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The Duh! Book of Management & Supervision: Dispelling Common Leadership Myths
By Gerri King, Ph.D.
In the DUH! Book of Management and Supervision, the author disagrees with many accepted leadership principles and makes new and different approaches easier to imagine. Her challenging and controversial concepts illustrated with poignant stories suggest common-sense and immediately applicable alternatives more suitable in today’s workplace.
Arthur G. Greene's Practical Guide: Succession Planning for Law Firms and Rewards for Retiring Lawyers
By Arthur G. Greene
This book is designed for those lawyers nearing retirement age with no exit plan in place. Written in a concise and practical style, this guide offers a complete range of the most common succession considerations.
Claremont Boy: My NH Roots and the Gift of Memory
By Joseph D. Steinfield
In Claremont Boy: My New Hampshire Roots and the Gift of Memory, Joseph Steinfield shares humorous, insightful, and often poignant recollections spanning more than half a century. The author recalls what it was like to grow up as part of a small Jewish community in a New Hampshire mill town, but the book includes much more.
You Raised Us - Now Work With Us: Millennials, Career Success, and Building Strong Workplace Teams
By Lauren Stiller Rikleen
This ground-breaking book is an indispensable resource to help Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers create a more effective work environment. Beautifully written, the book separates myths from reality, and provides practical advice, based on detailed research, to strengthen intergenerational teams and develop the next generation of talented leadership.
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