Grow and Convert Leadership and Innovation

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  • A new framework for creating a more engaging and effective workplace
    The book “Nine Lies about Work” by Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall challenges conventional wisdom about work and offers a fresh perspective on how to create a more effective and fulfilling workplace.
  • Why psychological safety at work matters and how to create it
    This workbook provides readers with exercises, self-assessments, and practical tools to help organizations create a culture of psychological safety in order to foster learning, innovation, and growth.
  • The StartUp of You
    This book is not an instruction manual for finding a job. Instead, you will learn how to deal with the difficulties of the modern workplace. Employees need to find their inner entrepreneur and use it to jump into new types of jobs.
    This book is a must-read for any innovative company that would like to encourage its employees to go above and beyond to exceed the expectations of consumers in order to maintain a competitive advantage. Bernoff and Schadler’s timely book provides practical advice for businesses on how to engage their creative employees to create success. What and how marketing, sales, customer service, management, and information technology must evolve.
Grow and Convert Leadership and Innovation

Kannen Parmanum

I have been interested in the ever-evolving thought leadership space for most of my life; this enthusiasm has led me to research new techniques and trends with practical applications while also sharing book reviews based on what these books taught me.

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