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New PCT Bookstore Item: 'Water the Bamboo'

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Author Greg Bell takes a unique and joyful approach to time-tested management concepts.

| June 8, 2011

In "Water The Bamboo: Unleashing the Potential of Teams and Individuals," author Greg Bell takes a unique and joyful approach to time-tested management concepts. This book will teach you new ways of thinking about your goals and give you practical, step-by-step strategies to stay focused on team growth. 

When improvement comes, it can come in massive amount. "Water the Bamboo: Unleashing the Potential of Teams and Individuals" is a guide to finding the patience and determination to nurture teams and individuals to become the best they can be. Author Greg Bell gives advice to get the best out of one's employees and preparing the business for a brighter future. "Water the Bamboo" is a top pick and very much recommended read for any patient business leader. 

Call 800-456-0707 for special pricing ($12.95) on five or more copies or order here.

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