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"How Resilience Works" by Diane L. Coutu; "Leading in Times of Trauma" by Jane E. Dutton, Peter J. Frost, Monica C. Worline, Jacoba M. Lilius, and Jason M. Kanov; "Crucibles of Leadership" by Warren G. Bennis and Robert J. Thomas; "A Survival Guide for Leaders" Ronald A. Heiftetz and Marty Linsky; "The Toxic Handler: Organizational Hero - and Casualty" by Peter Frost and Sandra Robinson; "Leadership in a Combat Zone" by William G. Pagonis; "September 11, 2001: A CEO's Story" by Jeffrey W. Greenberg; "Building Organizational Trust" by Galford
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