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WEEKEND READ - 10 Tips and Quotes From the Best Leadership Books of the Year

Leadership is not about who you know, or why you know it, or how much you are paid to lead. It’s often about what you know and how you apply that knowledge. 9 more words

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WEEKEND READ - The Post-PC CEO: No Desk, No Desktop

As mobile devices get faster and add new capabilities, could using your PC for work become a thing of the past? 

Find out how one man runs his business life out of his briefcase.

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I don’t really have an update, I haven’t finished The Graveyard Book which I begun reading after I finished Between Shades of Grey. I’m actually really enjoying it, I love the way the characters are interacting, and the way the story is going but I don’t understand why I’m not flying through it. 100 more words


WEEKEND READ - Crisis Communications: What Leaders Need to Know

In this Weekend Read, CEO of EuroBusinessMedia Adrian Dearnell explains how effective crisis communication is built on four standard pillars and why leaders should plan for unforeseen circumstances. 9 more words

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Weekend Read: Jane Kramer's August Thanksgiving in Italy

Welcome to our new feature, “Weekend Read.” Each Friday, the Observer will suggest a long story to read.

Food is central to most holidays, but none more so than Thanksgiving. 265 more words

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WEEKEND READ - How data scientists are changing the face of business intelligence

Could data be the answer? Nick Cicero discusses the competitive advantage that good use of data can bring to an organisation.

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WEEKEND READ - No, you are not ‘running late’, you are rude and selfish

We can’t always be timely, but how much can running late cost a business?
Greg Savage, founder of Firebrand posted this no-holds-barred post about the importance of showing up on time. 

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