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From Wags to Riches: How Dogs Teach Us to Succeed in Business & Life
Date Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012
From Wags to Riches: How Dogs Teach Us to Succeed in Business & Life
Manufacturer: BenBella Books

Product Description: BenBella Books presents “From Wags to Riches: How Dogs Teach Us to Succeed in Business & Life,” by Robert Vetere. Vetere—who has more than 20 years of experience teaching management seminars for Fortune 500 companies such as Wal-Mart, PetSmart and Proctor & Gamble—explains how dogs can teach readers about building stronger, more collaborative organizations, the publisher reports. Having studied the human-animal bond with Purdue University researchers, Vetere demonstrates that caninelike qualities, such as sharing responsibility among pack members and tuning into each other's needs and emotions by observing facial expressions and body cues, can dramatically improve the reader's personal effectiveness and ability to lead, the publisher adds.

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