Magic at work: Camelot, creative leadership, and everyday miracles
Now, more than ever, companies and individuals are facing nearly impossible odds--challenges so tough that nothing less than all-out magic is needed. This handbook shows how to work magic in your life and office. The authors combine myth and lore with actual business case studies to offer exciting new ways to enhance creativity, overcome fear, and more. Regional media.
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What the Crystal Ball Requires
The Challenge of the Magic Sword
The Call of the Grail
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