Because of the today's unstable political situation, it will not be superfluous to deepen our knowledge in the field of leadership, career and career guidance.
To this end, thanks to the advice of business thinkers, 11 books worthy of your attention in 2018 were selected.
1. "When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing" By Dan Pink
The book discusses the success of people in a career and the impact of a temporary factor on the success of a person in many aspects of life. The author claims that the outcome of a particular situation depends on the time of the day. Therefore, it is very important to be able to organize time properly.
2. "Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility" - Patty McCord
The presentation, titled "Netflix Culture: Freedom and Responsibility," developed by Patty McCord, director of talent development at Netflix, gained popularity a few years ago. The slides reflect the concept of the internal culture of Netflix, the policy regarding vacations, hiring and firing of personnel.
3. "Great at Work: How Top Performers Do Less, Work Better, and Achieve More" - Morten Hansen
Morten Hansen's book, co-authored by a well-known business consultant, Jim Collins, is the result of five years of work, during which they observed the work of 5,000 workers. As a result of the research, they found 7 basic practices that make it possible to succeed.
4. "The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups" - Daniel Coyle
Daniel Coyle, the author of many bestsellers, exemplifies various successful organizations such as the United States Navy SEAL, the San Antonio Spurs basketball team, in his book lift the veil of an important component of success as a "cultural code" and answers the question of how to create optimal conditions for work cohesive team.
5. Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Do not Have All the Facts "- Annie Duke
Annie Duke is a professional poker player, winner of the World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions,author of several booksabout poker, a scholarship student at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied psycholinguistics and cognitive psychology, and now she is a business consultant. Not surprisingly, it was she who wrote the book, how to make decisions correctly.
6. Radical Inclusion: What the post-9/11 World Should Have Taught us About Leadership "- Martin Dempsey and Ori Brafman
Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States and Ory Brafman, business consultant, author of the bestseller "The Starfish and the Spider. The unstoppable Power of leaderless organizations", -friends for 10 years. And this friendship has borne fruit, together, they wrote a book about leadership. The authors argue that leaders should be more inclusive, give up control and involve as many people as possible for decision-making.
7. "Dying for a Paycheck" - Jeffrey Pfeffer
The title of the С book quotes for itself. Jeffrey Pfeffer, a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, in his book raises the question of how, and to what health problems lead long hours at work.
8. "Dear Madam President: An open letter to the women who will run the world" - Jennifer Palmieri
This book will be useful to future women leaders. First, the author gives an advice on how a woman president can adapt to a society that is not ready for a women's presidency. And secondly, the book provides insider information about the campaign of Hilary Clinton.
Jennifer Palmieri was one of the main employees of the Clinton campaign in 2016.
9. "On Grand Strategy" - John Lewis Gaddis
American historian, a specialist in the Cold War, a personal professor at Yale University, John Lewis Gaddis, is the author of one of the bestsellers of this year. The author has devoted many chapters of Western history from ancient times to the times of the Second World War in order to assess the extent to which different personalities.
10. A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership "- James Comey
James Comey, former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who was fired by US President Donald Trump, released a scandalous book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, was published on April 17, 2018, which reveals "an unprecedented entrance to the corridors of power."
11. "A Good Time to Be a Girl" - Helena Morrissey
Helena Morrissey, CEO of Newton Investment, the founder of the successful 30% club campaign, mom of nine kids, in her book touches on the topic of the female career, gender inequality and, based on her considerable experience, gives advice on how to remain a woman in the men's business world . Very inspiring.

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