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Bono

Author : Mary-Lane Kamberg
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Examines the humanitarian efforts of celebrity and musician Bono to bring an end to starvation, AIDS, and poverty in Africa.

Bono

Author : Thom Winckelmann
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Introduction to the life and work of rock star Bono, who has shaped the world, impacted humanity, and changed the course of history.

Pro Bono in Principle and in Practice

Author : Deborah L. Rhode
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This book offers the first broad-scale study of the factors that influence American lawyers' pro bono work, including an original empirical survey of over 3,000 lawyers and a comparative analysis of public service by other professionals and by lawyers in other countries.

De Bono s Thinking Course

Author : Edward De Bono
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Transform your thinking! Is the way you think like the colour of your eyes - something you are born with and cannot alter? Or is thinking a skill that can be improved with practice, like swimming, tennis or cooking? In this practical book, Edward de Bono lays out some simple but powerful tools with which we can optimize our thinking, decision making and problem solving. Most of the errors of thinking are errors of perception and that is precisely where these tools help. Learn: How to enhance your thinking processes by developing your perception How to make the most of your thinking skills and how thinking differs from intelligence How to make decisions, and deal with emotions and values whilst focusing on the future. Edward de Bono, the inventor or the term 'lateral thinking', is widely believed to be the world's leading authority on the direct teaching of thinking as a skill. He is the author of over 60 books and his methods are widely used in many countries. He advises multinational corporations and also works with educational bodies to enable individuals to maximize their thinking abilities.

Bono

Author : Michka Assayas
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For the first time ever, Bono--the biggest rock star in the world--tells his life story. In a series of intimate conversations with his friend Michka Assayas, a music journalist who has been with the band since the very beginning, Bono reflects on his transformation from the extrovert singer of a small Irish post-punk band into one of the most famous individuals in the world--and from an international celebrity to an influential activist. He speaks candidly about his faith, family, commitment, influences, service, and passion. Bono is the closest we will come, for now, to a memoir from the iconic frontman of U2.

Bono

Author : David Kootnikoff
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Chronicles the life and accomplishments of the international rock star and political activist.

Killing Bono

Author : Neil McCormick
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Longtime friend and reporter, Neil McCormick, reveals childhood and present day stories about Bono and his band, U2. Some are born great. Some achieve greatness. Some have greatness thrust upon them. And some have the misfortune to go to school with Bono. Everyone wants to be famous. But as a young punk in Dublin in the 1970s, Neil McCormick's ambitions went way beyond mere pop stardom. It was his destiny to be a veritable Rock God. He had it all worked out: the albums, the concerts, the quest for world peace. There was only one thing he hadn't counted on. The boy sitting on the other side of the classroom had plans of his own. Killing Bono is a story of divergent lives. As Bono and his band U2 ascended to global superstardom, his school friend Neil scorched a burning path in quite the opposite direction. Bad drugs, weird sex, bizarre haircuts: Neil experienced it all in his elusive quest for fame. But sometimes it is life's losers who have the most interesting tales to tell. Featuring guest appearances by the Pope, Bob Dylan, and a galaxy of stars, Killing Bono offers an extremely funny, startlingly candid, and strangely moving account of a life lived in the shadows of superstardom. “The problem with knowing you is that you've done everything I ever wanted to,” Neil once complained to his famous friend. “I'm your doppelganger,” Bono replied. “If you want your life back, you'll have to kill me.” Now there was a thought...

Bono

Author : Christin Ditchfield
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Bono and the band U2 have delighted audiences worldwide for more than 20 years. Readers will learn about Bono's rise to pop stardom and how he continues to use his talent and charisma to help third world countries fight diseases such as AIDS and Malaria.

Bono

Author : Martha P. Trachtenberg
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"A biography of U2 lead singer Bono"--Provided by publisher.

Leadership Change and Responsibility

Author : Silvio De Bono
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Leadership, change, responsibility. There is a reason these topics always seem to occur in unison - because they are inextricably linked to one another, both in theory and in practice.Strong, effective leadership is becoming increasingly important because of the challenges that arise in all aspects of work and life - these challenges are often characterized by change or the need for change, which in turn creates a sense of responsibility.This thoroughly researched volume brings together the collected wisdom of a number of experts to present readers with the most recent research and cutting-edge insights into this increasingly important area.