Leadership

Leadership

 
Navigating the Badlands O'Hara-Devereaux, Mary John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2004 Global Business, Leadership, Management

Business forecaster and author Mary O’Hara-Devereaux borrows a metaphor from the old American West, “navigating the badlands,” to describe the journey that business and industry finds itself on in the current...

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Negotiating In The Real World Gatbaum, Victor Simon & Schuster , 2000 Leadership

Negotiating is an important skill we use everyday whether for business, political, or personal purposes. This practical guide is based on more than 20 years' experience in real life situations, as shared by one of New...

 
 
Now...Build a Great Business! Thompson, Mark | Tracy, Brian AMACOM , 2011 Business Strategy, Leadership

Today, competition is fierce and more determined than ever, and the challenges of business are greater and more demanding. The only way to survive and thrive is to build a great business that can withstand the economic...

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Obstacles Welcome de la Vega, Ralph Thomas Nelson , 2009 Business Biographies, Leadership, Major Works

In Obstacles Welcome, Ralph de la Vega describes in rich and fascinating biographical detail how adversity and obstacles present opportunities to enrich and transform our business and personal lives....

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On Becoming a Leader Bennis, Warren Addison-Wesley , 1990 Leadership, Management

Leaders are important because (1) they are responsible for the success or failure of all organizations, (2) the world needs a guiding purpose, and leaders fulfill that need; and (3) the integrity of our institutions is...

 
 
On the High Wire Gunn, Robert W. | Gullickson, Betsy Raskin Praeger Publishers , 2006 Leadership

Beginnings are always tough; first times, inexorably fussy. In this tremendously poignant book, Gunn and Gullickson relate the exigencies brought about by a spanking...

 
 
One Piece of Paper Figliuolo, Mike Jossey-Bass , 2011 Leadership

Most organizations produce mission statements and leadership styles that are weighed down with corporate jargon and do little to explain who they are and where they are going. In One Piece of Paper,...

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Open Leadership Li, Charlene Jossey-Bass , 2010 Communication, Leadership, Technology

In today’s world of new social technologies, leaders must face a new reality: it is necessary to let go in order to succeed. Social technologies have made information sharing easy and free. As a result, they have...

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Ordinary Greatness Bilbrey, Pamela | Jones, Brian John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2009 Leadership, Management

As part of an experiment in context and perception, world renowned violinist Joshua Bell stood in a corner of a Washington D.C. metro station during the morning rush hour. Wearing street clothes, he pulled out his...

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Organizational Culture and Leadership Schein, Edgar H. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2004 Human Resources, Leadership, Major Works, Management

Culture is to a group what personality is to an individual. Edgar Schein, in this his third edition of the classic, Organizational Culture and Leadership, delves deeper into the origins and evolution...

 
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