| ||The 100: Insights and Lessons from 100 of the Greatest Speeches Ever Delivered|
Learn from the best, from all sides of the oratorical spectrum, in this book of insights and lessons of the 100 greatest speakers and speeches ever delivered.
| ||Anything But Ordinary: A Crash Course in Lateral Thinking|
Anything But Ordinary, a book the Financial Times called "a match that ignites breakthrough thinking and creativity," uses fascinating examples and cases to show that just about anything can be done in a new and unique way, if you're willing to leave traditions behind.
| ||The Attack of The Unexpected|
This book, by
| ||Bank 2.0|
In Bank 2.0, author Brett King explains why customer behavior is changing more
| ||Brand It Like Beckham|
| ||Can Asians Think?|
In this volume of essays Kishore Mahbubani has sought to address the historical divide between the civilizations of East and West and the notion that Western civilization is universal.
| ||Cold Calling for Chickens|
The secret to cold calling is in preparation and approach, not the gift of gab, and it's something anyone can learn to do with confidence.
| ||Communication: Your Key to Success|
In this book, you will learn to build personal report, negotiate modern assumptions about face-to-face contact, manage conflicts, and discern the appropriate time for e-mail, telephone, and personal contact.
| ||Confessions of an American Media Man|
In this revealing and sometimes brutally honest media autobiography, veteran journalist Tom Plate tells you what it is really like to work inside these corridors of power.
| ||Conversations with Lee Kuan Yew|
This detailed, penetrating,