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Keep Your Skills Sharp with Three New Summaries

A leader’s skill set is like the set of knives used by a master chef. The wielder can only perform at his or her best if the tools stay sharp. Now available from Soundview are three new Soundview Executive Book Summaries that will help you maximize success, become a better coach and navigate the complexities of being more compelling.

by Richard Koch
by Richard Koch

The 80/20 Manager by Richard Koch. Bestselling author Richard Koch demonstrates how managers can be much more efficient and effective by applying the 80/20 Principle – the idea that just 20 percent of our time, effort and key decisions generate 80 percent of our success. The 80/20 Manager can help managers to focus on the issues that really matter, ask the right questions, find the right connections and realize meaningful achievement for their businesses and themselves.

 

by Jack Canfield and Dr. Peter Chee
by Jack Canfield and Dr. Peter Chee

Coaching for Breakthrough Success by Jack Canfield and Dr. Peter Chee. Jack Canfield, coauthor of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Dr. Peter Chee offer a practical guide of 30 principles that every coach needs to succeed. Learn how the Coaching Principles representing the heart of a coach, the Situational Coaching Model representing the mind of a coach, and the Achievers Coaching Techniques representing the energy of a coach can build upon each other to empower people to achieve breakthrough success.

 

 

by John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut
by John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut

Compelling People by John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut. What makes some people irresistible and others forgettable? John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut introduce us to two qualities – strength (the root of respect) and warmth (the root of affection) – and they detail the signals that broadcast each of these. Drawing on the latest social science and the authors’ own work, Compelling People reveals the basic framework we use to judge each other and what we can do to earn both respect and affection.

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