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Students today are flocking to leadership classes in big numbers. This trend, first reported in The Chronicle of Higher Education, highlights not only the “remarkable” rate at which leadership studies and programs have sprung up on college campuses across the country, it highlights the need for timely, relevant and respected educational resources to inspire, encourage, and develop the next generation of leaders.
If we really want to be great, we must first obsess about practice. Practice Perfect offers principles to make us better in virtually every performance of our lives. Filled with engaging anecdotes, research, strategic advice and tips, it also includes scrimmages, drills, and practices of all sorts.
Leaders Need to Recognize 'Green' and 'Sustainability' Are Not Interchangeable Terms
London Business School Announces Launch of New Book on Leadership by Organizational Behaviour Professor Nigel Nicholson
In his groundbreaking “strategy-meets-leadership" book author Chatham Sullivan reveals the unacknowledged struggle many leaders face when confronting the tough strategic decisions that answer the questions: Who are we and what business are we in?
The Work of Leaders: How Vision, Alignment, and Execution Will Change the Way You Lead
The first in-depth book on the personality assessment used by millions of people worldwide, revealing the underlying needs that drive and inspire you.
Written by internationally recognized and award-winning young leaders, this is a fresh, witty, and practical leadership guide for young people who want to discover the causes that ignite their passion and engage in concrete activities that can result in broad social innovation and lasting change.
Stop the School Bus shows how to put education reform back on track.
Traditional management practices aren’t working and employees are becoming more and more disengaged. Something has to change. It starts with leadership. In his new book Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization, Dan Pontefract shows leaders how to break out of traditional roles to truly drive engagement and results.
Wakeman delivers a tough reality-check: you are the source of your own misery, and only you have the power to end it. Grounded in the principles of psychology and her experiences as a mental health counselor, Wakeman argues that a person’s unhappiness at work has nothing to do with their circumstances. Rather, it’s a direct result of the drama they create in reaction to those circumstances.
A compelling profile of an emerging Chinese competitor
Parenting problems? Don’t turn to the latest (unreliable and unproven) trend. Michele Borba’s new resource book is filled with time-tested, research-backed solutions to the toughest dilemmas from all ages and stages…and is the foundation for what the author calls “Results-Driven Parenting.”
“The world would be a better place if men thought more like women.”
That’s how the majority responded when 64,000 people in 13 countries
were surveyed about how to fix today’s global problems.
How Leaders Leverage Inflection Points to Drive Success
An exploration of spirituality, values, and sustainability in business
Keith Sawyer reveals the surprising secrets of highly creative people and includes an eight-step method, 30 practices and more than 100 techniques that can be launched at any point in a creative journey.
From two go-to experts in the Special Education field, this is the most practical, comprehensive book available on the realities of working as a special education teacher.
Practical and winning strategies for supporting reading instruction based on exciting new findings from neuroscience.
Now students can measure their leadership behaviors on their own