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Emotional Intelligence Goleman, Daniel Bantam Dell , 1995 Human Resources, Major Works, Personal Growth, Relationships

When people with high IQ flounder, and those of modest IQ do relatively well, it can be argued that the difference is that people are being judged in a new way -- not by being smart but by how they manage themselves...

 
 
The New American Workplace O'Toole, James | Lawler III, Edward E. Palgrave MacMillian , 2006 Human Resources, Management

In 1972, the U.S. Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare formed a task force, chaired by James O’Toole, to evaluate the state of working conditions in the country. The ensuing report, Working in America (1973),...

 
 
The Speed of Trust Covey, Stephen M. R. | Merrill, Rebecca R. Free Press , 2006 Leadership, Management, Personal Growth

According to Stephen M. R. Covey (son of the bestselling author Stephen R. Covey), there is one thing that is common to every individual, relationship, team, family, organization, nation, economy, and civilization...

 
 
The Source of Success Georgescu, Peter Jossey-Bass , 2005 Customer Focus, Leadership

According to Georgescu, the world has crossed into uncharted territory in which “too much of a good thing has become a permanent way of life.” For the first time in history, the supply of almost everything has begun to...

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Leading at a Higher Level Blanchard, Ken Financial Times Prentice Hall , 2007 Leadership, Personal Growth

Leaders in any realm of life can become self-serving when the driving reason for being in business is based solely on profit. While profit is a legitimate goal, neglecting to see leadership as part of a higher calling...

 
 
Learning for Sustainability Senge, Peter | Laur, Joe | Schley, Sara | Smith, Brian The Society for Organizational Learning (SoL), Inc , 2006 Business Strategy

Practicing sustainability in business is not easy. For companies, this entails that business decisions should consider the social and environmental consequences, along...

 
 
THINKERTOYS Michalko, Michael Ten Speed Press , 2006 Business Strategy

In hindsight, every great idea seems obvious. The idea itself is a simple thing. The process of generating the idea, however, is what can be both tough and circuitous. How...

 
 
Book Yourself Solid Port, Michael Michael Port, John Wiley & Sons, Inc , 2008 Marketing

If you've always hated marketing and selling your products and services, then you're in for a big surprise. In this book, Michael Port, author,...

 
 
Organizational Survival in the New World Bennet, Alex | Bennet, David Butterworth-Heinemann/Elsevier , 2004 Business Strategy, Global Business

Successful organizations are those that are capable of achieving their goals and objectives over time; not to mention being respected and admired by employees,...

 
 
Diversity: Leaders Not Labels Graham, Stedman Simon & Schuster , 2006 Diversity, Human Resources, Leadership, Management

As technology brings people closer together, our environment becomes more diverse. And while workers from all backgrounds are merging into the global marketplace, businesses are being challenged by a shortage of talent...

 
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