Joseph Jaworski, the son of famed Watergate special prosecutor Leon Jaworski, uses his own experiences and the latest studies to create a new concept of leadership. Instead of focusing on numbers, reports, and other inanimate objects, Jaworski encourages leaders and managers to look at the world primarily through relationships. Allowing life to flow through us, instead of despite us, he explains, will break organizations free from self-imposed or institutional limits, fostering an atmosphere of learning and top performance.
"From interesting to oh, so boring"
While today's technological, social, and economic changes have helped the business world, they have also increased anxiety for employees, business owners, and especially managers. Experts Ken Blanchard and Michael O'Connor offer practical, proven solutions to help managers and their organizations reduce pressure while enhancing productivity.
Newlywed Maggie Haskell has started a life away from Collinsport with her husband, Joe. But before their honeymoon can start, Maggie finds herself trapped in a cabin in the woods with a strange man. A strange man with a familiar face. With time running out, Maggie has to buy her freedom. But her captors will accept only one thing. Who are the faceless men holding her captive, and what do they want? Where is Joe Haskell? And who is the man with the face of Burke Devlin?