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Jeffrey Fox, PhD
May 1, 2018
This book is for anyone who is interested in becoming a leader/manager or who already is in such position. For those seeking such responsibilities or promotion, those just starting out in a leadership position, or those who want to learn new tips and to brush up, my hope is that you will find value in this book.

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Jeffrey Fox, PhD
may 3, 2017
This book is for those interested in becoming an officer or who is already an officer. For those seeking careers in law enforcement, just starting out, or who want new tips to brush, you will find value in this book. This book is great for those who supervise, train, or teach officers. The book offers a blended academic and practitioner-based approach to learning and understanding the skills needed to be a great officer.

The
Jeffrey Fox, PhD
July 7, 2015
This book is for anyone interested or involved in teaching, training, or instructing, whether you are just getting into the field or thinking about it or you have been teaching for decades. It is for those who administer teaching, training, or instructing.

Analyzing
Jeffrey Fox, PhD
September 2011
In this mixed methods study, the prevalence of transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership styles among incident commanders during incidents that utilized a unified command (UC) was examined, and differences between disciplines in leadership styles were investigated. The problem addressed was that it is currently unknown whether there is a dominant leadership style associated with incident commanders during an incident.

Equity
Carl Sheeler, PhD
December 29, 2015
This book provides the information and tools practitioners and business owners need to work with the multitude of intangibles - Governance, Risk, Relationships & Knowledge ("GRRK") - in equity investment decisions. The author engages readers with an insightful and brief claim: "Values are more than numbers." He then provides support for just how important human capital is to the value creation paradox.

Vision
Andre Watson, PsyD
July 13, 2017
In seeing in the Dark, Andre Watson discusses his journey as a blind visionary. Even though he has no eye sight, he has used his life experiences to develop a new way of seeing himself, others, and the world. Overcoming the misconceptions of blindness proves to be fortuitous as Andre has strived to become a clinical psychologist, an accomplished athlete, husband, and father. The readers will get a glimpse into how he sees and how that way of seeing has helped inspire audiences, guide patients, and redefine what it means to “see” even if one is physically in the dark.

The
Joseph Klapper, MD
December 2, 2008
In The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Boosting Your Metabolism, noted cardiologist Dr. Joseph Lee Klapper takes readers from what the metabolism is and how it works through the many ways to raise it—including by what we eat and drink, both independently and in combination. Also, Dr. Klapper’s exercise plan helps readers to reduce fat and increase muscle, and his recipes show readers how delicious it can be to be a booster!

Wealth
Marguerita Cheng, CFP
February 28, 2014
Divided into four sections, the 12 tips in the book are designed to help readers: * Know how they actually think about wealth (you may surprise yourself) * Know how to better understand what messages they’ve been sent by parents, media, and society about wealth — some of which may be keeping them from actually being wealthy * Know how the wealth management world works * Know how to balance love, money — and their increasing wealth

The
Jeffrey Lucas
2011
American land surveying has a dilemma; it’s called the “pincushion corner.” This is a name used to describe the phenomena of multiple boundary monuments being set by land surveyors when only one boundary corner exists under legal contemplation. This book explores the full effect of the pincushion corner by exploring how the phenomena started and why it exists, and explores remedies to end the practices that allow the pincushion corner not only to exist, but to flourish.

Alabama
Jeffrey Lucas
2010
This is an essential reference book for anyone who needs to understand real property boundaries under Alabama law. Written primarily for land surveyors, this 607 page hardback (case wrap) book is also a valuable tool for real estate professionals, attorneys, and landowners. Arranged in twelve chapters, the subject matter includes the origination of real property title in the State of Alabama, how real property boundaries are established on the ground, deeds, conveyances, easements, rights-of-way, and water boundaries.

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