Leadership Books – Sandra Sucher and Shaleen Gupta show

Sandra Sucher and Shaleen Gupta show that trust comes not from “building a reputation” and public relations, but from “doing the right thing,” developing products, services, and technology that work, good intentions, treating people fairly, and taking responsibility for every impact a company makes, intentionally or unintentionally. It provides a positive and refreshing framework for preparing children for success in a digital world that encourages them to be active and productive with technology, and describes five qualities that every young person must develop to become a successful and active digital citizen. An exposition of the elements of trust–competition, motives, resources, influence–combined with detailed stories from twenty years of research provides new insights into the commercial, economic, and social importance of trust and how to regain it when it is lost. In Persuasion: The 4-Step Process of Influencing People and Decisions, respected sales, negotiation, and influence experts Andres Lares, Jeff Cochran, and Sean Deegan, PhD, provide concise and insightful advice on how to improve your ability to persuade others in any situation. How did this happen and why is meritocracy under attack today from both the right and the left? In The Aristocracy of Talent, Adrian Wooldridge, noted journalist and historian, goes beyond Western cultures to show the transformative impact it has had everywhere it has been introduced, especially when women were included in the meritocratic system. According to a Fortune 500 study, up to 80% of work time is wasted in boring meetings, unclear expectations, difficult decisions and other unnecessary delays. Persuade’s book is ideal for executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and other business professionals and will take its rightful place in the libraries of all professionals who regularly negotiate or influence. He also shows how meritocracy has been corrupted and argues that the recent decline in social mobility is the result of the failure of the meritocratic revolution. In Numbers for Good, EdTech expert Richard Culatta argues that technology can be a powerful learning tool that solves humanity’s most complex problems and brings us closer together. We worry about our children becoming addicted to online games, falling victim to cyberbullying, or getting lost in the rabbit hole of social media. This fascinating guide to productivity and efficiency at work, based on extensive research and case studies, will show you how to get better results in far less time, while increasing your confidence and determination. Derivative works and any other unauthorized copying or use of still images, videos, text or graphics is strictly prohibited. When it comes to raising children in a digital world, every parent feels unprepared and overwhelmed. Although the concept seemed new at first, by the end of the 20th century it had become the dominant ideology in the world. We warn them about everything they shouldn’t do online, but we don’t do enough to teach them digital well-being skills.