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A look at some titles recently added to Safari that are in my queue this month:

The Genius of Opposites  Red Team  Sharpening Your Skills  Making Sense of People

The Genius of Opposites by Jennifer B. Kahnweiler

Introverts and extroverts often find their counterparts an indecipherable mystery, but it does not have to be that way according to author Jennifer B. Kahnweiler. With some careful nurturing and planning, introverts and extroverts can exploit their diversity to make truly creative and powerful partnerships.

Red Team: How to Succeed by Thinking Like the Enemy by Micah Zenko

Just in time for National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Basic Books added this book to Safari. The author explains how to think like an attacker to plan and implement your security strategies. The topics cover the best practices in areas such as private business and the military.

Sharpening Your Skills: Decision Making by Sean Silverthorne 

A selection from the “Sharpening Your Skills” series from Harvard Business Review Press – this volume guides managers through decision-making while avoiding making quick decisions from the gut.

Making Sense of People: The Science of Personality Differences, Second Edition by Samuel Barondes

Updated with new practical summaries of the key topics, this second edition helps anyone better understand the personality strength and weaknesses of the vital people in their life. Chapters cover culture-based values, which kinds of personalities to avoid, and gene expression’s role in character traits.

Tags: decision making, extrovert, introvert, new in safari, personality types,

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