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The Exceptional Individual: Achieving Business Success One Person at a…

by Peter Engel

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In Tom Peter's " Search of Excellence" , he based his eight attributes of a successful business on a wide selection of American companies. A decade later some of those companies are facing crisis and bankruptcy. Attacking Tom Peters' principles of corporate empathy and team-building, Peter Engel shows that excellence in business begins and ends with those special individuals who are able to carry a new idea forward and get it done. In the process, these individuals will get the structure of their companies right. The people with the talent for making things happen are the essential fuel that drives all commerce. These are the people Engel aims to teach business leaders to identify, encourage, retain and ultimately foster. This text offers step-by-step advice and techniques for success.… (more)

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In Tom Peter's " Search of Excellence" , he based his eight attributes of a successful business on a wide selection of American companies. A decade later some of those companies are facing crisis and bankruptcy. Attacking Tom Peters' principles of corporate empathy and team-building, Peter Engel shows that excellence in business begins and ends with those special individuals who are able to carry a new idea forward and get it done. In the process, these individuals will get the structure of their companies right. The people with the talent for making things happen are the essential fuel that drives all commerce. These are the people Engel aims to teach business leaders to identify, encourage, retain and ultimately foster. This text offers step-by-step advice and techniques for success.

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