Become the CEO of You Inc

Author: Susan Bulkeley Butler
Publisher: Purdue University Press
ISBN: 1557536155
Format: PDF, Kindle
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How do you turn your dreams into reality? How do you make things happen for you, rather than let things happen to you? Don't be humble about who you are and what you are capable of. Stand tall and stand out. Be known. Be recognized as a leader, and most of all, know you are a leader, is Susan Bulkeley Butler's call to action for her readers to take responsibility for their lives.In this updated second edition of the best-selling Become the CEO of You, Inc., Susan has provided strategies for improving your life and new techniques for advancing your career. The book is focused around her Make it Happen model, which is based on three decades of experience working with Fortune 500 companies. The steps include: Develop a clear aspiration for You, Inc.; build your board of directors; develop your plan to make your aspiration happen; and navigate your day-to-day journey.The second edition is completely revised and includes new topics such as: The importance of executive coaching; developing your image in today's world; taking a long-term view of your life and career; new opportunities for balancing career and family; use of social networking techniques¦ the good, bad and ugly; and preparing for promotion.

You Inc

Author: Harry Beckwith
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 0759572860
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Harry Beckwith, the bestselling author of the classic "Selling the Invisible," reveals how the secret to selling is to sell oneself first.

Women Count

Author: Susan Bulkeley Butler
Publisher: Purdue University Press
ISBN: 1557535698
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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"In this marvelously conceived book, Susan Bulkeley Butler empowers women to learn from role models of the past. There is an unprecedented opportunity and need for women's voices to ring loud and clear in every boardroom, forum and organization."---Beth Brooke, Global Vice Chair-Public Policy, Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement, Ernst & Young "As a business leader, one of my ongoing priorities has been recruiting and retaining more senior women in our firm. Susan Bulkeley Butler knows what she's talking about---pay attention to what she's saying."--- Hans-Paul Burkner, President and CEO, The Boston Consulting Group "Susan Butler challenges all of us to reach higher, give more, and stretch beyond our perceived limits. One is never too old or too young to make a larger impact. Butler's book will get you thinking---and acting---with courage."---France A. Cordova, President, Purdue University "Women Count points the way to high performance for business leaders and executives. Women in leadership roles will change the game!"---David Smith, Global Managing Director, Accenture and Co-Author of Workforce of One: Revolutionizing Talent Management Through Customization "`Add Women, Change Everything' is The White House Project's tagline. Now visionary Susan Butler has given us a recipe for how to add enough women to get the world we really need."---Marie C. Wilson, President and Founder, The White House Project As the 100-Year Anniversary of women winning the right to vote approaches on August 26, 2020, the "Decade for Women" ahead will re-assess how far we've come---and how far we still have to go. To become "women who count," women must think of themselves, think of others, and think big, contends author Susan Bulkeley Butler. Before and since breaking barriers to become the first woman partner at Accenture, Butler has passionately championed the cause of equality for women in education, in the workforce and in society. In Women Count: A Guide to Changing the World, she shows how the world can become a better place in myriad ways with more involvement from women. Today's world---with its wars, corporate ethics violations, economic meltdowns and societal strife---needs the unique strengths and attributes of women more than ever, Butler contends. Women make up about half of the country's population and half its work-force, yet account for only a small percentage of the leadership roles in government, business and beyond. Butler brings her experiences and insights directly to readers by showing how they can collectively use their strengths to improve the world. Together, women must envision equality, build teams, take action, and help one another through mentoring, philanthropy, education and public service, according to Butler. Then, and only then, she asserts, can women truly change the world and become "women who count."

Be the Ceo of Your Life

Author: Veera B. Budhi
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1772771317
Format: PDF, Mobi
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In this book, you will discover key factors to improve and grow both professionally and personally! Within these chapters, you will find seven simple, yet profound, steps to invest in yourself and transform your professional career and personal life, regardless of your current level of success, or lack of it. I am confident that if you integrate these seven principles in your life, you will ultimately be able to achieve your dreams and live your life with abundance of energy and enthusiasm.

You Inc

Author: Burke Hedges
Publisher: I N T I Pub & Resource Books Incorporated
ISBN: 9780963266736
Format: PDF
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How to Become CEO

Author: Jeffrey J. Fox
Publisher: Hachette Books
ISBN: 0786871059
Format: PDF, Docs
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Now Updated and with New Success Tips for Everyone, at Any Level! Vision, persistence, integrity, and respect for everyone in the workplace--these are all qualities of successful leaders. But Jeffrey J. Fox, the founder of a marketing consulting company, also gives these tips: never write a nasty memo, skip all office parties, and overpay your people. These are a few of his key ways to climb the corporate ladder.

Ceo of You The Chief Energizing Officer of Your Own Uniqueness

Author: Marsha Petrie Sue
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780970380746
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This book Is for You. Never before has one book contained so much for you to achieve more. Departmentalize your life to build the structure for successful momentum. You will be able to better lead people, communicate effectively in difficult situations, become resilient to life's difficulties, manage your time and receive the success you deserve. Portions of the proceeds are donated to Hospice of the Valley in memory of Marsha's mother-in-law, Mary Sue. Book jacket.

Creating You Co

Author: William Bridges
Publisher: Nicholas Brealey International
ISBN: 9781857881547
Format: PDF, Mobi
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"In today's new business environment, workers must begin to think of themselves as independent contractors, not lifetime employees"

You re in Charge Now What

Author: Thomas J. Neff
Publisher: Crown Business
ISBN: 1400098300
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Getting a new job or a big promotion is like building a house: You need to get the foundation right for both. With a job, the quick-drying cement is how well you do in your first hundred days, since they establish the foundation for long-term momentum and great performance. Tom Neff and Jim Citrin are two of the world’s leading experts on leadership and career success. As key figures at Spencer Stuart (hailed by the Wall Street Journal as the number one brand name in executive search), they must understand the criteria for success when they recruit top executives for new leadership positions. Through compelling, first-hand stories you will hear from people such as Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of GE, on how his career has been a series of successive first hundred days. Larry Summers, president of Harvard University, talks candidly about what he could have done differently in his early days to avoid dissipating goodwill among the diverse constituencies important for his future success. Gary Kusin of Kinko’s shares the specifics of the hundred-day action plan he crafted for himself before he started his new job. Paul Pressler of Gap Inc. shows how he developed a general strategic agenda that established fundamental principles and goals, waiting to prepare a more detailed strategic plan until later in his tenure. Tom Neff and Jim Citrin’s actionable eight-point plan will be the foundation for your success—whether you are moving to a new organization or being promoted—showing how to: • Prepare yourself mentally, physically, and emotionally from the time you accept until the time you begin • Manage others’ expectations of you—bosses, colleagues, and subordinates • Shape and build the team that will work with you • Learn the lay of the land and find out how things “really work around here” • Communicate your story effectively to people inside and outside the organization • Avoid the top ten traps that confront every new leader, such as disrespecting your predecessor, misreading the true sources of power in the organization, or succumbing to the “savior syndrome” When you start a new job you are in what AOL’s Jon Miller calls a “temporary state of incompetence,” faced with having to do the most when you know the least. But with the eight-point plan of You’re in Charge—Now What? you’ll understand and be able to take action on the patterns that will build your success. Also available as an eBook From the Hardcover edition.

Rwanda Inc How a Devastated Nation Became an Economic Model for the Developing World

Author: Patricia Crisafulli
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1137066474
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Eighteen years after the genocide that made Rwanda international news, but left it all but abandoned by the West, the country has achieved a miraculous turnaround. Rising out of the complete devastation of a failed state, Rwanda has emerged on the world stage yet again-this time with a unique model for governance and economic development under the leadership of its strong and decisive president, Paul Kagame. Here, Patricia Crisafulli & Andrea Redmond look at Kagame's leadership, his drive for excellence and execution that draws comparisons to an American CEO and emphasizes the development of a sophisticated and competitive workforce that leverages human capital. In Rwanda, the ultimate turnaround, strong and effective leadership has made a measurable and meaningful difference. Rwanda's progress offers an example for other developing nations to lift themselves out of poverty without heavy reliance on foreign aid through decentralization, accountability, self-determination, and self-sufficiency. The authors also explore Rwanda's journey toward its goal of becoming a middle-income nation with a technology-based economy, and its progress to encourage private sector development and foster entrepreneurship, while also making gains in education, healthcare, and food security-and all with a strong underpinning of reconciliation and unification. As so many nations stand on the brink of political and economic revolution, this is a timely and fascinating look at the implications of Rwanda's success for the rest of the continent-and the world.