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by Richard MethenyThe Aware Leader: Self-Knowledge is the Key to Your Success advises leaders that Self-Awareness is the deciding factor in their success. To be an effective leader, an executive needs to know himself or herself. This book is an accessible, illuminating personal development guide towards success for the individual and the organization. Research reviewed in the book establishes clearly that greater awareness leads to great individual and company success. Metheny takes the reader on a journey to ... more
by ForkEq USA
We are a company committed to providing the manufacturing industry with heavy equipment and a creative solution for material handling and transportation of loads. We are offering a wide range of forklifts and accessories to the customers. Forkeq is known amongst the best suppliers among the manufacturers and specialized warehouses. We work with a used electric forklift for sale and test them thoroughly to maintain the efficiency of the work of the client. We ensure quality and reliable servic... more
by kris smithBusiness in the age of AI is fraught with complexity on an unprecedented scale. Organisations need to build infrastructure and culture capability to leverage AI smartly. The technology holds the potential to automate processes, analyse large data sets and deliver insights that power better decisions at a systems level. Deployed smartly, AI can enable and unleash unparalleled competitive advantages at scale.
by Jaimie EngleYour Book Might Suck… But it doesn’t have to. You are an awesome writer with an incredible fiction story the world needs to experience. But your book… well, it kind of sucks. So let’s fix that. Setting your novel apart from the rest is a choice. Fiction is more than a character doing stuff in a place you’ve invented. There are rules to magic and seasons to setting and double meanings to words, and a cadence to sentence structure if you want to write a book that doesn’t suck. I guarant... more
by Randy L. ThurmanWhat’s the single most important thing you can do to make sure you enjoy a worry-free retirement? It’s simple. Hire an expert to manage your money for you. But not just any expert. A young journalist asked, “What percentage of financial advisors would you recommend to your mom?” It was a simple question, but it made retirement investment advisor Randy L. Thurman CFP®, CPA/PFS, uncomfortable. “2%,” he answered. That’s right—just one advisor out of fifty was good enough to trust wi... more
by Stanley TurkelThe thirty-two century-old hotels featured in this book have defied the passage of time for a variety of reasons, many explicable, some beyond explanation, all miraculous. For eighteen of them, it was the fortuitous creation of the New York City Landmark Preservation Commission in 1965. The landmarks law was enacted in response to the demolition of the iconic Pennsylvania Station in 1963. After 139 years, the following evaluation is still true: "New York is the paradise of hotels. In no other ci... more
by Norm E. Oshiro
The topics and scenarios discussed in Individual Performer to Manager, and the advice offered, come from the author’s educational grounding in sociology, science, and business, but primarily from the experiences that he lived through, working with people day in and day out, starting as an individual performer, then progressively rising through the ranks to become a team leader, supervisor, manager, then manager of a Systems Engineering Center, and last as a credentialed project manager,... more
by Aditi Agarwal“Success today requires the agility and drive to constantly rethink, reinvigorate, react, and reinvent." - Bill Gates Are you "truly agile"? ... ...Can you cope up with this fast-paced and competitive environment? Are you ready to achieve Enterprise Agility to sustain businesses and drive outcomes? This book is specially designed for thought leaders who are leading agile transformation efforts, coaching agile or lean frameworks, implementing OKRs, or bringing more business agility to... more
The Arsonist in the Office: Fireproofing Your Life Against Toxic Coworkers, Bosses, Employees and Culturesby Pete HavelThe Arsonist in the Office is a leadership and management book mixed within and around author Pete Havel's story from inside a deeply troubled company. Readers will learn how to protect themselves and their organizations from bad behavior and broken cultures. In a disarmingly humorous way that utilizes his fictional experiences with characters Suzy the Supervisor, Cecil the CEO, HR Harry, and Hazel (the antagonist), Havel uses his experience to teach others how to 'fireproof' hiring processes,... more
by Laura BullEver wonder what makes household names like Oprah, Ellen, or Beyoncé so powerful? It’s all about influencer branding, and Laura Bull will tell you everything you need to know. Bull spent ten years with Sony Music Entertainment, becoming one of the company's youngest executives and spearheading artist development and marketing for globally recognized brands. She is an expert who specializes in transforming entrepreneurs into viable brands and teaching what it takes to become a powerful "inf... more
by Scott N. SchoberHacked Again details the ins and outs of a cybersecurity expert and CEO of a top wireless security tech firm, Scott Schober, as he struggles to understand the motives and mayhem behind his being hacked. By day, he runs a successful security company and reports on the latest cyber breaches in the hopes of offering solace and security tips to millions of viewers. But Scott begins to realize his worst fears are only a hack away as he falls prey to an invisible enemy.
by Scott N. SchoberThere are 30 million small businesses currently operating in the United States. Some of them are single owner/operated while others collectively employ hundreds of millions. This book is for all of them and anyone who makes it their business to stay safe from phishing attacks, malware spying, ransomware, identity theft, major breaches and hackers who would compromise their security. We are all in this together which is why cybersecurity is everybody’s business.
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by Subhajit KharaWhen you make plans for the investment so, there are several options for you that provide you lots of opportunities through you will get more benefits to you. But the thing is you must have to know the right place for the ideal investment and what about the real estate sectors. Yes, the property, lands and plots where you can always experience correctly. In real estate property sectors, you avail all types of properties such as commercial spaces, residential spaces, and more.
If you ... more
by Marie-Lara WietchOne out of five employees and workers in developed nations (this is 20% of all of them) does not enjoy the luxury of sleeping at night. Policing, healthcare, and some service and industrial jobs go on 24 hours/day. This means that somebody needs to be out there on the graveyard shift in order to keep society running.
Experts have studied the impact of this chaotic existence on the health of shift workers.
Some studies have concluded that employees who work other t... more
by Victor Ramon Allen
This book will help a person with a plan, yet funding caused everything to come to a complete stop. It will also help someone bridge the distance between ambition and destiny. I sometimes look at it as my bridge to fulfill my purpose in life. I feel that knowledge is power. So many people don’t understand financial institutions. I feel I need to share the information with people to help someone.
I found myself in this position after I graduated from college. I had a degree b... more