Bringing Out the Best in Others!: Three Keys for Business Leaders, Educators, Coaches and Parents

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Bard Press, 2002 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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Did you know that two-thirds of all entrepreneurs are first borns? That 21 of the first 23 astronauts were first borns? That 45 percent of female world leaders between 1960 and 1999 were first borns? Using these three factors, business leaders increased productivity and improved profits, parents boosted their children's grade point averages, educators improved the performances of entires classes. Include Leader's Guide.

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User Review  - Carol - Goodreads

1.5 stars. Nothing earth shattering but good reinforcement. The writing style (more of a story with characters) was just too juvenile and cheesy for me. Read full review

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User Review  - Pauline Bateman - Goodreads

0 stars. Dropped this read so fast after realizing it was going to be one big third person fly on the wall of a cheesy group meeting. Got as far as mumbo jumbo about first borns being leaders (but not ... Read full review

About the author (2002)

If you have questions about high performance, Tom Connellan has the answers. He's researched it, he's practiced it, and he's developed proven systems to achieve it. He's a former research associate and program director at the University of Michigan. Organizations as diverse as GE, Dell, Marriott, the Air Force Academy, Pacific Life, and Neiman Marcus use Tom to keynote important meetings.

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