I loved Donald Clifton's work with Strengthsfinders and Gallup.
His son, Jim, takes his work to the next level. As Napoleon said...'Leaders are dealers in hope. Read more
This book does a terrific job of guiding the reader to understand, from an individual level, that everyone needs to be engaged in economic recovery. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marcia LaReau
Surprised me as to how well it was written and what I took from it. Normal these style books are more propaganda than hard fact. Read morePublished 5 months ago by john Lampe
A must read for anyone interested in the job of the future and how it shapes our lives and the business world around us. Read morePublished 6 months ago by michael M.
Job's are important. The thing is most of the prescriptions for creating jobs don'w work. Here are some good options.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good review and structured analysis of jobs and behavioral economics.
I'm not sure whether this is more a glorified opinion or a real strategy starter, but in the end all the... Read more