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The Power of Noticing Bazerman, Max H. Simon & Schuster, Inc. , 2014 Communication, Relationships

Major national calamities, economic crises, loss of lives, and bad business decisions often have one thing in common: the inability or predisposed disinclination to notice important key factors that put lives,...

 
 
Boards That Excel White, B. Joseph Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2014 Leadership

Decisions made in boardrooms have broad consequences for management, investors, employees, and other stakeholders who rely on the directors to be efficient, responsible stewards of the organization. In Boards...

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Management Strategies for the Cloud Revolution Babcock, Charles McGraw-Hill Education , 2010 Technology

Depending on who is talking, the cloud can be anything from a revolutionary technology that will forever transform the digital world to nothing more than a big batch of servers end users connect with over the Internet—...

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Your Self-Sabotage Survival Guide Berg, Karen The Career Press, Inc. , 2015 Personal Growth

In Your Self-Sabotage Survival Guide, Karen Berg states that people who want to be successful in business and in life have to move from self-sabotage to reinvention. They can no longer blame other...

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Return on Relationship Rubin, Ted | Rose, Kathryn Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC , 2013 Customer Focus, Marketing

Today’s social media space has left many companies baffled about how to effectively market to their customers. These companies, which have relied on tried-and-true marketing and advertising tools, must now rethink how...

 
 
Your Perfect Presentation Hoogterp, Bill McGraw-Hill Education , 2014 Communication

In Your Perfect Presentation, Bill Hoogterp conveys many important principles of public speaking, such as the importance of telling stories, the unique value of obtaining constant feedback, and the...

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One Big Thing Cooke, Phil Thomas Nelson, Inc. , 2012 Personal Growth

People can go their entire working lives without truly knowing what they really want to do. This is true for both those at the bottom of the earnings ladder and those at the top. According to Phil Cooke in One...

 
 
Driven to Distraction at Work Hallowell, MD, Edward M. Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2015 Personal Growth, Productivity

In today’s fast-paced work environment, distractions are everywhere. Emails are constantly coming in, mobile phones ring with calls and texts, and meetings consume hours every day. It is no surprise that many people...

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How to Be Happy Webb, Liggy Capstone Publishing, Ltd. , 2012 Personal Growth

In How to Be Happy, Liggy Webb explores the meaning of happiness and provides a toolkit of approaches and techniques to build confidence and resilience in order to become a healthier and happier person...

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Let’s Stop Meeting Like This Axelrod, Dick | Axelrod, Emily Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2014 Management, Teams

Most employees—and many leaders—view meetings as an enemy to productivity and a complete waste of time. They are usually boring, repetitive, and many times attendees have no idea why their presence is required. People...

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