese Consumer

    by Tom Doctoroff

    Palgrave Macmillan, 258 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: Revenue Disruption
    Image of Speed Review: Revenue Disruption

    Game-Changing Sales and Marketing Strategies to Accelerate Growth

    by Phil Fernandez

    John Wiley & Sons, 224 pages

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  • Image of Team Turnarounds
    Image of Team Turnarounds

    A Playbook for Transforming Underperforming Teams

    by Daniel Leidl, Joe Frontiera

    As sports fans already know, behind every great underdog story is a leader who roots out the competitive advantage that will propel the team to victory. In Team Turnarounds, Joe Frontiera and Dan Leidl share how this fine art of the turnaround really works, from how to inspire the team to the actual tools for change. Through interviews with team managers and turnaround masters in the NFL, MLB, and the NCAA, as well as managers at top global firms who have successfully reversed their...

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    Image of Adaptability

    The Art of Winning In An Age of Uncertainty

    by Max McKeown

    Max McKeown's new book harnesses the essence of human survival — the ability to adapt — to help people succeed in business and all other aspects of life. He draws on millions of years of evolution to create a practical and strategic set of rules that take adaption from an involuntary coping strategy to a deliberate winning strategy. Adaptability proves that innovation is important but not enough. The ability to adapt smarter and faster than the situation changes is what...

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