It is a well known fact that ‘leaders are readers.” Periodically, I like to share some books you might consider reading if you are interested in improving your leadership skills.
Does a messy desk always mean a messy mind? If you find that you are not as organized as you’d like to be, the author offers ideas on decluttering your mind.
It’s easy to fall into a trap where we think we are always right and others do not have the same perspective. This self-deception requires us to review the way we behave and perceive others. Creating a new self-awareness will help you overcome this trait.
Why do some teams shift from being comfortable with new ideas and then suddenly rejecting them? Safi Bahcall employs a physics-based approach to an understanding of creativity in group settings.
Even though you want to get to a ‘win-win’ scenario in negotiations, it is often difficult when people are not comfortable with the idea of compromise. This book offers ideas on how you can approach this situation. Among their ideas is not walking into a negotiation with a preferred solution. If you do, you won’t be listening to what the other party has to say.
The full title of the book is “No-Fail Habits: Design the Daily Rituals That Help You Win at Work and Succeed at Life.” It is published by the Michael Hyatt Company and apparently written by the staff rather than Hyatt himself. That is a first following many other successful titles written by the company’s founder and namesake.
This book offers basic advice for forming new habits. It offers advice on self-automation and ways in which we can get more control of our time.
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