Books in category Business & Economics – Leadership | Page 4

  • Advice from the Presidents The Student s Guide to Reaching the Top in Business and Politics

    Advice from the Presidents: The Student’s Guide to Reaching the Top in Business and Politics
    G. Scott Thomas

    Organize a network of mentors and helpers. Control your inner demons and your opponents. Maneuver to improve your position. Succeed with grace and serenity. In this book, readers will follow the career paths of famous American politicians.

  • Doing What Matters

    Doing What Matters
    Jerry Porras, Stewart Emery, Mark Thompson

    This Element is an excerpt from Success Built to Last: Creating a Life that Matters (ISBN: 9780132287517) by Jerry Porras, Stewart Emery, and Mark Thompson.

  • Selling Continuously

    Selling Continuously
    David Goldsmith

    You sell all day every day … to your board members, front-line staff, vendors, lenders, public, customers, colleagues, significant others, and more in order to realize the types of successes your organization depends on you to achieve.

  • Innovating Everywhere

    Innovating Everywhere
    David Goldsmith

    Although it’s become a popular buzz word, “innovation” isn’t something the majority of leaders understand well enough to utilize to the advantage of their organizations.

  • Winning Customers with Commitment

    Winning Customers with Commitment
    Gary Hirshberg

    Gary Hirshberg learned about running a business as the C-E-Yo of Stonyfield, now the world’s largest organic yogurt producer.

  • How JetBlue Got Its Wings Back

    How JetBlue Got Its Wings Back
    New Word City

    Its founding CEO, David Neeleman, flagellated himself on a media tour of mea culpas. New Word City, publishers of digital originals, contributes 10 percent of its profits to literacy causes.

  • Ronald Reagan s Leadership Lessons

    Ronald Reagan’s Leadership Lessons
    New Word City

    He brought something intangible to the national stage, an innate optimism that simply made Americans feel better. New Word City, publishers of digital originals, contributes 10 percent of its profits to literacy causes.

  • Ignited

    Ignited
    Vince Thompson

    This is not another diatribe on leadership or grand strategic vision written by those already at the top: the Jack Welches or Rudy Giulianis who can simply dictate their visions to the organization.

  • Sam Walton s Way

    Sam Walton’s Way
    New Word City

    New Word City, publishers of digital originals, contributes 10 percent of its profits to literacy causes.

  • Reborn in the USA

    Reborn in the USA
    Michael F. Golden

    Here are the seven proven principles that guided Golden and his team and how you can put them to work in your business. It was an historic job. And it was a job of historic proportions.

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