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What do you do when you realize you're headed in the wrong direction, or maybe no direction at all? How do you start out again in the right direction…
What do you do when you realize you're headed in the wrong direction, or maybe no direction at all? How do you start out again in the right direction? Laura Clark and Courtney Young ask some rebooting experts for the answers. Stan Slap, the author of Bury My Heart at Conference Room B, explains how managers can start leading in a whole new way, and get more satisfaction out of their jobs. Jack Covert of 800-CEO-READ, author of The 100 Best Business Books of All Time, discusses Andy Grove's rebooting moment at Intel from Only the Paranoid Survive. Don Tapscott, co-author of MacroWikinomics, explains why many businesses—and the whole world—are due for a big Ctrl+Alt+Delete. And Adrian Zackheim, publisher and president of Portfolio, discusses the power of business books about restarting and reinventing your job, life, or industry.
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