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Business bookshelf: Reads making the rounds

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  • Top sellers:

    The Leadership Contract: The Fine Print to Becoming a Great Leader

    by Vince Molinaro

    John Wiley & Sons, 229 pages

    Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements

    Tom Rath and Jim Harter

    Gallup Press, 240 pages

    How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything

    Dov Seidman

    Jossey-Bass, 389 pages



•  ‘The Leadership Contract’: Recent studies show that only 7 percent of employees have trust and confidence in their senior leaders. How can we ever get our organizations to succeed if so few employees believe in their leaders? This book explains why leadership, and specifically leadership culture, is the only real differentiator between the organizations that thrive or fall behind.

•  ‘Wellbeing’: This book is filled with fascinating research and novel ideas for boosting well-being in five key areas. As a complement to the book, readers will have the opportunity to use Gallup’s online Well-Being Finder to help them track and improve well-being over time.

•  ‘How’: This book includes a foreword from President Bill Clinton and an author’s preface on why and how we behave, lead, govern, operate, consume, engender trust in our relationships, and relate to others matters more than ever and in ways it never has before. Discovering “How” can help you bring excellence and significance to your business endeavors – and your life – and refocus your efforts in powerful new ways.

MCT, 800-CEO-READ, Booksamillion.com

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