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Not Everyone Gets A Trophy: How to Manage Generation Y
Honesty and a unique point of view
This is one of the best books on the topic of Gen Y that I have read. Bruce Tulgan steps away from the usual assumptions about this young generation, preferring instead to address unique aspects as possible strengths. He does not recommend that established notion of "praise them" but argues that respectfully teaching them about the real world is much more effective. Tulgan also covers, in great ...
Sensible Stock Investing: How to Pick, Value, and Manage Stocks
David P. Van Knapp
Best book on stock investing I have read
(aka Dave Murray) This is the best book on stock investing I have read yet and I've been reading them for about 15 years. The author goes through a systematic process that takes you through picking the stock to managing the portfolio. I really go out of my way now to watch CNBC, Fox Business News, etc to see what stocks the pundits are recommending and so far the author's system is great for ...
How to Manage Your Child's Life-Threatening Food Allergies: Practical Tips for Everyday Life
Linda Marienhoff Coss
A Must Have For All Food Allergic Families
This book has such valuable life-saving information. It is a must have even if your child has mild food allergies. There are so many helpful tips regarding traveling, holiday get togethers, and so much more. I can only agree with the other positive reviews!!
Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder: A 4-Step Plan for You and Your Loved Ones to Manage the Illness and Create ...
Julie A Fast
A great book for Bipolar Disorder
I have read this book. It is an excellent tool for someone or someone you love that has bipolar disorder. I have read many books on this topic. This book is excellent. It gives you information on the disorder and ways to manage it. I would highly recommend this book.
Motivate Like a CEO: Communicate Your Strategic Vision and Inspire People to Act!
This book is great. It gives wonderful tips with great definitions of why these tips work. It really is one of those books you just can't put down.
Leadership Lessons of the White House Fellows : Learn How To Inspire Others, Achieve Greatness and Find ...
True Leaders are Extraordinary
In some movies, the hero has a special book. One that from having been read and re-read over the years is dog-eared, coffee stained and written in. Sometimes it also serves as a holder for special tickets, notes, and mementos. For me, this is such a book. I found Leadership Lessons to be a truly inspirational book, every chapter brings to light a particular mandate for a leader, it recounts ...
The Restaurant Manager's Handbook: How to Set Up Operate and Manage a Financially Successful Food Service ...
Douglas Robert Brown
Atlantic Pub Co
Great Book for Restaurant Mangement
Great information on owning a restaurant, there are so many things to running a successfull restaurant and this book is full of great information.
Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job
Ms. Taylor's book is a quick and fantastic read, as she understands the workplace from the employee's perspective, but also from a balanced office view. There is some humor, but mostly it's extremely insightful. EVERYONE should have Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant -- TOT on their bookshelves at work and keep it very handy. It has given me a new perspective on how I view my staff, and even ...
Moving From Vision to Reality: Happy About Fulfilling Your True Purpose
Happy About, 2007
Find out how to make your dreams come true!
This was one of the greatest little books I have read in leadership. Thanks Mr. Ryan!
Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space in the Organization Chart
This book will survive the trends, since most of the trends are based on the principles in this book. The names will change (Quality Circles, Just In Time, TQM, Re-engineering, Six Sigma, ...), but these principles and how well they are implemented will determine a companies' efficiency and quality.
E-Mail: A Write It Well Guide--How to Write and Manage E-Mail in the Workplace
Janis Fisher Chan
Write It Well
A Practical, Clear, and Insightful Book
And after you read this book, your business e-mail will be practical, clear, and insightful, too. It covers e-mail issues from organization and time-management to composition and security, offering useful tips all the way. Following Write It Well's advice, I write subject lines that get people to open my e-mail. I check my e-mail before lunch, so I plow through it with hungry determination. I ...
Surviving Your Adolescents: How to Manage-and Let Go of-Your 13-18 Year Olds
Thomas W. Phelan PhD
Great book on parenting adolescents!
"Surviving Your Adolescents--How to Manage and Let Go Of Your 13-18 Year Olds" is brilliant and simple. I whole-heartedly recommend it for any and every parent of teens. Dr. Phelan's advice is perfectly reasonable. There is a section called "Managing Testing and Manipulation" and great coaching on both understanding different perspectives and choosing what kind of role to take in various ...
Manage for Profit, Not for Market Share: A Guide to Greater Profits in Highly Co
Harvard Business School Press
An important and timely study of the issues concerning adoptive profit versus market share in today's volatile stock market
Expertly co-authored by Hermann Simon (Founder and Chariman of Simon-Kucher and Partners Strategy and Marketing Consultants, Germany), and SKP partners of Boston's division, Frank F. Bilstein and Frank Luby, Manage For Profit Not For Market Share: A Guide To Greater Profits In Highly Contested Markets is an important and timely study of the issues concerning adoptive profit versus market share in ...
Caregivers and Personal Assistants: How to Find, Hire and Manage the People Who Help You (Or Your Loved One!)
Alfred H. DeGraff
Saratoga Access Publications
Caregivers and Personal Assistants
Finally, DeGraff has a new book! He is THE authority on personal care assistance, and I trust his experience, wisdom and advice. We have waited for this new edition for several years, and we find it chocked full of practical how-to's. This is a must for families seeking advice on managing care at home, for students and for health care workers. This book should be required reading for legislators ...
The Little Book on Big Ego: A Guide to Manage and Control the Egomaniacs in Your Life
But, but...Man this is a good book!
As is so often the case, I wish I had found and read "The Little Book on BIG EGO" years ago. It would have saved me a lot of heartache! I'm focusing on my positive friction - and it makes a huge difference! C. Buhman Partner - Murphy, Buhman & Associates
How To Manage Your Board While Your Board Manages You: A Practical Guide To Working Effectively With a Board ...
Martin M. Coyne II
A must read for CEOs at companies of all sizes!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! The message is concise and Marty's insights priceless. Corporate governance is a hot topic driven by the irresponsible behavior mostly by directors at global financial institutions. A company's directors play a critical role in the success of the enterprise. Marty provides an insightful and methodical process relevant to CEO of companies of all sizes across all ...
How to manage your parents (without manipulation)
Askia H Bashir
Should Be In Oprah's Book Club!
I am a mother of three children (2 sons, 1 daughter) and have read many books on how I should raise my children. How to Manage Your Parents - without manipulation, is the 1st book that "hits the nail on the head." The book empowers with knowledge and skills to to get along with his / her parents. How to Manage Your Parents is the children's book for the 21st centruy. It is my choice for the ...
Manage Your Project Portfolio: Increase Your Capacity and Finish More Projects (Pragmatic Programmers)
Creating and using a project portfolio effectively
Rothman's latest effort is all about how to create and use a project portfolio effectively. Note that while the author discusses how a collection of projects might together form real value, a program, this is not the focus of this book. After discussing project portfolio basics, the author discusses project evaluation, portfolio ranking, portfolio collaboration, portfolio iterations, portfolio ...
The Why of Work : How Great Leaders Build Abundant Organizations That Win
11 reviews, ...
Why of Work is WOW!
The newest book by Dave Ulrich is just what is needed at this time. The concepts, research are so critical for organizations and leaders to understand so that they can prosper and thrive. I thoroughly enjoyed the book, and can apply it to my consulting work immediately. Win at Work!: The Everybody Wins Approach to Conflict ResolutionDave Ulrich is an incredible leader in his field and this book ...
The Complete Entrepreneur: The Only Book You'll Ever Need to Manage Risk and Build Your Business Wealth
Mark A. Peterson
Barrons Educational Series Inc
Peterson gives you the real deal on entrepreneurship
Homer Simpson, the obese, slow-witted, and reproachable patriarch of Fox TV's notorious cartoon sitcom, The Simpsons, once said the following when looking at a colleagues farcical misfortune: 'It's funny because it is happening to somebody else.' That one comment aptly summarizes Mark A. Peterson's guide for, or shall I say warning to aspiring entrepreneurs. Taken one way, the complete ...
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