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Harvard Business Review

Leadership is a balancing act. It requires communicating a compelling vision, convincing others to buy into that vision, and marshaling resources and talent to ...

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Harvard Business School Press

This guide will help managers develop the skills to deal with difficult people and personalities and learn to work productively with them. Readers will learn to...

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These are timesaving guides to sharpen your skills, improve on the job and gain a competitive advantage. "The Results-Driven Manager" series are conci...

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Including helpful strategies for finding mentors and networking, boosting personal emotional intelligence, and evaluating future job prospects, managers will fi...

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Anonymous

The Results-Driven Manager Series Managers are under increasing pressure to deliver better results faster than the competition. But meeting today's tough ch...

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Anonymous

From how to build and lead an argument to how to deal with difficult adversaries to preserving future relationships, this book will give managers the confidence...

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Eric Abrahamson

The author provides a refreshingly non-revolutionary approach to change based on ten years of research that shows how transitions can be effective, cost-efficie...

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Linda Cohen & Allie Young

Over the last decade, the number of services that can be outsourced has grown exponentially. Yet research suggests that 50 percent of outsourcing contracts sign...

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Richard Boyatzis & Annie Mckee

The blockbuster best seller Primal Leadership introduced us to "resonant" leaders--individuals who manage their own and others' emotions in ways t...

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David Apgar

Too many executives think risk management is strictly for technical specialists. In Risk Intelligence: Learning to Manage What We Don’t Know, David Apgar ...

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Jeremy Hope & Robin Fraser

The annual budgeting process is a trap. Pressured by fixed targets and performance incentives, managers focus on making the numbers instead of making a differen...

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Peter H Daly & Michale Watkins

More than 250,000 public sector managers in the United States take on new positions each year and many more aspire to leadership. Each will confront special cha...

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