The Power Broker

Author: Robert A. Caro

Publisher: Bodley Head Childrens

ISBN: 9781847923653


Page: 1246

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The Power Broker by Robert A. Caro is a riveting and timeless account of power, politics and the city of New York by 'the greatest political biographer of our times' (Sunday Times) - chosen by Time magazine as one of the 100 Best Non-Fiction Books of All Time and by the Modern Library as one of the 100 Greatest Books of the Twentieth Century. Now also a Sunday Times Bestseller. The Power Broker tells the story of Robert Moses, the single most powerful man in New York for almost half a century and the greatest builder America (and probably the world) has ever known. Without ever once being elected to office, he created for himself a position of supreme and untouchable authority, allowing him to utterly reshape the city of New York, turning it into the city we know today, while at the same time blighting the lives of millions and remaining accountable to no one. First published in 1974, this monumental classic is now widely acknowledged to be one of the greatest books of its kind.

The Power Brokers

Author: Mike Catalano

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 147977118X

Category: Fiction

Page: 173

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Jab Boone is lured out of retirement in this fourth mystery story. He tracks the missing brother of a fellow orphan. Little did he know that his tracking expertise would lead to gold smugglers and dark secrets under a carefully constructed lake!

Power-brokers and the Yorkist State, 1461-1485

Author: Alexander R. Brondarbit

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer

ISBN: 1783275340

Category: History

Page: 233

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Examination of the role played by key figures around the monarchy in the Wars of the Roses.

The Power Broker

Author: Joseph I. Lieberman

Publisher: N.A


Category: Connecticut

Page: 400

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The Power of Understanding People

Author: Dave Mitchell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118726839

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 208

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How to build lasting connections through meaningful communication Developing successful relationships is critical to our success in both our personal and professional lives. The Power of Understanding People shows you how to establish and develop extremely effective relationships by providing you with techniques to better identify and understand the intrinsic needs of others. As a result, you will achieve better team dynamics, increased sales and client satisfaction, higher levels of employee engagement and performance, and even more satisfying marriages and friendships. This book provides the tools to understand others' unique communication style as well as your own. Get detailed advice on how to adjust to diverse communication styles, develop a unifying language for the organization, and better match motivational techniques to team members. Through storytelling and experiential exercises, author Dave Mitchell helps you gain insight into your own unique interaction style and teaches you how to communicate, motivate, sell, and service more successfully no matter the personality types involved. Offers insight into the behavior cues and questions to ask to better understand someone's interactive preferences Explains how to enhance your sales efforts by better targeting your brand message to the client's style so that your products/services resonate with them more Examines strategies for creating a high performing work environment and achieve greater customer service excellence Contains conflict resolution strategies, including how to effectively work out differences within a team, between work units, with customers, and even in your personal life Armed with the ability to interpret the behavior of the people around you, you will achieve greater levels of success at work and at home while also learning how to better handle the difficult situations involving people in your life.

Preaching about Conflict in the Local Church

Author: William H. Willimon

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 9780664240813

Category: Religion

Page: 124

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Should the pulpit be used as a place to address issues of congressional conflict? After first examining the nature of conflict within human groups, William H. Willimon discusses how to prepare sermons on controversial subjects, suggesting ways to use the biblical text to examine divisive issues. He comments on the importance of style and delivery tone when dealing with difficult topics.

The Park and the People

Author: Roy Rosenzweig,Elizabeth Blackmar

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9780801497513

Category: History

Page: 642

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Delineate the politicians, business people, artists, immigrant laborers, and city dwellers who are the key players in the tale. In tracing the park's history, the writers also give us the history of New York. They explain how squabbles over politics, taxes, and real estate development shaped the park and describe the acrimonious debates over what a public park should look like, what facilities it should offer, and how it should accommodate the often incompatible.