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  • Image of Leadership from the Inside Out
    Image of Leadership from the Inside Out

    Becoming a Leader for Life

    by Kevin Cashman

    In this summary Kevin Cashman demonstrates that his "grow the whole person to grow the whole leader" approach focused on purpose-driven leadership, is even more relevant in today’s hypercomplex world.

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  • Image of Innovation by Design
    Image of Innovation by Design

    How Any Organization Can Leverage Design Thinking to Produce Change, Drive New Ideas and Deliver Meaningful Solutions

    by Edgar Papke, Thomas Lockwood

    In Innovation by Design, authors Thomas Lockwood and Edgar Papke share the results of their study of some of the world’s most innovative organizations including the 10 attributes leaders can use to create and develop effective cultures of innovation

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  • Image of The Inspiration Code
    Image of The Inspiration Code

    How the Best Leaders Energize People Every Day

    by Kristi Hedges

    Kristi Hedges has used quantitative research and responses from leaders at all levels to discover what inspiring leaders do differently.

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Connected Leader
    Image of Speed Review: The Connected Leader

    Creating Agile Organisations for People, Performance and Profit

    by Emmanuel Gobillot

    Kogan Page, 221 pages

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  • Image of Exceptional Selling
    Image of Exceptional Selling

    How the Best Connect and Win in High Stakes Sales

    by Jeff Thull

    You may have the world’s greatest solution, but if you can’t communicate with relevancy, develop credibility and respect, and build clarity for your customers, your potential will be severely constrained. Leading-edge strategist Jeff Thull shows readers how to create a different kind of relationship with the customer and use powerful diagnostic principles to reframe the typical sales conversation.

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  • Image of Mastering Business Negotiation
    Image of Mastering Business Negotiation

    A Working Guide to Making Deals and Resolving Conflict

    by Roy Lewicki, Alexander Hiam

    A valuable resource — grounded in solid research — for any leader or manager who needs practical strategies when conducting business negotiations. Lewicki and Hiam assert that the basic skills and techniques of what they call “the master negotiator” are essential for resolving conflicts, handling difficult conversations, protecting oneself against a competitor and managing good business deals.

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  • Image of Leading at a Higher Level
    Image of Leading at a Higher Level

    Blanchard on Leadership and Creating High Performing Organizations

    by Ken Blanchard

    Blanchard, a leading management consultant and author of The New York Times best seller The One Minute Manager, and his colleagues at the Ken Blanchard Companies have spent over 25 years helping leaders and organizations become great and remain great. Finally they have brought all of that knowledge together and distilled it into Leading at a Higher Level.

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  • Image of The Toyota Way
    Image of The Toyota Way

    14 Management Principles From the World’s Greatest Manufacturer

    by Jeffrey Liker

    Toyota is the world’s most profitable automaker. Its “secret weapon” is lean production — the revolutionary approach to business processes that it invented in the 1950s. Today, businesses around the world are trying to emulate Toyota’s remarkable success by working to implement the company’s radical system for speeding up business and service processes, reducing waste, and improving quality. To help other companies learn to continually improve on what they do, Professor of Industrial and...

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  • Image of Managers Not MBAs
    Image of Managers Not MBAs

    A Hard Look at the Soft Practice of Managing and Management Development

    by Henry Mintzberg

    According to Professor Henry Mintzberg, the current MBA system ensures that the wrong people will get educated in the wrong way with the wrong consequences. There is a better way. Mintzberg has designed a program, the International Masters in Practicing Management, that addresses many of the problems associated with traditional programs that profess to develop managers, but instead produce analysts ready to apply one-size-fits-all techniques no matter the context. By integrating reflective, anal

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