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There are thousands of business books on the market. The key is knowing which books have the highest impact—the ones that will change your life and advance your career.

  • Stephen Covey, an internationally respected leadership authority, realizes that true success encompasses a balance of personal and professional effectiveness, so this book is a manual for performing better in both arenas.
  • Learn how to work on things that are important, while ignoring things that are urgent (and how to know the difference!)
Product The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

  • This book is wonderful. Some people may consider it too simple and common sense…unfortunately common sense isn’t always common practice!
  • Three precepts from this book: 1) Efficient Goal Setting with employees, 2) Praise, and Reprimands, 3) Make sure your people know precisely what they are to do, and then give them feedback whether they meet those expectations or not. That’s it. Simple and effective.
  • It takes an hour to read “The One Minute Manager”, a well-spent investment in your career!
Product One Minute Manager

  • Every manager needs to read this book. It not only has practical advice and suggestions on how to be an effective manager, it is also backed by the law. Know and understand the legal ramifications of your actions!
  • It’s concise, fun to read and gives specific action steps to take, designed so that a boss can quickly choose the issue of concern (e.g., performance feedback, motivating people, required behavior changes, etc.).
  • Leaders and Human Resource executives should buy this book in bulk to give to their team leaders!
Product Bosses Survival Guide

  • A book for everyone who deals with customers or other people with expectations.
  • Describes the ways in which people successfully and unsuccessfully manage what people expect.
  • Failure to manage expectations often has catestrophic consequences to projects and relationships. Those who want to build long-term relationships and successful projects will consider the cautions and advice presented here.
Product Managing Expectations

  • Ignore the “How to Become CEO” portion of the title. Focus just on the byline: “The Rules for Rising to the Top of Any Organization”; this is truly what this book is about, and is well applicable to anyone who wants to succeed in the workplace!
  • 75 nuggets of no-nonsense advice for living your corporate life.
  • Whether you want to be CEO or just to be a valued employee with a winning career track, this book is for you!
Product How to Become CEO: The Rules for Rising to the Top of Any Organization