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Women In Steel, Women of Steel-Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow$24.95
Available at the special Introductory Price of $24.95.
Domestically and globally women are continuing to expand and contribute their expertise and innovation throughout the steel and steel related sectors – in production, sales, technology, energy, metallurgy and management. This is a 50 year living history of women in steel. Look for their insights, wisdom and advice from the past, present, and into the future of this dynamic and vibrant industry.
*due to shipping delays and paper shortages outside of our control the pre-order ship time may vary from our current estimated timeline.
Compassion is the Competitive Edge: Leading with Compassion while Delivering Results$18.95
Compassion is the Competitive Edge: Leading with Compassion While Delivering Results
Compassion, culture, productivity and profit need not be exclusive of one another. Can a compassionate workplace culture create a competitive edge? Can productivity co-exist with compassionate culture empowered workforce? The answer is yes! This book was written to begin these conversations in businesses and organizations in the United States and around the world.
How do you begin to introduce a compassionate culture empowered workforce? It starts at the top with the commitment from the CEO through every vertical in the company.
“A “Must Read” for business leaders and supervisory management. This book is a comprehensive prescription for how to live the “people value” in the workplace!” Fred Bentzel, Managing Partner 10x Solutions, Inc.
The Language of Loss$16.95
The Language of Loss-Breaking the Silence-Starting Conversations about Loss at Work and Home
“The most forgotten fact in business is that we’re all human.” Employees deal with disruption around multiple life events every day. Studies have shown that how a company chooses to address and acknowledge these events directly impacts productivity, absenteeism, work culture, attracting new employees, retaining the current workforce, and ultimately the bottom line.
These events are crushing employees legally, financially and emotionally. The Language of Loss is about how to begin to introduce these conversations around life events at home and in the workplace?