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    The Mindfulness Alternative

    by Scott Eblin

    Top leadership coach Scott Eblin provides simple routines to reduce stress and sustain peak performance and a personal planning framework for creating desired outcomes. Even small increases in mindfulness can lead to big changes in productivity and quality of life for the overworked and overwhelmed professional. This is a guide that shows how to do it.

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    A New Way to Partner for Innovation and Growth

    by Bob Johansen, Karl Ronn

    Leading forecaster Bob Johansen and business developer Karl Ronn share a model for creating new growth for your business using the underutilized resources you already own that you can share with others. They describe how to partner to do what you can’t do alone and experiment to learn and scale new business at low risk.

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    Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work

    by Liz Wiseman

    Leadership expert Liz Wiseman explains how to reclaim and cultivate the curious, flexible, youthful mindset of a rookie in order to keep up with what’s needed from employees in a rapidly changing world. Rookie smarts is a state of mind available to those willing to unlearn and relearn. Learn the four modes of the rookie mindset that lead to success.

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    8 Elements that Bring - and Keep - People Together

    by Michael Leavitt, Rich McKeown

    Solving large issues in today's complex world requires cooperation among diverse stakeholders. Finding Allies, Building Alliances is a guide for anyone tasked with fostering and maintaining an effective, productive and collaborative venture. The first step is to carefully choose a network of participants that will become a powerful alliance. With the right team in place, a framework of eight elements will help your group work together for the mutual benefit of all parties.

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    24 Steps to a Successful Startup

    by Bill Aulet

    The need for entrepreneurs will only grow. The step-by-step approach in Disciplined Entrepreneurship will allow intrepid entrepreneurs to quickly and efficiently iterate their way toward the best solutions. Whether you are a first-time or repeat entrepreneur, Bill Aulet offers the tools you need to improve your odds of making a product people want – and need – to buy.

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    40 Ways to Out-Innovate the Competition

    by Stephen Shapiro

    In Best Practices Are Stupid, Stephen M. Shapiro offers 40 counterintuitive yet proven strategies for boosting innovation and making it a repeatable, sustainable and profitable process at the heart of a company's culture. Shapiro shows that nonstop innovation is attainable and vital to building a high-performing team, improving the bottom line, and staying ahead of the competition.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Creative Confidence
    Image of Speed Review: Creative Confidence

    Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All

    by David Kelley, Tom Kelley

    Crown Business 2013, 288 pages

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    Image of Sticking Points

    How to Get 4 Generations Working Together in the 12 Places They Come Apart

    by Haydn Shaw

    For the first time in American History we have four different generations working together in the workplace. In Sticking Points, Haydn Shaw, identifies 12 places where the 4 generations typically come apart in work and in life. These sticking points revolve around differing attitudes toward time management, texting, social media, organizational structure and fashion.

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    Image of A Seat at the Table

    How Top Salespeople Connect and Drive Decisions at the Executive Level

    by Marc Miller

    Bestselling author Marc Miller delivers a new, critical tool for connecting with decision makers to make more and bigger sales. He offers a new sales approach designed to help salespeople earn A Seat at the Table – the place reserved for those select people who set the direction and the budget of an enterprise.

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