Whether you are a baseball fan or not, listening to Championing the Cause of Leadership will deepen your skillset as a leader and could dramatically improve the future of your team.
This audiobook is a must-listen to for STEM graduates who aspire to be the technical leaders and executives of our next generation. This audiobook is also for mid-level technical managers who seek to move up the corporate ladder but are not sure how to differentiate themselves from their peers.
Career development is more important than ever! Many experts believe COVID-19 will have a disproportionate impact on women in the workplace. Give yourself, other women, or men in your life the gift of honest dialogue about overcoming some of the unique barriers women can face.
How do executives make decisions? Are their decisions conscious or unconscious? Can they explain each decision they make? What tools can they use to improve their decision-making process? These are some of the questions this book addresses.
High performance expert Paul Rulkens provides the inside advice you need to accelerate your career as a business leader with an engineering background – from building on your unique strengths to achieving big business goals.
Emotions can organize cognitive processes or disorganize them, be active or passive, lead to adaptation or maladaptation. Consumers may be conscious of their emotions or may be motivated by unconscious emotions. The emotions in combined form with different intensities have an adaptive significance in consumers’ life. Further, the challenges that marketers and researchers face in today’s global markets are to understand the expression of the emotions or consumer emotional experience.
You can’t understand humanistic business management unless you understand what humanism is. This book provides a short introduction to the philosophy of humanism and discusses how and why it is being applied to business and why it is so effective when you do so. Humanism helps us prioritize human value as important. It supports positive interpersonal relationships and collaborative and respectful decision-making. Since all businesses are in the business of solving problems, good problem-solving is essential to good business.
Most individuals who move into leadership positions experience the modern-day version of trial by ordeal. It’s sink or swim. To reduce the learning curve and create a more effective process, this book describes a road map for leadership development, a series of four stages that expand personal competence as well as create a broader impact on the organization or business. Each stage requires unique changes in thinking, perspective taking, and behavior, both those needed to acquire as well as those needed to jettison. The book is a pragmatic approach for self-motivated individuals to take control of their professional development by giving them the concepts, tools, techniques, and assignments to develop their leadership effectiveness where it counts the most – on the job.
Employers consider communication one of the most critical skills for workers today. Written to address the needs of both students entering the workforce and business professionals looking to improve their written communication, Writing for the Workplace is a matter-of-fact how-to guide that provides strategies for effective professional communication. From targeted emails and convincing long reports to winning presentations and engaging resumes, this concise audiobook offers busy listeners easy-to-follow strategies that will improve their workplace writing.