If you're ready for a change and have ideas on how to make that happen but afraid to take the leap for fear of failure, this offering from author Mona Patel should be on your reading list.
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“Motivate Your Team in 30 Days” explores how businesses can benefit when they're properly motivating their teams to succeed and how to pull this off effectively.Aug 30, 2015 329 Shares
Mompreneurs are a growing segment of the population in the small business community. But pulling it off successfully is not easy. The book "Venture Moms" aims to help entrepreneurial stay-at-home moms get on the right business path.Aug 29, 2015 362 Shares
The book "Demystifying Talent Management" focuses on the power of good employee performance reviews. Companies that fail to harness the power of their staff are bound to struggle, says the author.Aug 23, 2015 344 Shares
"2020 Vision" is a collection of interviews with 20 big international companies and asks them: "How will you address the most complex challenges in your business's future?Aug 22, 2015 333 Shares
Renee Robertson discusses whether or not every business is right for an "internal" coach and the benefits coaching could have on defining your company culture.Aug 16, 2015 275 Shares
Acquiring as much funding as possible is probably key to sustaining your small business's future. But running yourself into the ground and out of your business entirely isn't worth it.Aug 9, 2015 367 Shares
Derek Lidow's "Startup Leadership" should serve as an invaluable research for small business owners keen on being a successful entrepreneur and entrepreneurial leader.Aug 8, 2015 357 Shares
Knowing what's going on with Wall Street may make you sick. But if you're tired of being mad, try to take control instead. "Uninvested" gives you the chance to do that in a whole new way. It's up to you to decide whether you think that approach can work for you.Aug 2, 2015 291 Shares
If you think communication, and more specifically public speaking, is something you either have or you don't, think again. Ruth Sherman has a few public speaking secrets, "Speakrets" she calls them, that will change everything.Aug 1, 2015 287 Shares
If you want to make changes to your business, "Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness" may be the answer. Beware, however. This is not your average how-to business guide.Jul 26, 2015 308 Shares