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  • The Enemies of Excellence

    by George Wilson Adams
    Excellence is the ultimate human power and the source of our greatest inventions, most successful businesses, deepest insights, furthest explorations, best performances, and most profound art. Yet some people and companies fear, hate, or are otherwise opposed to excellence. Why? In this book George Adams answers the question based on his many years of experience as a CPA, MBA, small business owner, and survivor of countless difficult life experiences.
  • Spheres of Influence

    by Greenleaf Book Group
    Brad Englert has written Spheres of Influence: How to Create and Nurture Authentic Business Relationships to help emerging leaders develop and perfect what he calls the “critical hard skill” of building effective and enduring business relationships. There are two major parts to the book. The first part of the book focuses on the “internal sphere of influence,” those people with whom readers can have the most direct impact: relationship with the boss, relationships with executive leaders, rela... more
  • 5 Systems of Successful People

    by scott schindler

    Do you want to achieve twice as much in half the time?

    Do you want to learn from someone else's experience?

    Do you want to work smarter, not harder?

    Awesome! Then here’s the good news, these 5 systems can do just that! They were all developed from my own experiences. Over 30 years, I have proved these 5 systems and taught them to many others. And over the years, I have worked with many amazing people in business and sport, and I’ve seen the fantastic results ... more

  • LEADERSHIP: OUTDATED THEORIES AND EMERGING NON-TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP

    by Warren Martin
    Qualitative Leadership study that examined outdated leadership theories and the phenomenon of organizational leaders transitioning from academically recommended leadership theories to their own non-traditional leadership practices. Continual change was identified as an ongoing phenomenon. Current leadership theories are outdated and not keeping pace with continual change, vast technological advancements, and expectations by stakeholders for transparency.
  • The Coming Economic Revolution

    by Donald D. Dienst

    A pivotal exploration into the evolving realm of economics, particularly highlighting the revolutionary impact of Bitcoin and the concept of 'cryptonomics' – the fusion of decentralization, cryptography and economics. This book is more than just an exposition on digital currencies; it’s an insightful probe into a transformative shift in economic models, challenging age-old financial systems with the promise of a decentralized, digital future.

    Within its pages, the bo... more

  • Succeeding as a Solopreneur

    by Greenleaf Book Group
    Six keys to successful self-employment Succeeding as a Solopreneur is the definitive guide to launching and growing your own business as a self-employed professional. For current and aspiring solopreneurs, this book will help you master the critical steps for achieving success at every stage of your solopreneur journey, from determining if you’re ready to “go for it,” to setting a marketing and pricing strategy, to lowering your tax rate to keep more of what you earn. Veteran solopreneur ... more
  • STEM Moms

    by Cassie Leonard
    A career navigation guide for anyone who's ever felt a bit different. Let this collection of tools, worksheets, stories, and an occasional pop quiz revitalize your journey! In STEM Moms, you’ll learn how to recognize your skills as superpowers, achieve success by setting goals aligned to your values, navigate your career with an engineering mindset, thrive with resilience, and lift others while living your very best life! STEM Moms is a reminder that you are not alone. Let’s succeed together... more
  • The 80/20 CEO

    by Bill Canady
    The 80/20 CEO: Take Command of Your Business in 100 Days introduces the Profitable Growth Operating System (PGOS), featuring 80/20. PGOS is based on the five management practices 80/20, strategy, talent, M&A, and lean. It is for all senior-level executives, established, rising, or aspiring, who want to lead their organization in strategic growth. PGOS was born in the intensely growth-focused environment of middle-market companies held by private equity, but it applies to virtually any busi... more
  • Introduction to Large Language Models for Business Leaders: Responsible AI Strategy Beyond Fear and Hype

    by I. Almeida
    Responsible AI Strategy Beyond Fear and Hype Shortlisted for the 2023 HARVEY CHUTE Book Awards recognizing emerging talent and outstanding works in the genre of Business and Enterprise Non-Fiction. Explore the transformative potential of technologies like GPT-4 and Claude 2. These large language models (LLMs) promise to reshape how businesses operate. Aimed at non-technical business leaders, this guide offers a pragmatic approach to leveraging LLMs for tangible benefits, while ensuring eth... more
  • Do Bigger Things: A Practical Guide to Powerful Innovation in a Changing World

    by Greenleaf Book Group
    Unleash your potential to do bigger things! In today’s changing world, where business leaders must navigate industry disruption, entrepreneurs struggle to push beyond initial success, and activists tackle hard challenges like climate change, there is a need for a more powerful way to do innovation. Too many innovators are trapped by the limits of common innovation practices. The way we’ve been taught to create and innovate for the past two decades is failing us. It’s time for a paradigm sh... more
  • Managed by Morons

    by James Lawther
    If you find yourself in the office wondering what on earth is driving the recurring corporate nonsense, this book will help you figure it out. Managed by Morons exposes the dysfunctional behaviour that is seen in large (and small) organisations and explains the reasons behind it with a mixture of humour, (head-in-hands) case studies and the occasional bit of academic theory. The book covers a host of topics, including: •\tWhy you shouldn’t let your Human Resources department manage people. •... more
  • Leader, Not a Boss: Start Leading Today: A No-Nonsense Guide for Beginners Ready to Make a Difference

    by Benjamin Babic

    "Leader, Not a Boss" serves as an essential guide for new managers, providing valuable insights throughout the comprehensive cycle of their interaction with employees, divided into four distinct parts: "Hire," "Develop," "Retain," and "Lay Off." The book not only highlights the distinctions between a leader and a boss but also elucidates the essential rules a leader should follow. It offers practical advice for new managers, addressing key pit... more

  • Highly Humorous Leadership: A Fun, Effective Approach to Management and Supervision

    by David Jacobson
    Humor has been related to a number of positive effects when used by leaders: * an increased ability to cope with work stressors * better work relationships * a happier, more connected, supportive, and productive workforce * an increased sense of belonging, which improves morale and enhances group cohesiveness, * and even a positive impact on larger organizational outcomes
  • Turning Daily Struggle Into Opportunities

    by Martin van Helden
    TURNING DAILY STRUGGLE INTO OPPORTUNITIES “Life can be a struggle at times” In the modern world we can find it hard to deal with all the good and bad things the world throws at us. You deal with different choices and unique situations on a daily basis, to keep going and at the same time manage your health/business/family life/parenting and more is not always easy, some proven methods can ease the pressure for you. Taking control of all these situations needs a certain kind of mindset and skills... more
  • The Shepherds of Inequality

    by Dawn Pretorius
    The Shepherds of Inequality and the Futility of Our Efforts to Stop Them provides the reader with well-researched information on money-laundering cases that made news in the years from 2017 to 2022. From trafficking people, donkeys, and sand, to ingenious bankers, people in power, and the very rich, a picture emerges of what must be the biggest industry in the world, because ongoing opportunities exist everywhere for anybody. The world response known as anti-money-laundering legislation is tra... more
  • Investing in U.S. Financial History: Understanding the Past to Forecast the Future

    by Mark J. Higgins
    Investors who neglect to study the past are forced to rely primarily on their life experience to make decisions. This often causes them to overlook powerful, cyclical forces that repeatedly reshape economies and markets. Investing in U.S. Financial History fills this void by recounting the full financial history of the United States. It begins with Alexander Hamilton’s brilliant financial programs in 1790 and ends with the Federal Reserve’s battle to contain inflation in 2023. Readers will disco... more
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