Developing Your Global Mindset: The Handbook for Successful Global Leaders
“Najafi Global Mindset Institute s new book, Developing Your Global Mindset: The Handbook for Successful Global Leaders, is full of practical and engaging ways to develop a Global Mindset for success in global business. This book is a must-have resource guide for managers and leaders in global roles or who have global responsibilities.”
Managing Cultural Differences, Eighth Edition: Global Leadership Strategies for Cross-Cultural Business Success
“The international nature of modern Business means that individual and organizational success is no longer dependent solely on business acumen- our ability to understand, communicate and work with people in different countries and cultures around the world is more important than ever as more companies rely on their global reach to achieve the best profit and performance. For this reason, international business and cross-cultural management are key topics in undergraduate business, MBA and executive education programs worldwide as companies and institutions prepare current and future business leaders for the global marketplace. ”
Natural Born Success: Discover the Instinctive Drives That Make You Tick!
“Have you ever wondered why some tasks come naturally to you, while others leave you feeling frustrated and bored?
Paul Burgess believes it’s because we all have a unique combination of Instinctive Drives™ that act as an internal compass, guiding our thoughts and actions.
Natural Born Success will help you to discover your innate operating system — your I.D.™ — so that you can get ‘in stride’ in your life. Knowing your I.D.™ will enable you to harness your inborn skills and reach new heights in your career, relationships, finances and family.
Validated by scientific research, the I.D. System™ is the only psychometric profiling tool that delves beneath people’s behaviour and personality to explore their Instinctive Drives™.
Realise your full potential and life purpose by tapping into the natural motivations and talents that define the real you.”
“Bill Conaty, in the course of a 40-year career at General Electric, worked closely with CEOs Jack Welch and Jeff Immelt to build the company’s internationally renowned talent machine. Ram Charan is the legendary advisor to companies around the world. Here they combine their unparalleled experience and insight to create a blueprint for talent development, and to show how critical it is to the continuing and future success of every business.”
What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful
“While Goldsmith’s advice applies to everyone, the highly successful audience he targets may be the least likely to seek out his book without a direct order from someone higher up. As he points out, they are apt to attribute their success to their bad behavior. Still, that may allow the less successful to gain ground by improving their people skills first.”
Bringing Out the Best in People
“Applying scientifically based behavioral stimuli to the workplace while making it fun at the same time, author on performance, Aubrey Daniels, describes practical, precise, data-oriented methods to help you implement a management system that will maximize the long-term performance of every aspect of your company.”
Succession Planning Handbook for the Chief Executive
“Mahler and Drotter leap beyond the paper succession system approach practiced by most U.S. corporations today and provide a realistic look at the challenge of having competent executives available when needed.”
Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions
“The author, a modern-day Dale Carnegie, offers explanations on how to wield the most influence in the digital age: Push Technologies like presentations, e-mails and Twitter are discussed as active means of enchanting others, while Pull Technologies like Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn passively draw them in. The author’s suggestions for achieving likeability and trustworthiness, as well as overcoming resistance, are thoroughly explained and can easily translate from the workplace to the real world.”