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High Success

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Michael Cohen

In Michael Beer's book High Commitment, High Performance (HCHP), the Harvard Business School professor addresses how companies can create sustained levels of exemplary performance by adhering to the HCHP principles. Beer defines HCHP as "a business philosophy that embra... More »

Motivation Is an Inside Job

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Mike Hawkins

Sifting through the mass of literature on the subject, it is a rare occurrence when a self-development book infiltrates your consciousness and subtly goads you into action. It's a challenge to set aside time in this economy to focus on anything other than an increased w... More »

Preparation: The Key to T3 Success

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Paul Flynn

There are some books that are good to have on the shelf simply for their utility and the time they might save you. Elaine Biech's ASTD's Ultimate Train the Trainer may well be one of those books. But that's only if you think you're going to have to, you know, train a tr... More »

Inspiration Information

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Michael Cohen

This book put a smile on my face in a way that so many other leadership books just don't. John Zenger and Joseph Folkman, along with Scott Edinger, have managed to write a book that contributes valuable insights to the ever-expanding literature on leadership analysis an... More »

Innovation Drives Managing the Misunderstood Generation

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Jane Loda

Generation Y, some 70 million strong, have already begun to assert their influence on America's workforce, yet they remain the least understood by their managers. Bruce Tulgan's Not Everyone Gets a Trophy offers valuable insights for understanding what motivates and def... More »