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Why Leadership Sucks: Volume 2: Senior Servant Leadership Fundamentals and the Pain, Pitfalls, and Challengesby Miles Anthony Smith
In this day and age, we talk about leadership and more and more books are available on the subject than ever before. The single keyword ‘leadership’ offers up more than 640 million search results on Google alone, and via the internet we can access leadership courses (like mine on Udemy.com) and online information more quickly and easily than ever before. We have more management consultants than ever before in the history of the world. Yet we have a severe lack of leadership in most areas of g... more
by Julie Benezet
The Journey of Not Knowing is a fast paced, entertaining read that gets to the heart of a critical state in today’s business climate and society overall: the constantly changing, ambiguous 21st Century and the uncharted waters ahead. This book will inspire leaders of any size organization to come to grips with the scariness of the unknown while it advances a new approach to leadership that leverages the discomfort of the new as a powerful source of inspiration rather than a deterrent to... more
by Merlon Harper
Written in straightforward lanage, this guidebook helps you understand money, gives you the tools and insight you need to:
- navigate college without taking out too many loans;
- pay off debt you've already acquired;
- use credit cards and bank accounts responsibly;
- boost a lagging credit score;
- get the best deal on a car, invest, plan for retirment and much more.
Filled with charts, graphs and examples of how managing money right can ... more
by Joseph C NewtzImagine how much money you could make if you could apply the strategies that an accomplished financial advisor uses with his multi-million dollar clients! MoneyRx: Your Prescription for Financial Success is a book that you MUST READ before you purchase any financial product. Joseph C. Newtz breaks down complicated financial topics into simple, actionable, and manageable concepts that anyone can use and put into practice.
by info MozzoBusiness without Information technology is the thing of yester years. Every business – small or large has to resort to information technology in one way or the other for survival in the competitive market.
by Dominik Imseng
IT WASN'T GERMAN ENGINEERING ONLY THAT MADE THE VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE AN ICON. IT WAS A MANHATTAN ADVERTISING AGENCY, TOO. Created in 1959 by Doyle Dane Bernbach and continued through the '60s and early '70s, the campaign for the Volkswagen Beetle is considered the best of all time. More than just promoting a car, it promoted a new kind of advertising: simple, charming, intelligent and, most of all, honest.
by Lien DesignNowadays, graphic design companies are very useful for promoting the business products to the world. Graphic design companies specialized in creating attractive images, web design layouts and other designs. There are many advantages to the business when hiring a good graphic design company. They can design your business logo, website, product packages, product labels and more.
by Robert BaileyA wealthy family fends of an attack, relearns the lessons of love and long term success.
by Aaron MosleyPokémon Go is the most popular mobile game in the world. If you are one of the millions of people who spends several hours a day playing this game, there is no reason that you can’t make money while playing. Even if you think Pokémon Go is lame or just for kids, it’s still a cash cow that you shouldn’t ignore. In this book you will learn more than 50 ways that you can get a piece of the Pokémon Go pie.
by Leonard SipesMany years ago I discovered that books or courses that addressed the reality of our media relations jobs did not exist. The book is for spokespeople and individuals likely to talk to reporters. It’s also for organizational executives who make most media decisions. Lastly, I believe journalists and news management will find an insider’s account of bureaucracies and their response to media inquiries interesting and insightful. What will this book do for you? Success With The Media breaks n... more
by Alex ShapardanisIt is important that employers become familiar with the details, obligations, and requirements of the ADA and FMLA laws to assist in resolving employee situations. This book discusses the requirements of these statutes, as well as state laws, which relate to leaves of absence issues in the employer/employee relationship.
by Javier GonzalezA must-have book to understand financial markets in a global context.
by Vivian R. McDougle401(k)—The Path to a Prosperous Retirement: Avoid the Traps. Find the Money. presents the fundamental information that will help individuals understand the various types of retirement accounts that take their category name—the 401(k)—from the Internal Revenue Service provision that authorizes them. Widely used by people who desire to prepare for their retirement years, the 401(k) can become, as the title suggests, “the path to a prosperous retirement.” In this plainly worded guide, Vivian R. McD... more
by Holly D. Reid, CPAThis supplemental workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with the book, "Teach Your Child to Fish: Five Money Habits Every Child Should Master". It provides over twenty practical activities and faith-based references for parents to teach their school-age children, kindergarten through high school, money management concepts as they begin to understand money.