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Courageous Decisions: Exploring ‘Leadership in Turbulent Times’ by Doris Kearns Goodwin

Discover transformative insights from Doris Kearns Goodwin's 'Leadership in Turbulent Times.' Learn from the resilience, empathy, and courage of four notable presidents as they navigated through national crises. Unearth the power of effective leadership and how it can inspire change even in the most challenging times.

    Its the Manager: Moving From Boss to Coach: Clifton, Jim, Harter, Jim

    In today's rapidly evolving workplace, effective management is more crucial than ever before. As leaders, it is essential for us to adapt to the changing dynamics and take on the role of a coach rather than just a boss. This is precisely the premise of the book 'It's the Manager: Moving From Boss to Coach' by Jim Clifton and Jim Harter. Drawing from Gallup's extensive research on the future of work, the book offers valuable insights on managing remote teams, leveraging artificial intelligence, and attracting and retaining top talent. But what does it take to truly transform from a...

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    The 40 Laws of Nonprofit Impact Ebook : Timmerman, D. T.

    In today’s ever-evolving world of nonprofit leadership, the pursuit of meaningful impact can often feel like navigating uncharted territory. This is where ‘The 40 Laws of Nonprofit Impact’ by D. T. Timmerman comes in. With its groundbreaking approach and wealth of wisdom derived from centuries of social impact history, this ebook offers a comprehensive guide for those seeking to make a difference. From the importance of clarity and legal compliance to the power of purpose-driven approaches, this bestseller presents actionable insights and practical strategies that have garnered global acclaim. But what sets this ebook apart from others in its...

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    Why SMART Goal Setting Is Dumb: How to Apply the Science of Achievement for Success

    In a world where goal-setting has become a key ingredient for success, the popular SMART goal-setting method might not be as effective as it seems. In 'Amazon.Com: Why SMART Goal Setting Is Dumb: How to Apply the Science of Achievement for Success and,' the author challenges the conventional wisdom surrounding SMART goals and presents a compelling alternative approach based on scientific research. By questioning the limitations of the traditional criteria and offering fresh insights, this book aims to revolutionize the way we think about goal-setting. So, if you're intrigued by the idea of achieving success with a different mindset,...

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    The Law (in Plain English) for Nonprofit Organizations: DuBoff, Leonard D., Bryan, Amanda

    In the complex landscape of nonprofit organizations, understanding the legal framework is crucial for their success and compliance. With 'The Law (in Plain English) for Nonprofit Organizations' by Leonard D. DuBoff and Amanda Bryan, readers can expect a comprehensive and practical guide that demystifies the legal aspects of nonprofit operations. From organizing and tax-exempt status to fundraising strategies and liability considerations, this book offers valuable insights and expert advice. But what sets this resource apart? Well, let's just say that it not only provides the necessary legal information but also equips nonprofit members with the right questions and considerations...

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