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Business and finance new titles

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Our business and finance books cover everything from buying and selling tips, real estate, corporate survival and more. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

Seeing the light  by Scott L. Montgomery

Seeing the light

Scott L. Montgomery

"Seeing the Light is the first book to clarify these realities and discuss their implications for coming decades. Readers will learn how, why, and where the new nuclear era is happening, what new technologies are involved, and what this means for pre...

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Hinterland  by Phil A. author. Neel


Phil A. author. Neel

"Over the last forty years, the landscape of the United States has been fundamentally transformed. It is partially visible in the ascendance of glittering, coastal hubs for finance, infotech and the so-called 'creative class'. But this is only the tip...

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The coach's casebook  by Geoff Watts

The coach's casebook

Geoff Watts

"Our strengths can become our weaknesses. Our traits and habitual behaviours can become traps. In each chapter of The Coach's Casebook the reader follows a skilled coach working with a client who is struggling with one of the twelve traits which every...

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AI superpowers  by Kai-Fu Lee

AI superpowers

Kai-Fu Lee

"The United States has long been the leader in Artificial Intelligence. But Dr. Kai-Fu Lee--one of the world's most respected experts on AI--reveals that China has caught up to the US at an astonishingly rapid pace. As Sino-American competition in AI...

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The bank that lived a little  by Philip Augar

The bank that lived a little

Philip Augar

"Barcalys is one of the biggest names on the British high street. Based on unparalleled access to those involved, and told with thrilling pace and drama, Barclays- The Bank that Lived a Little is the story of Barclays since Big Bang, Britain's financ...

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Everything for everyone  by Nathan Schneider

Everything for everyone

Nathan Schneider

"The origins of the next radical economy is rooted in a tradition that has empowered people for centuries and is now making a comeback. A new feudalism is on the rise. While monopolistic corporations feed their spoils to the rich, more and more of us...

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1897 Sears Roebuck & Co. catalogue  by Roebuck and Company. Sears

1897 Sears Roebuck & Co. catalogue

Roebuck and Company. Sears

Imagine it's the end of the nineteenth century, and, with one catalog, you can buy everything from beds and tools to clothing and opium. (Yes, opium.) Not to mention ear trumpets, horse buggies, and Bibles. For every recognizable item included in the...

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Women kind  by Kirstin Ferguson

Women kind

Kirstin Ferguson

"Women are rallying together in a massive and unstoppable force to make their voices heard around the world in ways we have never seen before. When Dr Kirstin Ferguson, an Australian company director, decided she was fed up with the vicious online abuse...

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12 small acts to save our world

12 small acts to save our world

Ever wanted to save the world? It's easy to feel like we can't make a difference. But small, easy actions, if taken by enough people, can move mountains - and save planets. Written in collaboration with leading environmental experts from WWF, this short...

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The PMP® exam  by Andy Crowe

The PMP® exam

Andy Crowe

"A study guide for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam, this book provides all the information project managers need to thoroughly prepare for the test. Review materials cover all the processes, inputs, tools, and outputs that...

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Kindness in leadership

Kindness in leadership

"Kindness in Leadership is one of the first books to explore both the concept and practice of kindness in leadership and consider them in different societal and organisational settings. Its uniqueness lies in combining an innovative mix of personal views...

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The barefoot investor for families  by Scott Pape

The barefoot investor for families

Scott Pape

"The Barefoot Investor: The Only Money Guide You'll Ever Need is a phenomenon, sprinting through one million copies to become one of the best selling Australian books ever. Why is it so successful? It's simple, funny and practical. And it has changed...

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PMP exam prep  by Rita Mulcahy

PMP exam prep

Rita Mulcahy

Offering hundreds of sample questions, thought-provoking exercise, and critical time-saving tips, this book will help you pass the PMP exam on your first try. Will teach you tricks of the trade for passing the exam and help you identify gaps in your ...

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Personal finance in your 50s all-in-one for dummies  by Ray (Raymond) Brown

Personal finance in your 50s all-in-one for dummies

Ray (Raymond) Brown

"As you approach your 50s, you're undoubtedly counting down the days to retirement--lounging on a sandy beach or even in a hammock in your own backyard. This all-in-one reference helps you make informed decisions about how best to spend, invest, and ...

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How to lead others  by John Eric Adair

How to lead others

John Eric Adair

"In any job, there will come a time when you are asked to lead other people. But while people are often well-trained in the skill set of their particular profession, few people are ever taught how to lead. As such, those first steps into leadership can...

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8 steps to high performance  by Marc Effron

8 steps to high performance

Marc Effron

"8 Steps to High Performance helps people focus their efforts where they can have the most impact on their own performance by separating the factors they can control (their behaviors, goals, networks, and more) from those that they can't. Revealing the...

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The sophisticated property investor  by Jeff Brill

The sophisticated property investor

Jeff Brill

"Those of you who want financial freedom and/or have a need to create a legacy to leave a secure money machine behind for your children, need to read this book. Herein you will learn the tools needed to invest in the commercial property sector, be it...

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250 insights to develop your professional and personal life.

250 insights to develop your professional and personal life.

"This book shares the wisdom and insights from 250 leading LID authors and contributors from around the world. They have been carefully selected to lead the reader on a journey to achieve professional and personal success. Read one insight a day as a...

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Values-based leadership  by Maria Gamb

Values-based leadership

Maria Gamb

"Values-driven organizations are considered by some to be the most successful on the planet. They have high levels of engagement, generate higher earnings, and are more profitable by having an inclusive, multi-tiered strategy. It’s a win-win! In Valu...

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Virtual teams  by Tara Powers

Virtual teams

Tara Powers

"Packed with solid advice, interviews and case studies from well-known companies who are already using virtual teams in their business model and their lessons learned, Virtual Teams For Dummies provides rock-solid guidance on the essentials for build...

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Every woman's guide to saving the planet  by Natalie Isaacs

Every woman's guide to saving the planet

Natalie Isaacs

Climate change is the biggest issue of our time. Natalie Isaacs used to think climate change was someone else's issue. After all, what can one person do to make a difference? Then she cut her electricity bill by 20 per cent and saw how much money and...

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Make time  by Jake Knapp

Make time

Jake Knapp

"Do you ever wonder where your day went? Or daydream about activities you'll get to "someday"? Knapp and Zeratsky share their tactics for a four-step daily framework that you can use to systematically re-design your days. Highlight, Laser, Energize, ...

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Starting an online business all-in-one for dummies  by Shannon Belew

Starting an online business all-in-one for dummies

Shannon Belew

"Become an online entrepreneur! Make your dream of owning your own online business a reality with the tips, tricks, and guidance in this comprehensive guide. Start with the basics and set up your website and storefront, then determine what you need to...

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Food politics  by Robert L. Paarlberg

Food politics

Robert L. Paarlberg

This book reflects the latest developments and research on today's global food landscape, including biofuels, the international food market, food aid, obesity, food retailing, urban agriculture, and food safety. The second edition also features an ex...

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Scrum  by Mark (Mark C.) Layton


Mark (Mark C.) Layton

"Scrum is an agile project management framework that allows for flexibility and collaboration to be a part of your workflow. Primarily used by software developers, Scrum can be used across many job functions and industries. Scrum can also be used in ...

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From here to financial happiness  by Jonathan Clements

From here to financial happiness

Jonathan Clements

"From Here to Financial Happiness is the day-by-day guide for anyone dreaming of a better life. Whether you’re dealing with debt, uncertain about retirement or simply want to get a grip on your finances, this book can put you on the road to happiness...

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Seeds of resistance  by Mark Schapiro

Seeds of resistance

Mark Schapiro

"Ten thousand years after humans figured out how to stop wandering and plant crops, veteran investigative journalist Mark Schapiro plunges into the struggle already underway for control of seeds, the ground-zero ingredient for our food. Three quarters...

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Entrepreneur voices on the science of success

Entrepreneur voices on the science of success

"Entrepreneur Voices on the Science of Success offers data and research-backed tools and tactics for both business and personal achievement from entrepreneurs and small business owners including Tim Ferris, Brian Tracy, and Reid Hoffman."--Provided b...

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Business skills  by John A. Tracy

Business skills

John A. Tracy

"There are some things that will never go out of style, and good business skills are one of them. With the help of this informative book, you'll learn how to wear multiple hats in the workplace no matter what comes your way without ever breaking a sw...

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Small business  by Eric (Eric Kevin) Tyson

Small business

Eric (Eric Kevin) Tyson

"Small Business For Dummies has been a leading resource for starting and running a small business. Calling upon their six decades-plus of combined experience running small businesses, Eric Tyson and Jim Schell once again provide readers with their ti...

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Imagine it forward  by Beth Comstock

Imagine it forward

Beth Comstock

"Change is the only constant. Learn to be a change-maker. In Imagine It Forward, Beth Comstock, the former vice chair of GE, describes her twenty-five year efforts to be an instigator of change at every level of business. When she first moved from NBC...

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Born to build  by Jim Clifton

Born to build

Jim Clifton

"Born to Build seeks to inspire entrepreneurs and ambitious, self-motivated people to build something that will change the world. A builder's venture could be a small business that grows into a mammoth enterprise, a thriving new division in an existi...

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Jeopardy  by Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones


Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones

You have a dream, but are you bold enough to pursue it? In Jeopardy, The Black Farmer founder, Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones shows how to escape the fears that stop us from achieving our ambitions. Drawing on a life that has taken him from an inner-city allotment...

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Fly!  by Richard De Crespigny


Richard De Crespigny

"In Fly!, Richard de Crespigny shares the insights and techniques he built up over decades in the high-pressure world of military and civilian aviation. Covering leadership, teamwork, risk-assessment, decision-making, crisis management, lifelong resilience...

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What anyone can do  by Leo Bottary

What anyone can do

Leo Bottary

"In What Anyone Can Do, with the help of Leo Bottary's Year of the Peer podcasts guests (and playful illustrations by Ryan Foland), you'll discover that if you surround yourself with the right people, you'll do the things anyone can do far more often....

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Bring your human to work  by Erica Keswin

Bring your human to work

Erica Keswin

"As a workplace strategist and business coach, Erica Keswin has spent over 20 years working with top business leaders and executives to build successful organizations that honor relationships. Featuring case studies from top brands such as, Lyft, Sta...

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The inversion factor  by Linda Bernardi

The inversion factor

Linda Bernardi

"The authors explain how the introduction of 'smart' objects connected by the Internet of Things signals fundamental changes for business. The IoT, where real and digital coexist, is powering new ways to meet human needs. Companies that know this inc...

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Better  by John Grant


John Grant

"We are in the midst of a wellbeing revolution- natural foods, alternative therapies, meditation and more. Some enlightened businesses - stretched to the limit with stress and competing for the best talent - have taken wellbeing on board. What started...

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Company culture  by Mike Ganino

Company culture

Mike Ganino

"Inside, expert author on corporate culture Mike Ganino distills company culture down to the four core elements that you need to consider when making any business decision. Packed with real-world examples and practical approaches to help you build a ...

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Breakthrough  by Scott (Business consultant) Duffy


Scott (Business consultant) Duffy

"Examines the continual innovation strategies that help companies maintain their competitive edge in an ever-changing market, with case studies, teaching tools and easy-to-implement growth strategies for businesses of any size“--Provided by publisher...

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University of Berkshire Hathaway  by Daniel (CEO Pecaut & Company) Pecaut

University of Berkshire Hathaway

Daniel (CEO Pecaut & Company) Pecau...

"Each year, for thirty years, two veteran investment advisors attended Berkshire Hathaway's Annual Shareholders Meeting. After each meeting, they chronicled Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger's best lessons from that year. This book compiles those thirty...

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The national debt  by Martin Slater

The national debt

Martin Slater

"Slater vividly recounts the story of the UK national debt and how attempts to manage it explain many key turning-points in British history.In today's ""austerity era,"" the national debt is newsworthy once again. But this phenomenon, while central to...

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The ascent of money  by Niall Ferguson

The ascent of money

Niall Ferguson

Bread, cash, dosh, dough, loot. Call if what you like, it matters now more than ever. In The Ascent of Money, Niall Ferguson shows that financial history is the back-story to all history. From the banking dynasty who funded the Italian Renaissance to...

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Forever protected  by Shona McCahon

Forever protected

Shona McCahon

"Forever Protected is about private nature conservation in New Zealand. It is the collective story of thousands of private landowners who, assisted by the Queen of Elizabeth the Second National Trust, have protected natural, historic and cultural her...

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The 4 disciplines of execution  by Chris McChesney

The 4 disciplines of execution

Chris McChesney

"Do you remember the last major initiative you watched die in your organization? Did it go down with a loud crash? Or was it slowly and quietly suffocated by other competing priorities? By the time it finally disappeared, it's likely no one even noticed....

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Cocoa  by Kristy Leissle


Kristy Leissle

In this incisive book, Kristy Leissle reveals how cocoa, which brings pleasure and wealth to relatively few, depends upon an extensive global trade system that exploits the labor of five million growers, as well as countless other workers and vulnera...

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An audience of one  by Srinivas (Host of The Unmistakable Creative Podcast) Rao

An audience of one

Srinivas (Host of The Unmistakable Creative...

"If you're focused on fame or exposure- any external outcome- it's easy to forget exactly why you started a creative endeavor. You feel pulled in every direction by your audience's expectations, you make compromises, and you end up with work that isn...

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Growth IQ  by Tiffani Bova

Growth IQ

Tiffani Bova

"Why do so many of the most promising businesses fail to achieve consistent, sustainable growth? Tiffani Bova, the Growth and Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce, draws on her expertise as a consultant and practitioner to devise a new framework for b...

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Dear founder  by Maynard Webb

Dear founder

Maynard Webb

"Maynard Webb - Silicon Valley angel investor, board member at Sales force and Visa, former chairman of the board at Yahoo!, and former CEO of LiveOps and COO of eBay - has long been considered one of Silicon Valley's most trusted sources of advice f...

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Start now  by Rob Moore

Start now

Rob Moore

"What are you waiting for? If you have a burning ambition, brilliant business idea or creative passion, now is the time to get going. Don't wait around for everything to fall magically into place - get started, get going and get perfect later. It's the...

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The ordinary leader  by Randy Grieser

The ordinary leader

Randy Grieser

"Ordinary leaders manage the majority of the world's workforce, but they don't lead large corporations or big government agencies. They are rarely written about in books or quoted in magazines. They are, however, important. Maybe not globally, but in...

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Leadership  by Andrew Cope


Andrew Cope

"Leadership: The Multiplier Effect is crammed with the latest thinking on leadership, strengths, positive psychology, purpose, employee engagement, coaching, emotional intelligence and 'life', supplemented with anecdotes, pithy quotes and asides that...

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How to be an overnight success  by Maria Hatzistefanis

How to be an overnight success

Maria Hatzistefanis

"When the skincare company Rodial launched its cult 'snake' serum, the press were quick to call the business an 'overnight success.' In fact, Rodial's founder, Maria Hatzistefanis, had been toiling for 18 years building the company from scratch. She...

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Clockwork  by Mike Michalowicz


Mike Michalowicz

"Mike Michalowicz is back with another game changing book. Chances are you started a business so you could be your own boss, set your own hours, and bring your unique style to leading a team to solve business problems. In reality, you probably find y...

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The creative curve  by Allen Gannett

The creative curve

Allen Gannett

"In this book, successful young entrepreneur Allen Gannett aims to prove that popular ideas are not born of mysterious origins; we can cultivate the sudden flashes of genius that hand us successful new ideas. There is a science and method for mainstr...

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Radical markets  by Eric A. Posner

Radical markets

Eric A. Posner

"Many blame today's economic inequality, stagnation, and political instability on the free market. The solution is to rein in the market, right? This book turns this thinking--and pretty much all conventional thinking about markets, both for and agai...

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The power of a positive team  by Jon Gordon

The power of a positive team

Jon Gordon

"Jon Gordon doesn't just research the keys to great teams, he has personally worked with some of the most successful teams on the planet and has a keen understanding of how and why they became great. In The Power of a Positive Team, Jon draws upon his...

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Executive toughness  by Jason Selk

Executive toughness

Jason Selk

"People with inborn talent may be good at what they do―but only the mentally tough reach the highest plateaus in their field. Fortunately, mental toughness is something anyone from any walk of life can learn. Director of mental training for the St. ...

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The hungry empire  by E. M. (Elizabeth M.) author. Collingham

The hungry empire

E. M. (Elizabeth M.) author. Collin...

"The glamorous daughter of an African chief shares a pineapple with a slave trader... Surveyors in British Columbia eat tinned Australian rabbit... Diamond prospectors in Guyana prepare an iguana curry... In twenty meals The Hungry Empire tells the story...

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The leading brain  by Friederike Fabritius

The leading brain

Friederike Fabritius

"Combining their expertise in both neuropsychology and management consulting, neuropsychologist Friederike Fabritius and leadership expert Dr. Hans W. Hagemann present simple yet powerful strategies for sharpening focus, achieving the highest perform...

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How to manage  by Jo Owen

How to manage

Jo Owen

"This book is the ultimate ‘how to’ of management. It distils the theory of management to give you both the practical techniques and soft skills you need to be a successful manager. Managing well is about getting things done. This book will show you how....

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Ultimate presentations  by Jay Surti

Ultimate presentations

Jay Surti

"Does the thought of delivering a presentation fill you with dread? Do you want to learn how to give a fantastic presentation and impress an audience? Ultimate Presentations covers every aspect of this essential business skill: how to prepare, how to...

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The definitive guide to strategic content marketing  by Lazar Džamić

The definitive guide to strategic content marketing

Lazar Džamić

"Marketers everywhere are talking about content, but not everyone is saying the same thing. Some professionals love content and believe it has revolutionized the practice of marketing. To others, it's mere hype: a new name for what marketers have always...

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Increasing your influence at work  by Shamash Alidina

Increasing your influence at work

Shamash Alidina

"Get ahead in the workplace by influencing others. Influence is a timeless topic for business leaders and others in positions of power, but the world has evolved to the point where everyone needs these skills. No matter your job, role, rank, or function,...

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Mediation in New Zealand  by Grant Morris

Mediation in New Zealand

Grant Morris

Mediation in New Zealand is a significant new text which is designed to be specifically relevant to New Zealand’s mediation professionals, academics, and students. In achieving this objective, authors Grant Morris and Annabel Shaw explore New....

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Training reinforcement  by Anthonie Wurth

Training reinforcement

Anthonie Wurth

"A proven framework to fill the gap between "knowing" and "doing" Training Reinforcement offers expert guidance for more effective training outcomes. Last year, US companies spent over $165 billon on training; while many training programs themselves ...

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Leadership hacks  by Scott Stein

Leadership hacks

Scott Stein

"Getting more time and finding ways to make things easier is now a new imperative for many people. In a fast-paced world filled with unlimited choices and limited time, business leaders are overwhelmed and looking for solutions to allow them to find short...

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The inspired workplace  by Matthew Henricks

The inspired workplace

Matthew Henricks

"The most inspiring stories have always involved fundamental struggles that we can all relate to. Struggles against genuine adversity such as injustice, hunger, thirst and poverty. The Inspired Workplace is a leadership and cultural development book unlike...

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Facebook marketing for dummies  by Stephanie Diamond

Facebook marketing for dummies

Stephanie Diamond

"This book helps you create a Facebook marketing plan designed to attract your desired audience. Inside, you'll discover the psychology of the Facebook user, establish a social media presence, increase your brand awareness, integrate Facebook marketing...

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Leader iD  by David Pilbeam

Leader iD

David Pilbeam

"With a diagnostic test to discover your strengths and areas to improve, you'll become a more effective, authentic and confident leader. What's your Leader ID? To be a confident, effective and authentic leader you need to play to your strengths. Leader...

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Beta  by Rebecca Holman


Rebecca Holman

Embrace your inner Beta and get ahead on your own terms.What does success look like? 5AM conference calls and late nights in the office? Winning every argument in the office and always getting your own way? What does a successful woman look like? The...

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Like she owns the place  by Cara Alwill Leyba

Like she owns the place

Cara Alwill Leyba

"The long-awaited sequel to Girl Code, from one of the rock stars of the female empowerment movement. Cara Alwill Leyba's riveting voice and kinship with her audience drove the self-published success of Girl Code, a book that encouraged women to support...

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Customer success  by Nick Mehta

Customer success

Nick Mehta

"Your business success is now forever linked to the success of your customers Customer Success is the groundbreaking guide to the exciting new model of customer management. Business relationships are fundamentally changing. In the world B.C. (Before ...

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Ultimate cover letters  by Martin John Yate

Ultimate cover letters

Martin John Yate

"Does your cover letter have the X factor? How can you make sure that it communicates what employers really want? Ultimate Cover Letters, from best-selling author and careers expert Martin John Yate, describes how to write the very best cover letters,...

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Fund your dreams like a creative genius  by Brainard Carey

Fund your dreams like a creative genius

Brainard Carey

"If you have a dream that needs backing, be it an art project, an invention, or even a business, this is the book for you. Brainard Carey offers advice with solid examples of how building relationships with sponsors, investors, grant-makers, and patrons...

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Reinvent your business model  by Mark W. Johnson

Reinvent your business model

Mark W. Johnson

Business model innovation is the key to unlocking transformational growth--but few executives know how to apply it to their businesses. In Reinvent Your Business Model, Mark Johnson reveals the playbook. Johnson lays out an eminently practical framework...

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The future of tech is female  by Douglas M. Branson

The future of tech is female

Douglas M. Branson

"An accessible guide for increasing female presence and leadership in tech companies. Tech giants like Apple and Google are among the fastest growing companies in the world, leading innovations in design and development. Owning most of the world's co...

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Sale talk  by Lloyd Hill

Sale talk

Lloyd Hill

"Sales Talk is a straightforward, concise, easy-to-read, handbook which provides and insight into the secrets, behaviours, techniques and processes practised by true sales professionals. Author Lloyd Hill blends the benefit of first-rate sales training...

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The third door  by Alex Banayan

The third door

Alex Banayan

"The larger-than-life journey of an 18-year-old college freshman who set out from his dorm room to track down Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, and dozens more of the world's most successful people to uncover how they broke through and launched their careers. The...

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Crashed  by J. Adam Tooze


J. Adam Tooze

"For a decade much of the world has been haunted by the spectre of the Great Financial Crisis that became public in September 2008 with the collapse of Lehman brothers. As its appalling scope and scale was revealed, the financial institutions that had...

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The 7 principles of conflict resolution  by Louisa Weinstein

The 7 principles of conflict resolution

Louisa Weinstein

"7 Principles of Conflict Resolution is the go-to resource for conflict and dispute resolution, whether you’re new to the subject or an experienced practitioner. The book sets out the 7 principles to create and maintain successful, workable relations...

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Adam Smith  by Jesse Norman

Adam Smith

Jesse Norman

Adam Smith is now widely regarded as 'the father of modern economics' and the most influential economist who ever lived. But what he really thought, and what the implications of his ideas are, remain fiercely contested. Was he an eloquent advocate of...

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Ultimate CV  by Martin John Yate

Ultimate CV

Martin John Yate

"Does your CV have the X factor? Do you want your CV to impress potential employers and show them exactly what they want? Ultimate CV, now in its 5th edition and part of the successful Ultimate series, provides you with the key guidance you need to create...

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Wake up and smell the coffee  by Simon Mac Rory

Wake up and smell the coffee

Simon Mac Rory

"The deconstruction of the traditional workplace hierarchy, the abandonment of performance appraisal, the impact of Millenials/generations Y and Z, all point to a substantial revival of teams and teamwork for the first time in more than 20 years. Lea...

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Off the clock  by Laura Vanderkam

Off the clock

Laura Vanderkam

"With the right habits, you can live efficiently and effectively, and yet still see time as abundant. For instance, Vanderkam teaches: how to clear your calendar of activities that are boring, stressful or simply not the best use of your time; why ta...

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Humble leadership  by Edgar H. Schein

Humble leadership

Edgar H. Schein

"The more traditional forms of leadership that are based on static hierarchies and professional distance between leaders and followers are growing increasingly outdated and ineffective. As organizations face more complex interdependent tasks, leadership...

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The beermat entrepreneur  by Mike Southon

The beermat entrepreneur

Mike Southon

"The Beermat Entrepreneur helps you convert your jotted notes about your business idea into a big and successful business. With wit and humour, this quick-to-read and simple-to-use book could turn your beermat inspiration into reality. You’ve got a b...

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