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  • Image of Hot Trading Secrets
    Image of Hot Trading Secrets

    How to Get In and Out of the Market with Huge Gains in Any Climate

    by J. Christoph Amberger

    Hot Trading Secrets takes common investment concepts and applies some of the unique trading systems devised by the teams of independent financial analysts of Amberger’s Taipan Group. It’s the combination of analytical components that makes them so successful. Hot Trading Secrets is about how and why the market itself reacts — and how to get the heads-up on knowing which way it’s going to move.

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  • Image of Webinar: Meetings Matter
    Image of Webinar: Meetings Matter

    by Paul Axtell

    In this Soundview Live webinar, Meetings Matter, Paul Axtell emphasizes the importance of meetings, and he redesigns them using the vital foundation of conversation. This event will revolutionize your meetings—moving them from that dreaded obligation to the most powerful way to get things done in business and in life.

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  • Image of Anticipate
    Image of Anticipate

    The Art of Leading by Looking Ahead

    by Rob-Jan de Jong

    Strategy and leadership expert Rob-Jan de Jong explains how to develop the ability to see things early and incorporate them into the future of your organization. Anticipate offers proven techniques for looking ahead and exploring potential futures, which can create enormous strategic advantage.

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  • Image of Stacking the Deck
    Image of Stacking the Deck

    How to Lead Breakthrough Change Against Any Odds

    by David S. Pottruck

    David Pottruck, former CEO of Charles Schwab, presents the Stacking the Deck process, nine-steps that leaders who are facing major change in their organizations can follow from the first realization that change is needed through implementation.

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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: A Beautiful Constraint
    Image of Speed Review: A Beautiful Constraint

    How To Transform Your Limitations Into Advantages, and Why It's Everyone's Business

    by Mark Barden, Adam Morgan

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Art of Social Media
    Image of Speed Review: The Art of Social Media

    Power Tips for Power Users

    by Guy Kawasaki, Peg Fitzpatrick

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  • Image of Stop Workplace Drama
    Image of Stop Workplace Drama

    Train Your Team to Have No Complaints, No Excuses and No Regrets

    by Marlene Chism

    Gossip. Power struggles. Poor team coordination. These are all symptoms of workplace drama. They're the obstacles that can drain your company of its best talent, get in the way of true productivity and profit, and eat away at the effectiveness of your organization. In Stop Workplace Drama, Marlene Chism shows how to change the way you and your organization confront and work through problems, implement effective management strategies in a drama-filled organization, and find new...

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  • Image of Enchantment
    Image of Enchantment

    The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds and Actions

    by Guy Kawasaki

    Enchantment, as defined by bestselling business guru Guy Kawasaki, is not about manipulating people. It transforms situations and relationships, converts hostility into civility and changes skeptics into believers. This book explains all the tactics you need to prepare and launch an enchantment campaign; to get the most from both push and pull technologies; and to enchant your customers, your employees, and even your boss.

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