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Profitable Problem SolvingTM: Turn Problems into Opportunities and Change, Grow and Save Your Business
Format: Print Length
Publisher: EmpoweredW Press (April 19, 2015)
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 5.9 MB
Downloadable formats: PDF
“Bridgette Chambers has earned her wisdom, and she’s not afraid to share it.”
Seth Godin, Author, Linchpin
"Profitable Problem Solving is practical, down-to-earth, easy to understand, doable and life changing. Bridgette Chambers gives us the knowledge and tools to make cultural transformation achievable in any sized organization. Bridgette’s approach to leadership, growing businesses, and creating value for the community is well aligned with my own perspective… so much so Bridgette and I are collaborating on our next book together which will focus on empowerment, leadership, and value creation."
Lisa Leslie, Four time Olympic gold medalist, Two-time WNBA Champion, Entrepreneur, Author, Motivational Speaker, Sports Analyst and Executive Coach
Business majors, small business owners and CEO’s alike will love Profitable Problem Solving. This book is full of motivational stories, advice and real-life solutions for leaders who want transform their workplace. We wish we had this book when we started.
Michael Houlihan & Bonnie Harvey, America’s #1 Wine Brand Founders, New York Times Bestselling Authors, International Keynote Speaker, Entrepreneurial Trainers
Reading this Book Will Change Your Career and Grow Your Income
Tired of outdated text-based business books about failures, change management and turnarounds? Profitable Problem Solving TM cuts through the fog and offers readers an engaging format for accessing, understanding, and re-imagining important information on change management to save your business, with clear steps and graphics to support you and your team.
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