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What Keeps Leaders Up at Night Lipkin, Nicole AMACOM , 2013 Leadership, Management

In What Keeps Leaders Up at Night, Nicole Lipkin examines the psychology underlying common leadership dilemmas and outlines strategies for effective leadership. With a doctorate in clinical psychology...

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Y in the Workplace Lipkin, Nicole A. | Perrymore, April J. Career Press , 2009 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

Like it or not, Generation Y (Gen Y) is entering the workplace, and their numbers are too big to ignore. Sporting nose rings and spurning panty hose, listening to iPods and continuously text messaging, the generation...

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The Allure of Toxic Leaders Lipman-Blumen, Jean Oxford University Press , 2006 Leadership, Personal Growth

In the wake of highly publicized examples of toxic leadership - in politics, business, and even religion - Americans are growing increasingly cynical about leaders’ morality and motivations. Despite frustrations with...

 
 
The Loudest Duck Liswood, Laura John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2010 Diversity

The increased globalization of the business world has caused organizations to become more aware of the need to ensure diverse, level playing fields in their workplaces. While organizations frequently create diversity...

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Work Smarts Liu, Betty John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2014 Business Biographies, Personal Growth

If there is anyone who knows the secret ingredients to success, it is Betty Liu. As an award-winning financial journalist and Bloomberg Television anchor, she has had the opportunity to interview billionaires, CEOs,...

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Imagination First Liu, Eric | Noppe-Brandon, Scott Jossey-Bass , 2009 Innovation, Personal Growth

Imagination is an immensely powerful tool; when tapped, both individuals and companies have almost limitless access to creativity, innovation, and competitive advantages. The future of society relies heavily on...

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Leading with Cultural Intelligence Livermore, David AMACOM , 2010 Diversity, Global Business, Leadership, Relationships

Cultural intelligence (CQ) is a set of skills that facilitates effective cross-cultural management. Instead of learning the intricacies of the culture and practices of every nation, CQ provides a broad-based model that...

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The Cultural Intelligence Difference Livermore, David A. AMACOM , 2011 Diversity, Human Resources

In today’s hypercompetitive economy, success depends on the ability to function effectively in culturally diverse situations. Traditionally a person’s IQ, or cognitive intelligence, was considered a critical predictor...

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Workforce America! Loden, Marilyn | Rosener, Judy B. Business One/Irwin , 1991 Diversity, Human Resources, Management, Social Responsibility

In Workforce America, the authors contend that-contrary to what some believe-managing diversity as an asset does not require expertise in cultural differences. The only prerequisite is a framework for analyzing the...

 
 
Managing the Unmanageable Loehr, Anne | Kaye, Jezra The Career Press, Inc. , 2011 Leadership, Management

In Managing the Unmanageable, Anne Loehr and Jezra Kaye explore various kinds of unmanageable employees, or, as the authors call them, “UEs.” They provide tools and suggestions for how to deal with UEs...

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