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Soundview Executive Book Summaries® publishes summaries of the best business books of each year on career and self-development subjects including business communication, time management, public speaking, motivation, goals, negotiation, work-life balance, emotional intelligence, presentation skills, decision-making and more. Browse our list of summary titles to find those that will move your career and life forward.

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  • Image of Don't Be a Stranger
    Image of Don't Be a Stranger

    Create Your Own Luck in Business through Strategic Relationship Building

    by Lawrence R. Perkins

    In this Don’t Be a Stranger, Lawrence R. Perkins explains how you can succeed in business by creating your own luck through strategic relationship building.

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  • Image of The Long-Distance Teammate
    Image of The Long-Distance Teammate

    Stay Engaged and Connected While Working Anywhere

    by Wayne Turmel, Kevin Eikenberry

    Written by the founders of the Remote Leadership Institute, The Long-Distance Teammate is the most authoritative single resource for helping remote workers get work done effectively.

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  • Image of Solving the People Problem
    Image of Solving the People Problem

    Essential Skills You Need to Lead and Succeed in Today’s Workplace

    by Brett M. Cooper, Evans Kerrigan

    By using the information and direction in this book, you will become more aware of your own personality preferences and be able to adapt your approach to communicate more effectively with others.

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  • Image of The Connector's Advantage
    Image of The Connector's Advantage

    7 Mindsets to Grow Your Influence and Impact

    by Michelle Tillis Lederman

    In The Connector’s Advantage, Michelle Tillis Lederman shows you what it means to be a Connector and how to become one.

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  • Image of Connection Culture
    Image of Connection Culture

    The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy, and Understanding at Work

    by Michael Lee Stallard

    In Connection Culture, Michael Lee Stallard draws on data and research from the world’s most successful company cultures to find out exactly what makes them so effective.

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  • Image of The Person You Mean to Be
    Image of The Person You Mean to Be

    How Good People Fight Bias

    by Dolly Chugh

    In The Person You Mean to Be, social psychologist and professor Dolly Chugh reveals the surprising causes of inequality, grounded in the “psychology of good people.”

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  • Image of Communicate with Mastery
    Image of Communicate with Mastery

    How to Speak with Conviction and Write for Impact

    by JD Schramm, Kara Levy

    Communication expert JD Schramm offers actionable advice to leaders at all levels of experience on how to effectively motivate teams, draft clear and concise emails, become an influential speaker, and more.

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  • Image of DataStory
    Image of DataStory

    Explain Data and Inspire Action Through Story

    by Nancy Duarte

    Nancy Duarte explains the unique power of stories, which make the brain light up in ways that no other form of communication does, and how using story frameworks to communicate data will encourage others to act on your recommendations.

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  • Image of The Power of Presence
    Image of The Power of Presence

    Unlock Your Potential to Influence and Engage Others

    by Kristi Hedges

    Author Kristi Hedges has witnessed even the highest-level people struggle to connect and communicate. Her experiences have helped her develop the unique I-Presence™ model, which is equal parts communication aptitude, mental attitude and authentic style.

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