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The Gen Z Effect Koulopoulos, Thomas | Keldsen, Dan Bibliomotion, Inc. , 2014 Diversity, Relationships

Gen Z (the generation born ten years before or after 2005) is changing the world. In The Gen Z Effect, however, Thomas Koulopoulos and Dan Keldsen show how a person’s year of birth does not need to...

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Brief McCormack, Joseph John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2014 Communication

The more people become inundated with messages and new mediums for relaying them, the more distracted they become. As a result, most people will tune out anyone who adds too much information, interruption, time, or...

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Conversational Capacity Weber, Craig McGraw-Hill , 2013 Communication

Some teams are good at handling routine problems, but fall apart when faced with difficult situations, while other teams can succeed when dealing with the stickiest problems. The differentiating factor is the amount of...

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The Brain Sell Lewis, Dr. David Nicholas Brealey Publishing , 2013 Customer Focus, Marketing

In the last 50 years, neuroscience has made tremendous strides in understanding the brain, even developing techniques to measure people’s thoughts and emotions in real time. For advertisers and marketers, brain...

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The CEO Difference Benton, D A. McGraw-Hill Education , 2014 Leadership

The most important concept in career success is differentiating oneself from the crowd. That concept can be broken down further into three parts: thinking, presentation, and action. In The CEO Difference...

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The Truth Doesn’t Have to Hurt Bright, Deb AMACOM , 2015 Communication, Personal Growth

The giving and receiving of criticism is one of the top ten stressors in the workplace. Most people admit that they do not have the skills to receive criticism well and also struggle with how to criticize others. To...

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Becoming a Manager Hill, Linda A. Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2003 Management

In Becoming a Manager, Linda A. Hill offers readers an inside look at the stressful, often frustrating, realities of the managerial journey, chronicling the tribulations and triumphs faced by new...

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Sometimes You Win—Sometimes You Learn Maxwell, John C. Center Street, Hachette Book Group , 2013 Leadership Development, Personal Growth

In Sometime You Win—Sometimes You Learn, John C. Maxwell suggests that people who are successful view losing differently than most people do. These individuals do not hide from failure or shy away from...

 
 
The Idea Hunter Boynton, Andy | Fischer, Bill | Bole, William Jossey-Bass , 2014 Innovation

The Idea Hunter, by Andy Boynton, Bill Fischer, and William Bole, argues that most new ideas are not entirely original, and that a person does not need to be a genius to be an innovator. In fact, the...

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Enhancing Your Executive Edge Zoller, Kim | Preston, Kerry McGraw-Hill Education , 2014 Leadership Development, Personal Growth

Technical and job skills only carry individuals so far. The difference between those who get promoted to leadership positions and those who remain stuck comes down to interpersonal skills. In fact, interpersonal skill...

 
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