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    by Dr Jefferson Yu-Jen Chen, Anne Duggan
    Drawing on decades of leadership experience, Dr Jefferson Yu-Jen Chen and Anne Duggan explore how the principles of disruption can be applied to get what you want in life and become your best-self. They question conventional thinking around purpose and the importance that it plays in achieving success. In an insightful, practical and well-researched discourse Dr Jefferson Yu-Jen Chen and Anne Duggan unlock the secrets of profound and lasting self-enrichment and show you how to navigate the journ... more
  • Peters' Principles of Success

    by Lenny Peters MD
    A poor boy from Kerala, India, becomes a world class doctor, founder of a medical center, and a confidante of world leaders. Many of us think that even with our own ambition and grit, we could never achieve what Dr. Lenny Peters has in one lifetime. Yet Dr. Peters is adamant: anyone can achieve their professional and personal dreams. PETERS’ PRINCIPLES OF SUCCESS is the culmination of several decades of Peters’ own efforts to achieve success, not just in a singular avenue, but as a matter of ph... more
  • Talking About Ethics: Build Trust, Teams, and Culture Through Workplace Ethics Discussions

    by Rosemary Reeve

    Talking About Ethics is a practical guide for manager-led discussions that build the trust, teams, and culture that prepare employees for complex ethical issues. It provides twelve brief, ambiguous scenarios that are easily adaptable to different industries. Each scenario comes with discussion suggestions and an optional engagement activity. You could pick up this book today and be prepared to lead your first discussion tomorrow.

  • Low-Code/No-Code: Citizen Developers and the Surprising Future of Business Applications

    by Phil Simon

    𝗕𝗼𝗼𝗸 𝗜𝗜𝗜: 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗙𝘂𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗪𝗼𝗿𝗸

    For decades, our relationship with workplace technology has been, in a word, complicated. The pandemic only made it more so.

    The stats are astonishing. Two in three employers cannot find qualified candidates to fill their open IT positions. By 2024, the deficit of software developers in the US alone will hit 500,000. Supply and demand for techies are out of whack and, most alarmingly, there's no end in sight.
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  • Spy Mindset: The Business of Intelligence

    by Anthony C. Patton
    Developing a spy mindset is your best defense against corporate espionage and insider threats but it's also your best offense for succeeding in business today. With lessons and case studies from the U.S. Intelligence Community, Spy Mindset defines intelligence and covers the five steps of the Intelligence Cycle to help you navigate the Seven Seas of information: 1. Planning & Direction, 2. Collection, 3. Processing, 4. Analysis & Production, and 5. Dissemination. Spy Mindset also includes deep d... more
  • Winning Your Biggest Paycheck

    by Edmund Yeung
    This book is suitable for but not limited to the following industries: insurance, real estate, software, cloud, hardware, aircraft, automobile, luxury goods, mortgage, financial, professional services, and consulting. It is also for anyone who wants to become wildly successful in business and make money beyond their wildest dreams. Are you looking for a breakthrough in your career and earnings? You will learn: •\tThree powerful and proven techniques to formulate strategies you can use for a... more
  • 8-Second PR

    by Liz H Kelly
    8-Second PR – 2nd Edition (2022) is a New Public Relations Crash Course with 20 New Strategies for a Post-Pandemic World! Learn PR Secrets to get national media interviews, and increase sales using the power of publicity! With the average attention span of an adult now being 8 seconds (less than a goldfish), you can learn how to be clear, concise and compelling in all your marketing messages, media pitches and interviews. You will learn how to take your brand to the next level using the power of... more
  • How to Create Innovation: The Ultimate Guide to Proven Strategies and Business Models to Drive Innovation and Digital Transforma

    by Stefan Dieffenbacher
    The only leadership book about business innovation you’ll ever need, How to Create Innovation is filled with business canvases and practical guidance that you can use right now to prepare your company for the future. Each of the models presented in the book were developed under the Understanding and Navigating Innovation and Transformation in Enterprises (UNITE) umbrella—a business and innovation strategy that reminds us that when we UNITE, we are greater than the sum of our parts. How to ... more
  • Women in the Job Market

    by Barbara Leist Nelson
    In today’s world, many women often feel guilty about holding a full-time job while also balancing being a good wife and mother. With Women in the Job Market, the modern woman will find information on everything from resume building to scheduling to work-from-home life as well as a guide on navigating the post-Covid-19 job market. Nelson delivers real stories from real women in their day-to-day juggling of career and family along with detailed facts and figures to provide additional insight on th... more
  • The Book on Every Day Negotiating

    by Jeff 'Vegas' Howard
    Does the mere thought of negotiating make you cringe? Are you afraid to seem greedy, aggressive, or demanding? Are you sick of being too shy or too scared to ask for what you want and deserve? You can still get more of what you want, more often… I promise! This is not a business book… it’s really for people who would rather not negotiate!
  • The Billionaire's Folly

    by Faisal Khan

    A billionaire's experimental crypto startup soon veers off the rails into anarchy and greed.


    by Eugene Kelly
    19 rules for accumulating wealth and keeping it instead of losing it.
  • Together We Decide: An Essential Guide for Making Good Group Decisions

    by Craig Freshley
    Does your group need help making good decisions? All groups―teams, boards, nonprofits, businesses, governments―must make decisions to make forward progress. In organizations large and small, simple and complex, public and private, people need to decide things together. With tips, principles, examples, and stories, Craig Freshley shares the essentials that groups need to make decisions that provide lasting benefits. Practical and authoritative, this friendly guide from a veteran group facil... more
  • Leading Inclusion

    by Gena Cox, Ph.D.
    Organizational psychologist and executive coach Gena Cox asserts that although human variation is normal, true inclusion that embraces these variations is elusive in the workplace. Leading Inclusion, a “how-to-be” book, educates, challenges, and empowers the C-suite and board to lead inclusion from the top of the organization. It’s the only way employees will see the changes they deserve.
  • She Rules

    by Sara Roach Lewis
    In She Rules, Sara Roach Lewis rewrites the rules for women in business and is on a mission to help you: - double your revenues - outline a plan to up-level your business - achieve a laser-focus while moving through resistance - rebrand self-care as an important business practice - turn your imposter syndrome into 7-figure confidence With decades of experience as a feminist business strategist, Sara has supported thousands of women to shed society's expectations and create new pathways for... more
  • Neverboss: Great Leadership by Letting Go

    by Laura Shanae Crenshaw

    An energetic speaker paced on stage.
    "We're hardwired for ape-like, power-grabbing social patterns," she continued, "because it worked. In the Dark Ages when information moved slowly, traditional leadership SAVED us. You could either follow the strongest and smartest, or you died. Problem is, workers aren't ignorant any more. They want to use their brains."

    A leadership coach makes a bet with a billionaire: She'll take a failing ... more