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  • Image of Give and Take
    Image of Give and Take

    Why Helping Others Drives Our Success

    by Adam Grant

    Adam Grant examines what shapes people to become takers, matchers or givers, causing some to rise to the top of their companies and others to slip to the bottom. Give and Take opens up a new way to approach work, interactions and productivity.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Getting Organized in the Google Era
    Image of Speed Review: Getting Organized in the Google Era

    How to Get Stuff out of Your Head, Find It When You Need It, and Get It Done Right

    by Douglas C. Merrill, James Martin

    Broadway Books, 257 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: How to Be a Brilliant Thinker
    Image of Speed Review: How to Be a Brilliant Thinker

    Exercise Your Mind and Find Creative Solutions

    by Paul Sloane

    Kogan Page, 182 pages

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  • Image of Mojo
    Image of Mojo

    How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get It Back If You Lose It

    by Marshall Goldsmith, Mark Reiter

    In his follow up to the New York Times bestseller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, #1 executive coach Marshall Goldsmith lays out the ways that we can get — and keep — our Mojo.

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  • Image of QBQ! The Question Behind the Question
    Image of QBQ! The Question Behind the Question

    Practicing Personal Accountability at Work and in Life

    by John G. Miller

    The troubles that plague organizations cannot be solved by pointing fingers and blaming others. Rather, the real solutions are found when each of us recognizes the power of personal accountability. In QBQ!, author and consultant John G. Miller explains how negative, inappropriate questions like "Why do we have to go through all this change?" and "Who dropped the ball?" represent a lack of personal accountability. Conversely, when we ask better questions — QBQs

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