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Get the Cookie, Paco!: Valuable Lessons in Leadership from My Dogs
Date Posted: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Get the Cookie, Paco!: Valuable Lessons in Leadership from My Dogs
Manufacturer: Middleton Stout Books

Product Description: Middleton Stout Books present “Get the Cookie, Paco!: Valuable Lessons in Leadership from My Dogs,” by Andrew Krüger. The book highlights ways to increase leadership abilities at home and at the office through stories and lessons learned from the author's two rescue dogs, Paco and Zeke, the publisher reports. Krüger explains useful ideas for becoming a better leader through anecdotal experiences involving the dogs; he provides a series of tips on how to improve leadership skills, and believes these tactics—informed by academic research—will work regardless of whether readers are climbing the corporate ladder, sitting at the top, or wanting change in their daily life, the publisher adds.

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