Achieving Peak Performance: A Step by Step System to Grow a Well Trained, Educated, and Motivated Team for the 21st Century
Achieving Peak Performance breaks important new ground. Corporations have no choice but to invest substantial resources in ways that let people grow; that teach them to think for themselves; that create a pool of solid candidates for promotion to higher positions. It takes education to produce leaders. It takes leaders to guarantee a promising future for your company. This book is must-reading to prepare your employees for top-notch productivity, peak performance and maximum profitability. It gives you a proven, step-by-step system to grow a well trained, educated and motivated team for the 21st century.
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