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📒The Loudest Voice In The Room ✍ Gabriel Sherman
✏The Loudest Voice in the Room Book Summary : A revelatory journey inside the world of Fox News and Roger Ailes—the brash, sometimes combative network head who helped fuel the rise of Donald Trump NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • SOON TO BE A SHOWTIME LIMITED SERIES When Rupert Murdoch enlisted Roger Ailes to launch a cable news network in 1996, American politics and media changed forever. With a remarkable level of detail and insight, New York magazine reporter Gabriel Sherman puts Ailes’s unique genius on display, along with the outsize personalities—Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Megyn Kelly, Sarah Palin, Karl Rove, Glenn Beck, Mike Huckabee, Gretchen Carlson, Bill Shine, and others—who have helped Fox News play a defining role in the great social and political controversies of the past two decades. From the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal to the Bush-Gore recount, from the war in Iraq to the Tea Party attack on the Obama presidency, Roger Ailes developed an unrivaled power to sway the national agenda. Even more, he became the indispensable figure in conservative America and the man any Republican politician with presidential aspirations had to court. How did this man become the master strategist of our political landscape? In revelatory detail, Sherman chronicles the rise of Ailes, a frail kid from an Ohio factory town who, through sheer willpower, the flair of a showman, fierce corporate politicking, and a profound understanding of the priorities of middle America, built the most influential television news empire of our time. Drawing on hundreds of interviews with Fox News insiders past and present, Sherman documents Ailes’s tactical acuity as he battled the press, business rivals, and countless real and perceived enemies inside and outside Fox. Sherman takes us inside the morning meetings in which Ailes and other high-level executives strategized Fox’s presentation of the news to advance Ailes’s political agenda; provides behind-the-scenes details of Ailes’s crucial role as finder and shaper of talent, including his sometimes rocky relationships with Fox News stars such as O’Reilly, Hannity, and Carlson; and probes Ailes’s fraught partnership with his equally brash and mercurial boss, Rupert Murdoch. Roger Ailes’s life is a story worthy of Citizen Kane. Featuring a new afterword about Ailes’s epic downfall during the extraordinary 2016 election, The Loudest Voice in the Room is an extraordinary feat of reportage with a compelling human drama at its heart. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY NPR
✏The Loudest Voice in the Room How the Brilliant Bombastic Roger Ailes Built Fox News and Divided a Country Book Summary :
📒Beautiful Country Burn Again ✍ Ben Fountain
✏Beautiful Country Burn Again Book Summary : As Ben Fountain sees it, the United States is facing its third existential crisis. The first was the struggle over slavery, culminating in the Civil War. The second was the Great Depression, the worst economic downturn in the history of the industrialised world, which brought about the New Deal. The third, is Donald Trump. But how will it end? Taking in America's love affair with firearms, celebrity culture, Russia, Obamacare, Hillary Clinton and, of course, Trump himself, Beautiful Country Burn Again explores how the United States reached a new crisis point and asks how America really can be great again.
📒Humble Leadership ✍ Edgar H. Schein
✏Humble Leadership Book Summary : The Future of Leadership Leadership is a relationship—but that relationship must change, say legendary organizational scholar Edgar Schein and former Silicon Valley executive Peter Schein. The vertical hierarchy, with its emphasis on formal, transactional relationships, professional distance, and all guidance coming from the top, is hopelessly inflexible and outdated. In a complex world, leadership must rely on high levels of trust and openness throughout the organization, and that can be achieved only by what they call personization and Level 2 relationships, which build the agility to make course corrections quickly. This book shows how such humble leadership has built effective cultures in a whole range of sectors: health care, government, the military, tech and innovation, and more.
📒School Of Hard Locks Study Guide To Escape Rooms ✍ Sandra Keehn
✏School of Hard Locks Study Guide to Escape Rooms Book Summary : Escape Rooms are one of the fastest growing entertainment trends in the United States and across the world. This Study Guide helps attendees, both novice and experienced, with important strategies for how to approach the escape room experience and provides tips for what do do once the door locks behind them.
📒Take Me To Your Leader ✍ Debra E. Talbert
✏Take Me to Your Leader Book Summary : Take Me To Your Leader: Taking the Lead In Our Lives is about turning points. About our turning points. That moment when something in us shifts and allows us to make different choices, and to create a different story for ourselves. It is the collected wisdom of people who have faced that moment locked in board rooms, stopped at traffic lights, standing at pulpits, sitting in churches, staring in the mirror. People who, whatever else they were doing, made the choice to take the lead. Here you will find seven areas of belief and practice, where increased awareness of your choices can trigger a shift, a turning point, in taking the lead in your own life.
📒Upsetting The Apple Cart ✍ Frederick Douglass Opie
✏Upsetting the Apple Cart Book Summary : Upsetting the Apple Cart surveys the history of black-Latino coalitions in New York City from 1959 to 1989. In those years, African American and Latino Progressives organized, mobilized, and transformed neighborhoods, workplaces, university campuses, and representative government in the nation's urban capital. Upsetting the Apple Cart makes new contributions to our understanding of protest movements and strikes in the 1960s and 1970s and reveals the little-known role of left-of-center organizations in New York City politics as well as the influence of Jesse Jackson's 1984 and 1988 presidential campaigns on city elections. Frederick Douglass Opie provides a social history of black and Latino working-class collaboration in shared living and work spaces and exposes racist suspicion and divisive jockeying among elites in political clubs and anti-poverty programs. He ultimately offers a different interpretation of the story of the labor, student, civil rights, and Black Power movements than has been traditionally told. His work highlights both the largely unknown agents of historic change in the city and the noted politicians, political strategists, and union leaders whose careers were built on this history. Also, as Napoleon said, "An army marches on its stomach," and Opie's history equally delves into the role that food plays in social movements, with representative recipes from the American South and the Caribbean included throughout.
📒Making The Number ✍ Greg Alexander
✏Making the Number Book Summary : The essential tool kit to achieve breakthrough sales performance improvements. Numbers don’t lie: 40 percent of all salespeople miss their targets each year. How can sales managers ensure their teams are doing everything possible? The key lies in benchmarking, which is not new for finance or manufacturing but rarely gets applied to sales. Making the Number will teach executives to embrace data-driven decision making and rely less on gut instinct. Comparing a sales force to those of relevant peers leads to many opportunities to improve performance. The authors take readers through their five-step methodology for sales benchmarking, showing how to select metrics; gather, compute, and compare internal and external data; and then actually use the data. Making the Number includes case studies of sales benchmarking in action. For example, find out how Discover Financial Services plays David to the Goliaths of MasterCard and Visa. Whether you’re a sales rep, a manager, or a CEO, this book will show you a better way to make your number.
📒The Cynic ✍ Alec MacGillis
✏The Cynic Book Summary : From a dogged political reporter, an investigation into the political education of Mitch McConnell and an argument that this powerful Senator embodies much of this country’s political dysfunction. Based on interviews with more than seventy-five people who have worked alongside Mitch McConnell or otherwise interacted with him over the course of his career, The Cynic is both a comprehensive biography of one of this country’s most powerful politicians and a damning diagnosis of this country's eroding political will. Tracing his rise from a pragmatic local official in Kentucky to the leader of the Republican opposition in Washington, the book tracks McConnell’s transformation from a moderate Republican who supported abortion rights and public employee unions to the embodiment of partisan obstructionism and conservative orthodoxy on Capitol Hill. Driven less by a shift in ideological conviction than by a desire to win elections and stay in power at all costs, McConnell’s transformation exemplifies the “permanent campaign” mindset that has come to dominate American government. From his first race for local office in 1977—when the ad crew working on it nicknamed McConnell “love-me-love-me” for his insecurity and desire to please—to his fraught accommodation of the Tea Party, McConnell’s political career is a story of ideological calcification and a vital mirror for understanding this country’s own political development and what is wrought when politicians serve not at the behest of country, but at the behest of party and personal aggrandizement.
📒Collaborate ✍ Dan Sanker
✏Collaborate Book Summary : The hands-on guide for the new way to compete: Collaboration The 21st Century's counterpart to Sun Tzu’s The Art ofWar, Dan Sanker's Collaborate: The Art of We gives a newgeneration of pioneering business enthusiasts a practical guide tocapture tomorrow's opportunities. Globalization, technologicaladvances, and cultural changes have opened the door for a newwinning formula that combines traditional competition withcontemporary collaborative business practices. Readers will changetheir mindsets and learn practical tools to tap into talent,overcome organizational obstacles, and create dramatic incrementalvalue by collaborating between organizations. While most businesses are battling it out for crumbs of marketshare, the author gives inside examples of emerging leaders who arestaking claim to larger pieces of the economic pie. Intellectualhonesty and proof-of-concept permeate throughout; even the book'sown foreword was entrusted to a collaborative group of over 35individual participants, a first of its kind and one more concreteexample of the power of collaboration. Sanker provides a comprehensive guide to collaboration fromconception to implementation and analysis. He bringscollaboration to life by: Exploring the opportunities created by dynamic online socialtools being used by winning leaders Delving into examples from a plethora of traditional companieslike Disney and McDonald's Inviting readers behind the curtains to see the inner workingsof collaborative emerging growth companies like CaseStack, theauthor’s company