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    12 Intentional Behaviors That Lead to Big Impact

    by G. Shawn Hunter

    Serial entrepreneur and best-selling author G. Shawn Hunter presents 12 critical competencies that are consistently present in the daily routines of today’s more successful leaders. Using interviews with business leaders around the world, he guides you through a series of incremental steps from simply taking care of rest and exercise to building self-confidence and embracing challenges to build a stronger version of yourself and make a broader impact in the world.

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    Women, Men, Work, Family

    by Anne-Marie Slaughter

    Anne-Marie Slaughter offers her own story as a backdrop for discussing the challenges that face women who seek to have an incredible career while nurturing a happy family.

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    The Ultimate Playbook for Building and Running a High-Performance Inside Sales Team

    by Josiane Chriqui Feigon

    The exploding demand for inside sales leaders means that top reps are being promoted even if they are unprepared for management. Despite their expertise with traditional techniques, many don’t "get" the new world of Sales 2.0.

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    Understand Your Customer’s Buying Process and Maximize Your Sales

    by Kevin Davis

    Slow Down, Sell Faster! shows you how to stop jumping the gun and work with your customers to identify and quantify their real needs, so by the time you begin your pitch in earnest, you're already halfway home.

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