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Standout Whenever You Speak
By Barry Kuntz

Pause: Standout Whenever You Speak by Barry Kuntz is a quick and enjoyable read that offers readers the tools they need to make a difference when they have to speak. It is one of the best things I have read in effective communication, and in...

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Résumé Essentials

Do’s, Don’ts & It Depends
By Neil O'Donnell

Résumé Essentials: Do’s, Don’ts & It Depends - With Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and LinkedIn Updates by Neil O'Donnell is a short “how-to” book on the art of résumé writing. Résumé Essentials is essentially a book that describes what are the common pitfalls one encounters...

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Flying Beyond the Syllabus

What You Weren't Taught in Groundschool
By Ryan Domenick

Flying Beyond the Syllabus: What You Weren't Taught in Groundschool by Ryan Domenick is a book for pilots and scientists, and I must say that it’s for those who love to deal with complex equations. Right from the beginning of the book, the author states:...

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Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury

How an Afghanistan veteran breaks the silence on mental illness
By Erik Krikke

Surviving PTSD & Moral Injury is a nonfiction memoir written by Erik Krikke. Krikke had reluctantly come to terms with the likelihood that he would be deployed as part of NATO’s Multinational Medical Unit, Role 3. Those at the hospital where he was currently assigned,...

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The Ultimate Fundraising Case Study

12 Swipe-Ready, Real World Lessons Even the Smallest Nonprofits Can Use to Raise Big Money
By Dan Magill

The Ultimate Fundraising Case Study: 12 Swipe-Ready, Real World Lessons Even the Smallest Nonprofits Can Use to Raise Big Money by Dan Magill is a book for readers who are interested in raising funds for an organization or a project. In this powerful, groundbreaking work,...

The Joint Kitchen

A Handbook for Orthopaedic Inventors and Fraidy Cats Facing a Knee or Hip Replacement
By Michael David Ries

The Joint Kitchen: A Handbook for Orthopaedic Inventors and Fraidy Cats Facing a Knee or Hip Replacement is a nonfiction medical/occupational book written by Michael David Ries. Ries is an orthopedic surgeon and inventor who holds the patents on 45 hip and knee replacement devices....

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Management Principles for Safety and Occupational Health Managers

By Fred Fanning

Safety Occupational Health Managers have a key role in the work place. They not only ensure health and safety policies within a workplace environment, but help others to understand that part of the responsibility also falls to them. The responsibilities will differ depending on the...

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Fables for Leaders

By John Lubans

By nature I am a fan of fables, fairytales, and legends so when I came across John Lubans' Fables for Leaders, there was no way I could pass it by. The book is segmented into chapters which are then subdivided further. For example, in the...

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Leaders Lab

66 Ways to Develop Your Leadership Skill, Strategy, and Style
By Jane Moyer

Leaders Lab: 66 Ways to Develop Your Leadership Skill, Strategy, and Style by Jane Moyer is a well-researched, wonderfully crafted tool for experienced and would-be leaders in different fields, a book that is written in a simple style, with excellent points that are not masked...

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You Can Be a Top Performer

9 Simple Ways to Advance Your Career
By Iris Yu

I grew up thinking that there was no worker on earth who worked as hard as the American worker. I thought that for a very long time until I finally realized that there are great workers and terrible workers in every country. America doesn't have...