Recommended books by Madeleine L. Van Hecke

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Product picture for Blind Spots: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things by Madeleine L. Van Hecke
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A woman planning a dinner party calls a gourmet caterer and learns that "Chateaubriand" can be ordered. To which she responds, "No, thanks. We’re going to take care of the wine ourselves." The dead silence at the end of the phone is her first clue that something is amiss. A CEO attempts to put an end to complaints from employees about the demeaning behavior of certain managers by berating the managers before the staff — thus reinforcing the very behavior he’s trying to correct.

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Book cover from The Brain Advantage: Become a More Effective Business Leader Using the Latest Brain Research by Madeleine L. Van Hecke
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This book does for business leaders what few have time to do for themselves. It combines the latest brain research with insights from psychological studies of how people think. It uses powerful stories to convey that information, and presents it in short, readable chapters, each divided into three parts:

• "What’s the story?" reports in concise, digestible terms the science behind how the brain works.
• "Interesting, but so what?" discusses how this research is relevant to...
Book cover from The Brain Advantage: Become a More Effective Business Leader Using the Latest Brain Research by Madeleine L. Van Hecke (2009-11-03) by Madeleine L. Van Hecke;Lisa P. Callahan;Brad Kolar;Ken A. Paller
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Book cover from Bland Spots (Chinese Edition) by Madeleine L. Van Hecke
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Blind Spots is comprised of 11 chapters. Each chapter is classified into such two parts as blind spot and strategy to reveal ten thinking points and blind spots in our daily life; it also analyzes deeply the reason of blind spots generation with the proposition of strategy for removing blind spots from professional angles. Thus readers can correct their prejudices on thinking, know themselves clearer and treat others more tolerantly.