How Leaders Improve

by Mike Hunter

Written by a team of highly experienced and successful executive leadership consultants, this book offers 10 data-driven insights regarding leadership effectiveness, accompanied by practical and easy-to-implement recommendations that directly serve the development of leadership ability. The book provides insights based on a sample of leaders who improved significantly over time, supplying findings that are based… [More]

The People First Effect

by Mike Hunter

Veteran consultant and award-winning author Jack Lannom outlines a clear, comprehensive strategy for increasing trust and decreasing tension in one’s personal and professional lives. The People First Effect is a business fable about CEO Dan Burton. Dan has successfully led his company out of the 2008 recession and sees his organization moving back toward sustainable… [More]

Women Rocking Business

by Mike Hunter

Women are rocking the world of business and changing the face of commerce. Over the last 15 years, women have stepped into entrepreneurship in significantly greater numbers than men, but we’re also failing at those businesses even faster than men. This book is going to change that. Women Rocking Business provides a revolutionary approach to… [More]

High-Stakes Leadership

by Mike Hunter

What makes some leaders so effective when the stakes are high, while others fall short? Why are some able to not only survive but to lead their organizations to new heights even in risky, fast-changing times? The answer is succinct but multi-layered: Such leaders display courage, judgment and fortitude. High-stakes leadership does not require unnatural… [More]

My 10 Strategies for Integrative Coaching

by Mike Hunter

This book provides a series of innovative concepts and practical tools for those involved in helping relationships, as they help others develop and transform. It provides five operational strategies that answer the questions “What should I do?” and “How should I do it?” It then offers four strategies to help a person build his own… [More]

The Strategic Analysis Cycle Hand Book

by Mike Hunter

This is an authoritative and practical guide to collecting, analyzing and managing data, to enable managers and companies to develop successful business strategies. Data has become a dominant factor in today’s business environment. This book, written by a leading practitioner, explains the underpinning nature of data for a company’s business strategy. The book begins with… [More]

The Lost Art of Closing

by Mike Hunter

For decades, sales managers, coaches and authors talked about closing as the most essential, most difficult phase of selling. They invented pushy tricks for the final ask, from the “take delivery” close to the “now or never” close. But these tactics often alienated customers, leading to fads for the “soft” close or even abandoning the… [More]

Uncommon Sense

by Mike Hunter

It’s time to dispense with the common nonsense of dusty old selling imperatives (like elevator pitches, unique value propositions, and “always be closing”). One must stop thinking like a seller and start thinking like one’s customers and prospects. Uncommon Sense provides a toolkit of practical strategies and tactics that will improve one’s access to prospects,… [More]

One Small Yes

by Mike Hunter

It’s the small decisions that lead to big results. People were born to live a life of significance. But busyness and fear of failure can overwhelm and get in the way. One Small Yes was written for people who want to make an impact but are not sure where to start. It is for all… [More]

Boomers 3.0

by Mike Hunter

Capitalizing on what is arguably the most important social phenomenon of our time and place — the aging of America — this book shows organizations how to market specifically to baby boomers in their third act of life. Samuel identifies the 10 core values of the older middle class (cognitively healthy baby boomers age 52–80)… [More]