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Fail more : embrace, learn, and adapt to failure as a way to success / Wooditch, Bill“The business professional’s guide to building success out of failureLearning from our mistakes is the only way to make sure we don’t make the same ones twice. But what if you could use every failure–large and small–to actually create […]

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Kia ora koutou katoa I thought it was time for an update to reassure business patrons that although our Central Library is closed, you still have access to an online collection of business e-books, and e-journals via our RB Digital link on our website (NZ Business & Management, the Economist, Fast Company, Idealog to name […]

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Disrupters : success strategies from women who break the mold / Fletcher, Patti“The business world is stacked against women who have been trained to follow the deeply ingrained, unspoken rules of business culture created long before they entered the workforce. But imagine a world where women throw out the old playbook and start making their […]

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Live in Wellington, and are still needing to do research but no longer have access to Unversity or Polytechnic online resources? Have a look at our Mygateway online resources. We have some fantastic resources available for FREE including Business Source Premier, Academic Source Elite and Proquest Research Library. If you are want to upskill further, […]

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The workplace today demands continuing skills development. Whether you are looking to learn business, software, technology, and creative skills to meet your personal or professional goals Lynda.com is one of the best sources for online learning. Normally, using Lynda.com requires a paid subscription, but as a Wellington City Libraries member you have free and unlimited […]

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The power of onlyness : make your wild ideas mighty enough to dent the world / Nilofer Merchant.“An 800-CEO-READ Staff Pick. In The Power of Onlyness, Nilofer Merchant, one of the world’s top-ranked business thinkers, reveals that, in fact, we have now reached an unprecedented moment of opportunity for your ideas to “make a dent” […]

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If you would like to come to a free information session on Starting a business in New Zealand, or you know of someone who would benefit from coming to the session, then the Migrant Connect Information Service provided by the Citizens Advice Bureau in Wellington is running an early evening session (5.30 – 7.30pm) on […]

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Killing it : an entrepreneur’s guide to keeping your head without losing your heart / Sheryl O’Loughlin. “The former CEO of Clif Bar, Co-founder of Plum, and serial entrepreneur offers insights about launching and growing a business while maintaining a fulfilled life in this practical guide filled with hard-won advice culled from the author’s own […]

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It has been a stressful and unsettling time for all of us since the November 14th early morning shake. If your business or organisation is one of those affected by building closures, perhaps Wellington City Libraries can help you out with any research or information needs that you may have. If you would like to […]

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The glass wall : success strategies for women at work – and businesses that mean business / Sue Unerman & Kathryn Jacob.“Never mind the glass ceiling. In the workplace today there’s a glass wall. Men and women can see each other clearly through the divide, but they don’t speak the same language or have the […]

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