Take Charge!: How Leaders Profit from Change
Change and the opportunity for change is all around us. It is inevitable. Leader’s need to know when and how to act in order to take advantage of change whether it is a result of a new challenge regardless of its genesis, either negative or positive. Greg Bustin’s book provides a call to action, guidelines, and universal principles for embracing change and moving the frontline executive from one who is struggling to break the bonds of inertia to one who bounds out of bed in the morning to pursue and test new opportunities. Greg’s book is written from the front lines of business and combines humor, real-life anecdotes, case studies, and truisms from history’s greatest leader’s.
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Preparing Yourself for Change
Preparing Your Organization to Profit from Change
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