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Stand and Deliver Dale Carnegie Training Touchstone , 2011 Communication

Great public speakers possess confidence, charisma, and eloquence. These traits seem to radiate naturally. However, contrary to what many people believe, public speaking is not a gift. It is a skill that anyone can...

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Business in the Cloud Hugos, Michael | Hulitzky, Derek John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2011 Technology

Technology is rapidly evolving, and the costs for keeping up are soaring. Opportunities in the market exist for companies capable of ramping-up or scaling-down operations quickly. In Business in the Cloud...

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Designing the Smart Organization Deiser, Roland Jossey-Bass , 2009 Business Strategy, Leadership Development

Roland Deiser’s Designing the Smart Organization tackles the challenges of initiating corporate learning programs in order to compete in today’s global market. Corporate learning programs are a...

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Field Tested King, Emily AMACOM , 2012 Human Resources, Leadership Development

Military veterans are some of the most talented, goal-focused, and loyal employees in America. They possess a bevy of skills and perspectives that civilian workers, managers, and job applicants generally lack. Yet...

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The Power of Presence Hedges, Kristi AMACOM , 2012 Personal Growth, Relationships

Presence, the ability to command attention and inspire commitment plays a defining role in people’s relationships, their ability to garner buy-in, and even their compensation. Those described as having charisma,...

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Mojo Goldsmith, Marshall | Reiter, Mark Hyperion Books , 2009 Personal Growth

Some people just seem to have their “mojo” working. The salesman who closes with seven tough customers in a row, the baseball player who hits nothing but home runs, and the bartender who is never late with drinks—all...

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Successful Onboarding Stein, Mark A. | Christiansen, Lilith Kaiser Associates, Inc. , 2010 Human Resources

Global business is steadily moving toward a more knowledge-based economy, with human capital being its greatest asset. However, while leaders tout people as a key asset, their resource prioritization rarely reflects...

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What Would Google Do? Jarvis, Jeff HarperCollins Publishers , 2009 Business Biographies

Google’s founders and executives understand how the introduction of Internet technology has changed the way business is conducted and how people interact with enterprises. This knowledge has made them successful and...

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The $800 Million Pill Goozner, Merrill University of California Press , 2004 Health Care

The price of prescription drugs is high and steadily rising. Through Medicare and Medicaid, much of the costs are absorbed by the government, and thus by the taxpayers. With these costs becoming more and more...

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Start-Up Nation Senor, Dan | Singer, Saul Twelve , 2009 Economics & Finance, Entrepreneurship

Established in 1948, the nation of Israel is comparably very young. It also faces daunting challenges, surrounded by hostile nations, facing an Arab boycott, and boasting few natural resources. Yet today Israel is a...

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