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The Canoe Theory compares an organization and its members to a canoe and its crew. Like canoes, businesses need every member to “paddle” together for greater success. Today, more than ever employers and employees feel a discount. The Canoe Theory shows business leaders and employees alike how to bridge the gap and “paddle” together. This short, yet powerful, book lays out the seven simple principles of “the canoe theory” and how implementing them equals organizational success. The Canoe Theory provides achievable answers for challenges like how to improve teamwork, organizational attitudes, leadership skills, organizational motivation and revenue. Likewise, the book also provides solutions for increasing productivity and how to deal with challenging employees. Business leaders from across the country at organizations like The Irvine Company, Dupont and Steelcase (just to name a few) practice “the canoe theory.” Evaluate your organizational needs, read this book and turn your business or organization into a dynamic force with The Canoe Theory!
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A Chicago native and Loyola University graduate, Mr. Hibbard ventured into the highly competitive and lucrative commercial real estate industry. After achieving exceptional success brokering with the Grubb & Ellis Company, David became Sr. Vice President where he transformed his office through innovative leadership and coaching solutions based upon the Canoe Theory. Currently, he is the co-founder and co-principal of Profit Techniques, Inc.—a sales resource center. David is recognized as one of the most progressive speakers and engaging trainers in the nation. His "innovative" approach to leadership and teamwork has produced numerous programs for Fortune 500 Companies and corporations.
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Book Description Custom Publishing, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0759305579
Book Description Custom Publishing, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0759305579
Book Description Custom Publishing, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110759305579