These wisdom-packed chapters will touch your heart, shift your perspective, and become your roadmap for lasting transformation.
The potential for greatness lies within you. Now is the time to discover it, acknowledge it, and live in it. If ever there was a time to arise, it is now! Can you hear the call?
Get ready to:
Arise From Your Wounds
Shake Off Your Ashes
Know Your Value
Walk In Your Freedom
Live In Your Vitality
Put On Your Strength
Lift Up Your Voice
Michele Francesca Cohen was born and raised in the beautiful county of Surrey, England and is currently based out of Dallas, Texas. She is a dynamic speaker for conferences, churches, and multi-media broadcasts. With over thirty years of international stage and ministry experience, Michele is appreciated for her heart-warming authenticity, her love for people, and for effective materials that equip, enlighten, and transform. For more information and links to additional publications visit: www.michelefrancesca.com.
This second edition demonstrates the ongoing effectiveness of the book's framework in generating meaningful action and policy solutions to current environmental issues. The text adds case examples concerning congestion taxes, e-waste, hydrofracking, and recent developments in global climate change, updating references and other materials throughout and incorporating the political and policy changes of the Obama administration's first term and developments in national and global environmental issues.
All managers, whether brand new to their positions or well established in the corporate hierarchy, can use a little "brushing up" now and then. The skills-based Briefcase Books series is filled with ideas and strategies to help managers become more capable, efficient, effective, and valuable to their corporations.
Virtually everything in business is negotiated, and the ability to negotiate strong agreements and understandings is among today's most valuable talents. Negotiating Skills for Managers explains how to establish a solid pre-negotiation foundation, subtly guide the negotiation, and consistently set and achieve satisfactory targets. From transferring one's existing strengths to the negotiating table to avoiding common negotiating errors, it reveals battle-proven steps for reaching personal and organizational objectives in every negotiation.
In The Sustainable City, Steven Cohen provides a broad and engaging overview of the urban systems of the twenty-first century, surveying policies and projects already under way in cities around the world and pointing to more ways progress can be made. Cohen discusses the sustainable city from an organizational-management and public-policy perspective that emphasizes the local level, looking at case studies of existing legislation, programs, and public-private partnerships that strive to align modern urban life and sustainability. From waste management in Beijing to energy infrastructure in Africa to public space in Washington, D.C., there are concrete examples of what we can do right now. Cohen synthesizes the disparate strands of sustainable city planning in an approachable and applicable guide that highlights how these issues touch our lives on a daily basis, whether the transportation we take, where our energy comes from, or what becomes of our food waste. Providing recommendations and insights with immediacy and relevance, this book has invaluable lessons for anyone seeking to link public policy to promoting a sustainable lifestyle.