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  • Image of Master Your Motivation
    Image of Master Your Motivation

    Three Scientific Truths for Achieving Your Goals

    by Susan Fowler

    In Master Your Motivation, Susan Fowler says that motivation is energy, and what matters is the quality, not the quantity.

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  • Image of Unplugged
    Image of Unplugged

    How Organizations Lose their Energy and How to Get It Back

    by Tom Roth, Steve Buchholz

    Unplugged provides a fresh look at engagement as a choice that employees make based on how they perceive the change they are faced with and how much discretionary energy they will give to the endeavor.

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  • Image of Rituals for Work
    Image of Rituals for Work

    50 Ways to Create Engagement, Shared Purpose, and a Culture that Can Adapt to Change

    by Kursat Ozenc, Margaret Hagan

    In Rituals for Work, Kursat Ozenc and Margaret Hagan provide a blueprint for building a culture of engagement, innovation, and shared purpose for organizations of all sizes, across industries.

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  • Image of First, Fast, Fearless
    Image of First, Fast, Fearless

    How to Lead Like a Navy SEAL

    by Brian Hiner

    Brian "Iron Ed" Hiner tells what it’s like to be a SEAL and what shapes the intense sense of sacrifice, teamwork and mutual commitment they share. From his own 20-year career as a Navy SEAL and his hands-on experience of commanding hundreds of strategic combat missions and operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and across the globe, Hiner extracts business leadership lessons that can help leaders isolate what’s most important, especially in stressful times.

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  • Image of 5 Gears
    Image of 5 Gears

    How to Be Present and Productive When There is Never Enough Time

    by Steve Cockram, Jeremie Kubicek

    Kubicek and Cokram describe five gears that represent different modes of effectively connecting with others and balancing work and life in a meaningful and productive way. By shifting into the right gear at the right time, you can improve your relationships and increase your respect, influence and productivity.

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  • Image of Otherwise Engaged
    Image of Otherwise Engaged

    How Leaders Can Get a Firmer Grip on Employee Engagement and Other Key Intangibles

    by John Guaspari

    In Otherwise Engaged, author John Guaspari teaches about why businesses’ employee engagement activities and other attempts at fixing “the people stuff” aren’t working.

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  • Image of The Time Trap
    Image of The Time Trap

    The Classic Book on Time Management

    by Alec Mackenzie, Pat Nickerson

    One of the all-time bestselling books on time management, "The Time Trap" has shown countless readers how to squeeze the optimal efficiency — and satisfaction — out of their work day. Filled with smart tactics, revealing interviews, and handy time management tools, this is the proven guide professionals need to get everything under control.

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  • Image of Making Yourself Indispensable
    Image of Making Yourself Indispensable

    The Power of Personal Accountability

    by Mark Samuel

    According to Mark Samuel, who has helped thousands of people around the world get on the path to personal achievement and fulfillment, shows why the key to becoming indispensable is to embrace accountability rather than run from it in everything you do at work and in your personal life. Becoming indispensable doesn’t require a fancy degree, a senior management title or huge income. It’s a mind-set available to anyone.

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  • Image of How to Think Strategically
    Image of How to Think Strategically

    Sharpen Your Mind. Develop Your Competency. Contribute to Success.

    by Greg Githens

    Greg Githens, in How to Think Strategically, draws from his experience as an employee and as a consultant, for an array of organizations.

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