Reading is, as they say, fundamental.
And, it is a great way to broaden your knowledge and advance your professional career. So, if you’re looking for books to read to help you learn how to be better in business, there are some great titles currently available. Here are 5 books we recommend for individuals pursuing city of Cleveland jobs.
Work Rules!: Insights from Inside Google That Will Transform How You Live and Lead by Lazlo Bock
Google changed the workplace landscape for everyone. This inside look at exactly how they did that will give you some insight for your own career path. It completely changes the way we look at the culture of work, behavioral economics, and how management should work better with their team.
The Organized Mind by Daniel Levitin
The digital age has also changed the way we communicate with each other. And part of the process is learning to deal with information overload. Levitin offers tools for organization, both physically and mentally. The book shares success stories that allow you see how organizational skills can advance careers.
The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age by Reid Hoffman
The founder of LinkedIn is widely recognized and respected for his contribution to online networking tools. This book acts as a management manifesto to allow everyone to see behind the curtain and gain new insight on taking corporate American to the next level in our generation.
Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing by Jamie Holmes
Sometimes, we simply don’t know the answer. And that’s okay. Holmes explores what it is like to have ambiguity in our lives. And while it can feel overwhelming to not know the answer to something, readers of this book will learn how to deal with uncertainty to help them make better decisions.
Thinking in Systems: A Primer by Donella Meadows
Whether it is a major global crisis or an inter-office situation, learning how to think together in groups will allow for more creative solutions in the future. This book offers simple steps for creative problem solving, which encourages readers to continue to learn, embrace positivity, and be empowered.