Good Enough

Authors: Anne Day and Amy Vodarek

The whole idea of this book arose from a discussion with a group of dynamic women business owners who, after sketching out their ten-year plans, felt they wouldn’t achieve their goals because they “weren’t good enough” and “didn’t deserve to be successful.” Their lack of confidence was a surprise and belied what they outwardly presented to the world: being women who had their act together. But when we embarked on this journey to discover why women did not feel good enough, we had no idea what a mammoth undertaking it would be.

42 Rules for Your New Leadership Role (2nd Edition)

Author: Pam Fox Rollin

42 Rules for Your New Leadership Role (2nd Edition) describes practical and effective actions for you to make a strong start at your new VP, Director, or Manager job. Drawing from extensive interviews with corporate leaders and the author’s 20 years as a strategy consultant and executive coach, these rules form the manual they forgot to hand you when you got that promotion or offer letter.

The Innovator's Way: Essential Practices for Successful Innovation

Authors: Peter Denning and Robert Dunham

Innovation is the ruling buzzword in business today. Technology companies invest billions in developing new gadgets; business leaders see innovation as the key to a competitive edge; policymakers craft regulations to foster a climate of innovation. And yet businesses report a success rate of only four percent for innovation initiatives. Can we significantly increase our odds of success?

Objetivo: confianza: La vía para reconocer y superar nuestros auténticos retos

Translation: Objective: Trust — The way to recognize and overcome our real challenges

Authors: Edurne Pasabán & Angélica del Carpio

In the book we draw on Edurne’s famous expedition to Everest in 2011, without oxygen, in which she faced very difficult decisions for herself and her expedition team. Through her experiences and the interpretation offered by executive coach Angélica Del Carpio, we discover our own wisdom and commitments as the compass to guide us through uncertainty.

The Power of Owning Up: A Book on Responsibility for Leaders and Coaches

Authors: Bob Dunham & Sameer Dua

Amongst the most commonly used words in organizations today is “Responsibility”. Yet, it is perhaps the most misunderstood, or least understood word. The authors have interacted with over 2000 managers and leaders in organizations, and almost all of them could not clearly distinguish what responsibility really meant. Many confused it with accountability.

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