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  • Human Resources A to Z

    by Ted Smith
    Aimed at ambitious, mid-level HR & OD people, it’s full of practical tips and tricks to move from being good to great, with insights into the ways that you can influence others, get change accepted, and make things happen. A to Z style, so that you can dip in and out, or go straight to an issue.
  • More About Family Prosperity

    by rachel george

    No matter how hard families try to amass wealth over generations, it is not an easy job to keep the momentum going. As generations come, most will be unlikely to know what their ancestors did to keep their wealth going up and beyond. The younger generations of the family may not have the best understanding of what kept their businesses succeeding and the strategies that they followed to keep it that way. That’s a real concern for many business groups when there are statistics saying tha... more

  • Don't Be a Jerk Manager: The Down & Dirty Guide to Management

    by James Monroe
    This is the companion book to "Don't Be a Dick Manager," but with a title that may be more palatable in professional settings. Take a successful employee, promote them into management but give them no management training and there’s a very good chance you’ll create a defensive, insecure, unsuccessful, jerk manager. Here is the management training you never got! This honest, straightforward guide reveals the things nobody talks about–knowledge that only comes from real-world experience in t... more
  • Picapic Gift Store

    by Picapic Gift Store
  • Bad Bitches and Power Pitches:

    by Precious L. Williams
    Warning! What you're about to read is a step-by-step guide to winning at the game of life. The stakes are high. So, read this only if you dare. Have you ever wondered what some women entrepreneurs and speakers do to stand out and have prospects, the media, and investors seeking them out? What's their secret sauce? How did they transcend from being average to becoming extraordinary? My dear, they are bad bitches with power pitches! A serial entrepreneur, international professional speaker, and... more
  • The Manic Manager

    by Diane L Martin
    Any supervisor or aspiring manager interested in becoming a more effective manager will find this book to be an invaluable guide. Like a mentor, Martin guides the reader through what often seems like organizational bramble on such topics as hiring, onboarding, coaching, planning, meetings, and resolving conflict. Here's a synopsis: After expending a considerable amount of their time, begging for budget, placing ads, interviewing, and orienting candidates, it’s amazing how many experienced an... more
  • The Manic Manager: How to Avoid Becoming the Manager Everybody Loves to Hate

    by Diane L. Martin
    Any supervisor or aspiring manager interested in becoming a more effective manager will find this book to be an invaluable guide. Like a mentor, Martin guides the reader through what often seems like organizational bramble on such topics as hiring, onboarding, coaching, planning, meetings, and resolving conflict.
  • In Demand, in Command

    by Philip Grant
    A comprehensive and practical business guide on how to serve customers better, leaner, and smarter. Achieved through astute customer insight, digital optimisation and organisational transformation. You may have a brilliant product, excellent services and competitive pricing, but that only gets you a seat at the table. If you really want to stay ahead of the game and be in command of a modern, always-connected world, you need a winning digital customer excellence strategy. Throughout th... more
  • International Trade - the Ins and Outs of Import and Export

    by John Gates
    This is a book for new international traders - not just dropshippers, or Amazon sellers, this is for the serious international trader who has a product that he or she wants to sell into international markets on a large scale. This is about physical selling, and seeks to probe those areas of trade that are unfamiliar to the new trader. We explore what you can do on your own -vs - what you can do if you use experts, even if you are on a tight budget. Our mantra is "you don't know what you do... more
  • What the Heck Is Leadership and Why Should I Care?

    by Gary DePaul
    Successful professionals have learned that investing in themselves is the most effective way to enable the extraordinary. Whether managing a team, mentoring others, or running businesses, they know that leadership is a key investment. But what is leadership? How does it help? Through narratives about his corporate experiences, Gary DePaul guides you to discover what leadership is and why it’s important. DePaul using a unique informal writing style to explain how leadership has radically changed ... more
  • Bitcoin: Just the Facts

    by Beverley Douglas
    Unless you have been subject to living underground for the last decade it would have been impossible for you to ignore the hype surrounding Bitcoin. Whether it would be your local news anchor hammering it as a scam or your neighbor trying to give your family free and fantastic investment advice, the phenomenon has swept through every major nation in the world. However, as your average citizen just trying to get on with your day you may have never truly known what the hype is all about. What exac... more
  • Understand Money: Your First Step to Financial Freedom (And Not Eating Cat Food in Retirement)

    by Todd Havens
    Isn’t it time we all stopped worrying about money and learned to Think Wealthy? Explore the first of a 6-step process that leads to financial independence with debt-free dad and author Todd Havens as he shares the only money talk you’ll ever need to hear because the rules to creating wealth are really pretty simple and only need to be learned ONCE.
  • Amplify Your Job Search: Strategies for Finding Your Dream Job

    by Jeffrey S. Ton

    Amplify Your Job Search guides the reader through the job search process through a series of "Amplifiers" (Personal Brand Amplifier, Network Amplifier, Resume Amplifier, for example). Those amplifiers combined with guided personal journaling enable the reader to identify the characteristics of their dream job, how to build a powerful network, how to use that network to get warm introductions into their dream organization, and, how to prepare for and rock the interview.

    Searching for you... more

  • Cultivated Abundance

    by Mihir Pershad
    What does it take to build startups that fundamentally change the world? And of the startups that attempt to create this change, what separates those who succeed from those who fall short? In Cultivated Abundance: How We Can Build a Better Future through Transformative Technology Entrepreneurship, serial entrepreneur Mihir Pershad challenges common Silicon Valley wisdom. Drawing on insights from The Good Food Institute, Effective Altruism, and Impossible Foods, Pershad argues that truly tran... more
  • I Know Myself and Neither Do You: Why Charisma, Confidence and Pedigree Won't Take You Where You Want to Go

    by Ray Williams

    All great leaders know this ancient secret.It wasn’t luck. You’ve worked hard to get to the top. And now ou want more. Using your time, talent and tenacity differently will help you get there. People will talk positively about your achievements, about you and your legacy will speak largely for itself—IF you learn, implement and embody the ancient wisdom you’ll find here in this book.

    You will learn:

    • The primary reason leaders fail and what to do about ... more
  • Property Management Basics for the Part-Time Landlord

    by G.E.S. Boley Jr.
    I know how most people have heard about the numerous benefits of investing in real estate but are still reluctant to give it a try. This is generally because most people think of it as a craft that requires some complex knowledge. That is not necessarily the case. I will prove it to you. In this book.