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Face It Horn, Art AMACOM , 2004 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Fear comes in many different—and often disguised—forms. In addition to preventing many from achieving the levels of professional success of which they are capable, fear is also the root cause of most conflict in...

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How Great Decisions Get Made Maruska, Don AMACOM , 2003 Management

In How Great Decisions Get Made, Maruska outlines ten steps that will help any group reach truly effective, innovative decisions backed by genuine commitment from all concerned. His ten-step process...

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The Legacy Leader Lopez, Anthony 1st Books , 2004 Human Resources, Leadership, Personal Growth

Because of recent events in our society, especially in the world of business, many no longer expect leaders, in any arena, to be people of integrity, but accept flawed character as business as usual and of no real...

 
 
Why Smart Executives Fail Finkelstein, Sydney Portfolio , 2004 Leadership

The rise and fall of the DeLorean, RJ Reynolds’s smokeless cigarette, Motorola’s failure in digital cellular telephony, not to mention the more recent headline grabbers—Enron, WorldCom, Tyco, Rite Aid, ImClone, et al.—...

 
 
Beyond Neutrality Mayer, Bernard S. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2004 Human Resources, Personal Growth

After a journey toward acceptance and establishment over the last quarter century, conflict resolution, as a professional practice, is now facing a crisis. In large part, this is because it has not addressed conflict...

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The Skilled Negotiator Reardon, Kathleen Kelley Jossey-Bass , 2004 Management, Personal Growth

Regardless of job or profession, eventually, everyone has to negotiate - something. Although expertise in negotiation requires observation and a trial-and-error approach, in The Skilled Negotiator,...

 
 
The Leader's Voice Clark, Boyd | Crossland, Ron SelectBooks, Inc. , 2002 Communication, Leadership, Personal Growth, Productivity

Often, leaders speak, their constituents applaud on cue, and the illusion is formed that communication has occurred. Unfortunately, this disconnect only breeds communication static that, over time, pushes leaders to...

 
 
Shaping the Future Belgard, William P. | Rayner, Steven R. AMACOM , 2004 Leadership, Management

Change management should, theoretically, be an ongoing element of every company’s growth. However, with three-quarters of all change initiatives failing to achieve the intended results, change management has become a...

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The Toyota Way Liker, Jeffrey K. McGraw-Hill , 2004 Business Biographies, Innovation, Major Works, Management, Productivity

Everyone in the auto industry is so familiar with Toyota’s dramatic business success and world-renowned quality that, as Liker points out, many consider the company to be “boring,” with its steadily growing sales,...

 
 
Thinking Inside the Box Cheyfitz, Kirk Free Press , 2003 Management

No business advice has been more frequently, or freely, dispensed over the last dozen or so years than that of “thinking outside the box” as the key to success in a rapidly changing, increasingly high-tech environment...

 
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