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Remarkable TV: Lessons from The Library

Kevin Eikenberry

Leadership Learning Personal Development library professional development I’m a reader for many reasons, but my #1 reason may be the difference between being a leader and being a REMARKABLE leader. Check out today’s Remarkable TV episode below to learn more.

New books in the CMI Library July 2011

Chartered Management Institute

Related Content: New ebooks for the CMI library - tell us what we should be ordering Professional reading on the train: sad – or the mark of a professional? Books added to the library in March Review books in the CMI library New books in CMI library in October. books libraryThese books are now available for members to borrow.

How to Build a Development Library for Your Organization.

Nathan Magnuson

Home / Human Resources / How to Build a Development Library for Your Organization. How to Build a Development Library for Your Organization. This week I’ll tell you how to build a development library for your organization. What is a Development Library?

Tips to Get the Most Out of the Deming Collection at the Library of Congress

Deming Institute

I was fortunate enough to get one of the 5 annual grants to be able to access to the Deming Collection at the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Luciana Paulise outside the Madison building of the Library of Congress. Guest post by Luciana Paulise.

The Leaders Library: 4 Steps to Embrace Change

Linked 2 Leadership

Our one constant is change. If you were on the top of the heap five years ago, where are you today? If you haven’t learned how to embrace change, you are now at least 50% irrelevant. The truth is, the half-life for most tactical business knowledge is five years or less. Change is inevitable, except [.]. Leading & Developing Other Leaders Leading Change Practical Steps to Influence Servant Leadership business Coaching leadership learning Management

Breathtaking Libraries

Execupundit

The Daily Mail on the world''s extraordinary libraries. Too often, modern libraries lack charm. Some of the libraries shown are places you would want to be even if you didn''t pick up a book. [HT: Some are impressive for their size but others combine size with charm.

The iPad Goes Mainstream – Even Libraries are Becoming Fans, and Enthusiastic Users

First Friday Book Synopsis

Randy's blog entries ebooks iPad libraries Oprah Winfrey Sheryl SandbergFacebook COO Sheryl Sandberg did a lightning round with Oprah, which was basically the greatest thing ever. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg: Books on paper or books on a Kindle? Oprah: “iPad.&# (read the article here) ————- I have written before about how much I like – really like! – my iPad. In the “reading books” [.].

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Serious Libraries

Execupundit

When I am in charge of the world, more libraries like this will be built. In the search for a book on voles, the student will walk past so many other topics undisplayable in the digital logic of a Google search. Another book will catch her eye, merit a read and become a new passion. Cultural Offering nails it. The photo alone was like drinking two espressos

The Future of Libraries

Execupundit

Ben Schiller at Fast Company explores the future of libraries. My quick reaction: A raised eyebrow. Any time I see the word "collaborative" I want more details. Is there a "wow" item

Review books in the CMI library

Chartered Management Institute

Related Content: Reading list: Human resource management New books in CMI library in October Update on CMI Management Book of the Year entries Confused over which management book to read? books CMI Management Book of the Year libraryWe are working on different ways that you can share your comments on management books. I am pleased to announce that we have implemented the first step in enabling you to do this, if you are a CMI member.

Leadership – what’s the problem?

Chartered Management Institute

Review books in the CMI library Reading list: Human resource management New ebooks for the CMI library - tell us what we should be ordering Books added to the library in March. british library CMI Management Book of the Year commuter's read leadership library practical manager textbookIn the last twelve months the topic of leadership has been a difficult to avoid at CMI.

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A Reference Guide to Build Leadership Skills

Coaching Tip

From 1975 to 1995, according to the Library of Congress, books on leadership appeared at a rate of about 24 a year. Books Business Coaching Leadership Personal Coaching Self-Awareness Skills Success Work life ebooks effective leadership geronimo harvard business school interpersonal relationships john agno knowledge workers leadership development library of congress

How Employees Shaped Strategy at the New York Public Library

Harvard Business Review

The New York Public Library is one of the largest public libraries in the world, with 18 million visitors yearly, a budget of nearly $300m, and 93 branches. Library leaders knew that given the immense changes brought on by digital innovations, as well as shifts in the communities that the Library served, it would need to evolve. We believed that if the Library was to be truly nimble, senior leaders couldn’t unilaterally come up with a plan.

Books added to the library in March

Chartered Management Institute

Related Content: Review books in the CMI library New books in CMI library in October Reading list: Human resource management Update on CMI Management Book of the Year entries Managing your way out of the recession. books libraryDirect and digital marketing in practice.

Business Proverbs and BS | In the CEO Afterlife

In the CEO Afterlife

When I searched online for content on business proverb lies and mistruths I was amazed by the digital library’s breadth and depth. In the CEO Afterlife. Main menu Home. Leadership. Branding. Business Proverbs and BS.

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Thank You Bethel Library!

Rich Gee Group

home about rich our team news our fans services executive coach business coach speaking inspire media knowledge books affiliates contact Rich Gee Group 203.500.2421 Thank You Bethel Library! First off, a big thank you to Susan and Kate — the consummate hosts at the Bethel Library.

Innovating the Library Way

Harvard Business Review

The original value proposition of the library was not just free books but something more, something I learned as a seven-year-old at the Dunbar Public Library in Vancouver, B.C. The library looked like dumpy, public architecture but it was in fact a house of many mansions, a place of possibility, a portal. Space travel, time travel, identity travel, you name it, the library could do take you there. So libraries are struggling.

A Serious Home Library

Execupundit

View From the Ledge has a photo that evokes immediate envy

On Books And Libraries – Dr. Seuss Has The Best Advice

First Friday Book Synopsis

In 1971, Troy, Michigan opened its new library. Randy's blog entries children's libraries Dr. Seuss E. White Hardie Gramatky Isaac Asimov Letters of Note libraries love of reading Theodore GeiselAs happens almost everyday, Andrew Sullivan points us to a gem. This gem is from Letters of Note, which I had not yet discovered. It is a rich treasure! The heroes are the librarian (Marguerite Hart — children’s librarian) who asked people to write to the children [.].

Occupy the Library!

Execupundit

A needed message at Cultural Offering

New ebooks for the CMI library - tell us what we should be ordering

Chartered Management Institute

This month, 12 ebooks have been added to the library: Related Content: Professional reading on the train: sad – or the mark of a professional? Books added to the library in March Review books in the CMI library New books in CMI library in October Reading list: Human resource management. book books ebooks libraryYou are not watching this post, click to start watching.

Read Good Books – In the Information Overload Era, Don’t Load much “Less-Than-Useful/Valuable” Information

First Friday Book Synopsis

If you read about the really smart people from the preceding centuries, they partly got smart by reading books that they had in their house, in their personal libraries. (So, So, yes, they could afford libraries – and they had the leisure time to read). […]. Good books are better than not-so-good books. Right?! Here’s a problem.

Books added to CMI Library in December

Chartered Management Institute

Related Content: Review books in the CMI library New books in CMI library in October Reading list: Human resource management Update on CMI Management Book of the Year entries Managing your way out of the recession. Title: Employee assistance programme. You are not watching this post, click to start watching

The Best Books on Writing, NYC, Animals, and More: A Collaboration with the New York Public Library

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bob''s blog entries Brain Pickings combine and recombine ideas and build new ideas — like LEGOs cross-pollinate ideas from a wealth of disciplines Curator’s Code project Kelli Anderson Maria Popova MIT Futures of Entertainment Fellow New York Public Library The Atlantic The Best Books on Writing [comma] NYC [comma] Animals [comma] and More: A Collaboration with the New York Public Library The Reconstructionists project Wired UK

5 Surprising Places Young Leaders Can Grow

Joseph Lalonde

Public library : You already know there’s an unlimited wealth of knowledge contained within the walls of the public library. So much more that goes on at the local library. Check out their website and see what your library has to offer).

The Practicing Mind: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Sterner New World Library (2012) How and why “focusing on and finding joy in the process of achieving instead of [merely] having a goal…is magical and incredibly empowering” For almost three decades, K. Anders Ericsson New World Library The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life Thomas M. The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life Thomas M.

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Books added to CMI Library in January (3)

Chartered Management Institute

Related Content: Books added to CMI Library in January (2) Books added to CMI Library in January (1) Books added to CMI Library in December Review books in the CMI library New books in CMI library in October. Title: Total place. You are not watching this post, click to start watching

Books added to CMI Library in January (2)

Chartered Management Institute

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The Six Disciplines Video Library

Six Disciplines

The complete Six Disciplines Video Library is now available for anyone interested in understanding more about the business challenges we solve using the Six Disciplines strategy execution coaching program. Strategy / Planning (The Choices About What Your Organization Is - And What It Isn't). Strategic Focus (The Right Goals, The Right Focus). Growth Strategy (Growth: Not Just A Priority, But A Requirement). Profitability (Profitability Happens When You Do Everything Else Right).

The Six Disciplines Video Library

Six Disciplines

Possibility Maximizer: The Management Center Resource Library

Maximizing Possibility

Copyright 2007-2010 - Chris Young Twitter Updates follow me on Twitter « The Rainmaker Fab Five Blog Picks of the Week | Main | The Rainmaker Fab Five Blog Picks of the Week » December 17, 2010 Possibility Maximizer: The Management Center Resource Library Happy Friday!

The Corner Office: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Mulally Anna Karenina Corporate Library Dining on brain food at a “metaphysical table” with mostly CEOs Ford Motor Company leading Leo Tolstoy Managing Nell Minow Succeeding The Corner Office: Indispensable and Unexpected Lessons from CEOs on How to Lead and Succeed The New York Times Times Books/Henry Holt & Company

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Paula Marantz Cohen on how to make books spark to life for college students

First Friday Book Synopsis

Here is an excerpt from an article written by Paula Marantz Cohen and featured by The American Scholar magazine. As you probably know already, The American Scholar is the venerable but lively quarterly magazine of public affairs, literature, science, history, and culture published by the Phi Beta Kappa Society since 1932. In recent years the [.].

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Skills For Future Success in a Disruptive World of Work

QAspire

My dad retired as a Library Science professional soon after which the profession of Library management was transformed by digital forces. The way libraries are structured and run has completely changed (and it continues to evolve).

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Do you read books or display them?

The Organized Executive's Blog

That’s how many volumes one friend recently donated to our local Friends of the Library book sale because he was moving to a new office. Unless you will refer to a book again yourself, pass it along to a colleague or start an office library for the staff to use. Organization business books library office space workspaceFifty-nine. When it came time to pack and move everything, he realized that he didn’t really need those books.

Seven Powerful Lessons I Learned from Zig Ziglar

Kevin Eikenberry

I had heard of Zig, and checked out the book from the library. I first read See You at the Top (Zig Ziglar’s classic first book) over Christmas one year during college. I took pages of notes since I couldn’t write in the book. I still have the notes. Soon after, I started listening to Zig’s [.]. Achievement Leadership Learning Personal Development Success goal achievement learning principles sales story timing values Zig Ziglar

Save Our Libraries – How Tragic That This Is Even An Issue (a Speech by Philip Pullman Provides Quite a Rallying Cry)

First Friday Book Synopsis

Randy's blog entries Barbara Tuchman love of books Northern Lights Philip Pullman public libraries The Golden CompassIn the process of doing my own thesis – not for a Ph.D., because I never took a graduate degree, but just my undergraduate honors thesis — the single most formative experience in my career took place. It was not a tutor or a teacher or a fellow student or a great book or the [.].

Creative Thinkering: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Creative Thinkering: Putting Your Imagination to Work Michael Michalko New World Library (2011) How and why conceptual blending of dissimilar subjects, ideas, and concepts is the most important factor in creative thinking Those who have read any of Michael Michalko’s previously published books, notably Cracking Creativity and Thinkertoys, already know that he has a unique [.].

5 Ways Employees Learn

Nathan Magnuson

Adept organizations invest in a development library with a menu of options to select from depending on developmental goals. Learning Organizational Effectiveness Personal Effectiveness assessments development Development Library feedback learning Mentoring

Miscellaneous and Fast

Execupundit

Eclecticity Light is building a little free library. Cultural Offering : Two views on the Trump change. Anderson Layman's Blog has a lesson from Arnold Palmer. Nicholas Bate points to a jarring page. Who's your double?] Wally Bock : The paradox of leadership control. Salena Zito : Donald Trump and small town America. FutureLawyer reveals his inspiration. Andrew Munro at Burning Pine has some great stuff