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  • Image of Simplify Work
    Image of Simplify Work

    Crushing Complexity to Liberate Innovation, Productivity, and Engagement

    by Jesse W. Newton

    In Simplify Work, global management consultant Jesse W. Newton gets to the bottom of what creates complexity in the first place and provides a practical method for simplifying work.

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    Image of Shift the Work

    The Revolutionary Science of Moving from Apathetic to All In Using Your Head, Heart, and Gut

    by Joe Mechlinski

    Shift the Work explores the emerging science around each of our three brains - our head brain, our heart brain, and our gut brain.

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    Image of Not Doing

    The Art of Turning Struggle into Ease

    by Steven D'Souza, Diana Renner

    By effortlessly adapting to the environment, like the river that wends its way from spring to ocean, we can discover a new way of living, working, and succeeding, so that our action can sustain us, our organizations, and our environment for generations to come.

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  • Image of Competitive Advantage
    Image of Competitive Advantage

    Create Continuing Education That Is Profitable, Sustainable, and Impactful

    by Tracy King

    Tracy King details the hidden internal and external forces that affect organizations, effective education strategies, the powerful foundations for future strategies, and countless other lessons.

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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 Bravespace Workplace

    Making Your Company Fit for Human Life

    by Moe Carrick

    Does your company engage its people, elevate the practice of leadership, and model healthy cultures as a practice of meeting its goals? Author Moe Carrick refers to these companies as "Bravespace workplaces."

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