J.K Rowling, once said,
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Desiree Cain is a BS accounting graduate from State University of New York College and post graduate in MBA strategic management from North Central University. Started career as Tax Specialist in 1997, functioned on multiple roles such as accounting consultant, business manager, controller and CFO across various industries. She is ardent reader and recommended several books for global finance leaders.
Eric Butterworth expresses his experience to activate innate divinity to achieve the realization & unfold productivity, confidence, problem solving ability & success by exploring self-knowledge. Empower yourself with insight & sensitivity to unleash the power within you after practicing the exercises from this book.
Thomas J. Peter and Robert H. Waterman beautifully compiled the insights & learnings of America’s best-run companies that outlines eight basic principles of management. The ultimate secret to stimulate action, embrace people, profit-maximizing practices & strategies that drive success to these organizations.
A strategic advice from Richard H. Axelord, Emily M. Axelord, Julie Beedon & Robert W. Jacobs to identify, involve & motivate the right people, keeping them energized & committed for getting the work done & accomplish the goals with positive outcomes.
The author Robert H. Jacobs discusses and advocates how you must align the entire organization to adapt the change for crafting the collective future. The book demonstrates the powerful approach to assimilate change which is proven in diverse settings by involving the entire organization.Desiree cain also adds why the books are so special and a must-have for top-line business leaders.
Amanda Nevins is graduated her bachelors from University of South California during 1987 to 1991. She fosters leadership, culture and change in every organization since she started her career as an Accounting manager in 1994. Over the years, she was contributing as c-level executive in every organization at diverse industries.
Geoff smart and Randy street advices the strategic approach in classify the A candidate against B & C candidates. The statistics that highlights major gaps of hiring managers and costs & time associated in hiring process. The author suggests #tactics to hire A players for your team by optimizing hiring costs in rational timeline.
When we asked what you love in the above book, she replied everything, to be specific I like to quote the below.
The Verne Harnish 2.0 version of Rockefeller habits to coach senior employees and c-level executives. The author focuses on directing frontline executives align with 4 key decision areas of every company as such people, strategy, execution, and cash to focus & contribute growth of a firm.
Amanda Nevins also shared one of her favorite quotes from this book also.
Andre Friaca is consistent learner starting from 1984 till 2020. He is a CPA professional with Executive MBA on Business Administration in Fundação Dom Cabral followed by BA specialized in accounting in Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo. His carer started as audit manager and now CFO & Finance director of many organization in Brazil. He has diverse experience in domestic, regional and international compliance, startups, M&A, Spin-Offs, IPO & restructuring process etc.
Michael Watkins, an expert advisor for senior leaders on leadership transitions. He coaches executive people to ensure critical early wins crucial to establish yourself in your new role. The book holds new tools & strategic advises to overcome the most common pitfalls and challenges during transition. Conquer your situations with checklists, practical tools & self-assessments.
Dr.Gerald Kushel enables readers to experience the pleasure of motivating yourself, team and organization together. The book cooks the recipe of self-responsibility in identifying the interests of individual members in your team and stimulate cross-collaboration across team by exploring the motivational factors & nurturing potential peak performance from the entire organization. Excellence is the status quo. Secrets of achieving excellence is the main ingredient of the book.
Andrew M Barker is a CPA credentialed CFO & an investment advisor. He graduated from The City University of New York in 1992 and post graduate MBA from NYU Stern School of Business in 2003. He started as CPA and now M&A advisory services for many start-up and $1 billion international organizations. He is a virtual CFO & M&A advisor of Middle Market Advisory, LLC.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb instructs us to recognize the randomness and shatter the illusions amidst us. The author elaborates how we perceive luck in personal and professional experiences and obscure things irrelevant to skill. You’ll uncomplicate things quickly by understanding the probabilities after reading the book.
One of the best books to read in the time of crisis. Master the art of rationalizing uncertain events and improve predictability. The authors advices will certainly help in forecasting more accurately and manage the disasters effectively to reduce the impact in our lives.
Andrew Baker told us about the book Black Swan in a sentence.
The authors briefs how to thrive in the world of uncertainties & disasters. Learn the knacks to respond to situations in the status quo.
Michael Gordon is a CEO & COO from Colgate university with BA Philosophy graduation at 1996 and he also holds Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) certification.
His favorite book is Philosophical investigation by Ludwig Wittgenstein. He also added that
My favorite author is Dostoyevsky and my favorite novel The Brothers Karamazov, and my favorite play is Rosencrants and Guildenstern are Dead.
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