Business & Economics, Human Resources & Personnel Management
Reclaiming the Time and Space to Slow Down, Talk to Each Other and Lead in an Over-Managed World by Robert H. Lengel
A piece of music is more than the sum and sequence of its notes. The spaces between the notes, the rests or silences, are just as essential. Without those spaces, the notes do not properly relate to each other and even the most profound composition ...
Build a Workplace Culture Where Employees Thrive by Corina Walsh
Engaging employees is an enormous challenge for companies and their leaders, costing employers hundreds of billions of dollars annually in lost productivity and crippling innovation. Often CEOs and business owners are aware of the problem yet can’t ...
The Critical Path of Leadership Development by Michael Timms
Many attempts to establish a succession plan fail. Why? They run up against insurmountable implementation challenges, or weak executive commitment and follow-through. Succession Planning That Works: The Critical Path of Leadership Development is a ...
The Unwritten Rule of Business from A to Z by Patricia Pitsel, Ph.D.
It’s as Easy as A–B–C… Common sense isn’t automatic—it has to be learned. You Never Know What You Don’t Know is a rare primer, designed to provide proven techniques that help young professionals discover and refine the art of getting along with ...
The rocket science (Not!) behind how great people, teams and organizations work by Mario G. Patenaude
The performance of an organization ultimately rests on the quality of its people. How well they work together to develop and implement business strategies determines the organization’s success in a global and competitive world. This absolute ...