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Lead or Get Off the Pot!: The Seven Secrets of a Self-Made Leader

by Pat Croce & Bill Lyon

Pat Croce's management and motivational expertise are world-renowned. His fresh, daring leadership philosophy launched a small physical therapy practice into a nationwide franchise and revitalized Philadelphia's...


Action Inquiry: The Secret of Timely and Transforming Leadership

by William R. Torbert

Bill Torbert and associates illustrate how individuals and organizations can progress through more and more sophisticated "action-logics" -- strategies for analyzing the world and reacting to it -- until they...


Leadership Skills for Managers: eBook Edition

by Charles M. CALDWELL

Today's leaders face many challenges in achieving their goals. Rapid changes in technology, a more diverse workforce, changes in government regulations, worldwide competition, and the growing complexity of things...


Leadership in Organizations

by John Storey

Of the many books written about leadership, few move beyond conventional accounts of theory, or truly scrutinise the leadership agenda. However, this exciting book sets a new agenda for the interpretation of...


Smart People, Work People Smart

by Ph.D., Larry Cole

This eBook addresses two critical leadership responsibilities: Managing Change and Improving Interpersonal Effectiveness to maximize working relationships. First, virtually every leader that I have worked with...


An Introduction to Nlp: Exploring What Works

by Damian Hamill & David Kerr

In this eBook, Certified NLP Trainers David Kerr and Damian Hamill take the reader through a fascinating and thoughtful introduction to the field of Neuro-linguistic Programming.

Rather than merely focusing on...


The Business Intrapreneur: Profiles of Unsung Heroes of Corporate America

by Kristin Eilenberg

Intrapreneurs are the engines of corporate America. They are the ones that are 100% committed to their employer's mission and are willing to do whatever it takes to make real work happen. Intrapreneurs adeptly...


The Art of the Possible: Create an Organization With No Limitations

by Daniel M. Jacobs

The Art of the Possible Create an Organization with No Limitations offers instructive insight into what works in business, revealing how a few simple tenets can build long-standing excellence and success. An...


Where Did That Come From?: How to Keep Control In Any Situation

by Anne Riches

Have you ever 'lost it'? Said or done something you wish you hadn't? Or maybe you didn't say or do something and wish you had!

If you understand why this happens, it's easier to manage it.

And that's what this...


The Million Dollar Parrot: 25 Brief Stories for Big Breakthroughs

by Gerald de Jaager & James Ericson

With 25 memorable stories that spark insight, fuel innovation, and inspire important new conversations, The Million Dollar Parrot has established itself as an essential element of every leader's toolkit.

"Jerry...


Better Leaders Ask Better Questions

by Lindsay Tighe

Join the new breed of leaders....

become a "Potentialiser"

POTENTIALISER - po·ten·ti·a·li·ser

Meaning: Releaser of amazingness in others

Your team have more potential than you realise and the chances...


The Sales Leaders Playbook

by Nathan Jamail

Winning is not a 'some of the time' activity it is an 'all of the time' activity. Success in sales takes talent, skills, discipline, practice, and most importantly honesty with a genuine concern for the client....


Leadership GPS: Roadmap to Become a Leader for Life

by Janice Witt Smith

Welcome to your continuing investment in leading for life – whether as a formal leader in a corporate or nonprofit business or fraternal organization (e.g., sorority, fraternity, Links, etc), at your church,...


The First 90 Days: Critical Success Strategies for New Leaders at All Levels

by Michael Watkins

Over 500,000 copies sold worldwide.

Fully a quarter of all managers in major corporations enter new leadership roles each year. Whether their assignments involve leading a work group or taking over a company...


Upward Bound: Nine Original Accounts of How Business Leaders Reached Their Summits

by Michael Useem, Jerry Useem & Paul Asel

Your team has faltered at a critical moment. A key member says he can’t continue, requiring you to make a snap decision: Do you write him off? Or do you risk the whole venture by trying to get him back on...


Mind Your Own Business: A Maverick's Guide to Business, Leadership and Life

by Sidney Harman

“The maverick’s way of conducting business forswears the leader as commanding general; it rejects the practice of top-down, authoritative command. Rather, it proposes the leader as catalyst, conscience,...


Leadership the Eleanor Roosevelt Way: Timeless Strategies from the First Lady of Courage

by Robin Gerber

Eleanor Roosevelt's remarkable ability to confront and overcome hurdles-be they political, personal, or social-made her one of the greatest leaders of the last century, if not all time. In Leadership the Eleanor...


Character In Everything â?? Forever

by Richard G., PhD Lazar & Carôn Caswell Lazar

Character is the knowledge, which opens a treasure chest to the kingdom of life and love and life afterward. Our insights and writing is likened to Napoleon Hill's great book Think And Grow Rich. Our secret...


The Business Intrapreneur: Profiles of Unsung Heroes of Corporate America

by Kristin Eilenberg

Intrapreneurs are the engines of corporate America. They are the ones that are 100% committed to their employer's mission and are willing to do whatever it takes to make real work happen. Intrapreneurs adeptly...


Corporate Renaissance

by Rolf Osterberg

In this radical book on business and work, Swedish businessman Rolf Osterberg argues that businesses have their priorities all wrong. Paradoxically, corporations also-more than any other institution-have the...