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Table of ContentsToward a Career-Resilient Workforce
Robert H. Waterman, Jr., Judith A. Waterman, and Betsy A. Collard
A Market-Driven Approach to Retaining Talent
Hiring Without Firing
Making Partner: A Mentor's Guide to the Psychological Journey
Who Wants to Manage A Millionaire?
Too Old to Learn?
Managing Away Bad Habits
James Waldroop and Timothy Butler
Job Sculpting: The Art of Retaining Your Best People
Timothy Butler and James Waldroop