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by James C. Hunter
Over a third of Fortune magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work for adhere to a principle called servant leadership.
by Stephen R. Covey
This commemorative collection captures the essence of Dr. Stephen R. Covey's most profound teachings on business, success, management, family, and love.
by David Kord Murray
In an audio book poised to become the bible of innovation, a renowned creativity expert reveals the key to the creative process. Murray explains the origins and evolution of a business idea by showing readers how new ideas are merely the combinations of existing ideas.
by Patrick Lencioni
In keeping with the parable style, Patrick Lencioni begins by telling the fable of a woman who...
by Peter B. Kyne
Originally published by William Randolph Hearst in 1921, Peter Kyne's The Go Getter has become a continual source of inspiration for salesman, entrepreneurs and employers.
by David Allen
In today's world of exponentially increased communication and responsibility, yesterday's methods for staying on top just don't work...
by John Selby
John Selby's "Take Charge Of Your Mind" delivers a powerful yet easy-to-master cognitive method for shifting away from worries and stress at work, and becoming more creative, empathic and charismatic.
by John C. Maxwell
Drawing from John Maxwell's best sellers Developing the Leader Within You, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, The 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader, and Becoming a Person of Influence, this audiobook explores the timeless principles that have become Dr. Maxwell's trademark.
by Sean Covey
This updated version of The Four Disciplines of Execution features insights from Stephen R. Covey and FranklinCovey thought leader Chris McChesney on four imperatives that must be followed for organizations to most effectively execute strategic goals.
by Jim Collins
Over five years, Jim Collins and his research team have analyzed the histories of 28 companies, discovering why some companies make the leap and others don't.