Soundview Executive Book Summaries


How to Use Your Ears to Increase Business

I’ve got some exciting news for many of my faithful readers who have written in over the past 12 months. From time to time I provide a post about Soundview Live, our fantastic series of Webinars. One of the questions that always seems to show up in my in-box in the days that follow such a post is, “How can I get a copy of the Webinar?” Up to this point, only our subscribers had access to our exclusive archive of conversations with some of the most important minds in business today.

Now Soundview is making available 11 previous Soundview Live events! For a drastically reduced price, you’ll have the opportunity to listen to a number of bestselling authors and management legends discuss the ways you can take your business to the next level. Where else can you get a focused, 60-minute audio session with an author discussing his area of expertise? To see the complete list, click here!

By purchasing a Soundview Live archive recording, you can hear Marshall Goldsmith discuss the ways to make your business and life burst with success. Y0u can hear Steve Forbes provide an amazing history lesson while you gain the wisdom of ancient leaders. If you’ve got health care concerns, why not listen to Harvard professor Clayton M. Christensen explain The Innovator’s Prescription?

As you’ll hear in these recordings, a good portion of the content comes directly from questions provided by our listeners, executives just like you! With that in mind, you really shouldn’t miss our next installment of Soundview Live. It takes place next Thursday, March 25, at Noon eastern. We (and YOU!) will be in session with author Roger Connors. He will discuss the method to establish a positive, principled accountability practice at your company. It should be a great conversation. Don’t miss it!

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