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We discuss leadership, employee engagement and employee recognition, my book on employee recognition, strategy, execution, innovation, word-of-mouth, leadership, generating positive cash-flows, topgrading ... It's personal, passionate, opinionated. And helpful.

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From the site The Coming Jobs War: What everyone in the world wants is a good job. Today, this statement makes vivid sense. In a provocative book for business and government leaders, Gallup Chairman Jim Clifton describes how this... more

Julie is the author of The Effortless Yes! Demystify the selling process and discover: Your selling archetype Your natural asking style Your bankability Julie Steelman's credits read like a Who's Who of big-name corporate giants with... more

Dr. Seidman is a recognized expert on how to develop and sustain high performing organizations. In particular, Dr. Seidman is renowned for understanding the processes required to discover and use expert wisdom to... more

Fear. Our own worst enemy may not be the economy or the federal deficit. Our own worst enemy may be fear. That's the fear that lives in our hearts and stalks our lives. A company's worst enemy is not always the competition, even today... more

Jeffrey Phillips is one of the 34 expert contributors who created the excellent book: A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowd-Sourcing: Advice from Leading Experts. Jeffrey is VP - Marketing and a lead consultant for OVO Innovation.... more

The Innovator's DNA emerged from an eight-year collaborative study. Its 3 co- authors sought to uncover the origins of innovative—and often disruptive— business ideas. They interviewed nearly a hundred inventors... more

Oren Klaff is a true believer in some forms of heresy. One heresy he believes: The customer is not King. He writes, I have begun to look at many social norms with skepticism, and so if certain practices in my book and methods seem... more

In his new book, Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders (Free Press), Rajeev Peshawaria shares his more than 20 years of discoveries for what an exceptional leader must discover, acquire and master. An exceptional leader is, he... more

Chuck Martin is the CEO of The Mobile Future Institute and Director of the Center of Media Research at MediaPost Communications Inc. Through his research and public speaking, Martin has been a digital pioneer in the... more

In Making the World Work Better: The Ideas That Shaped a Century and a Company, journalists Kevin Maney, Steve Hamm and Jeffrey M. O'Brien examine how IBM has contributed to the evolution of technology and the modern... more

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