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Career Progress Bücher: Never Eat Alone von Keith Ferrazzi

Never Eat Alone

Keith Ferrazzi
And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time
4.4 (258 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Never Eat Alone?

In Never Eat Alone, Keith Ferrazzi, a successful businessman and marketing expert, takes us through the secrets to successful networking. He focuses on building lasting relationships rather than merely exchanging business cards, which seems to be many people’s idea of networking today. He summarizes his findings in a system of tried and tested methods. 

Wer Never Eat Alone lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to know what really constitutes good networking
  • Anyone who wants to know how to best achieve their goals
  • Anyone with a general interest in career advice and soft skills

Career Progress Bücher: So Good They Can't Ignore You von Cal Newport

So Good They Can't Ignore You

Cal Newport
Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love
4.5 (503 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in So Good They Can't Ignore You?

How can you find a job that you are good at and enjoy? This book advocates the "craftsman mind-set" of patiently developing skills instead of the typical "follow-your-passion" advice, and offers practical solutions to acquiring and maintaining job satisfaction.

Wer So Good They Can't Ignore You lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to know why “follow your passion” is bad advice
  • Anyone interested in alternative routes to job satisfaction and success

Career Progress Bücher: The Success Principles von Jack Canfield

The Success Principles

Jack Canfield
How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be
4.5 (239 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Success Principles?

The Success Principles offers practical and detailed principles to help anyone lead a more successful and fulfilling life. Author Jack Canfield draws upon stories and anecdotes from people who have achieved ambitious goals and experienced what it’s like to be highly successful.

Wer The Success Principles lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to learn proven principles for success
  • Anyone aspiring to lead a more meaningful and fulfilling life
  • Anyone who’s ready to change their routine and pursue their dreams

Career Progress Bücher: Becoming the Boss von Lindsey Pollak

Becoming the Boss

Lindsey Pollak
New Rules for the Next Generation of Leaders
3.6 (35 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Becoming the Boss?

Becoming the Boss presents the potential hurdles for leaders in our modern era and some useful tips on how to tackle them. Pollak explains some fundamental principles that will help anyone to, not only become a leader, but to excel in their new role. Pollak also summarizes some new best practices for managing employees and advises on professional networking and personal growth.

Wer Becoming the Boss lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in startups
  • Young people in leadership roles
  • Anyone studying business

Career Progress Bücher: Do Over von Jon Acuff

Do Over

Jon Acuff
Rescue Monday, Reinvent Your Work, and Never Get Stuck
3.7 (56 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Do Over?

Do Over (2015) explains why drastic change in your career is hardly something to be afraid of – that is, as long as you’ve got the tools you need. These blinks guide you through building up your own Career Savings Account filled with tips and tricks to turn your dead-end job into an opportunity to do something totally new.

Wer Do Over lesen sollte

  • People feeling stuck in their career
  • Those wary of big changes
  • Anyone ready to create a new life for themselves

Career Progress Bücher: Make Change Work for You von Scott Steinberg

Make Change Work for You

Scott Steinberg
Ten Ways to Future-Proof Yourself, Innovate Fearlessly and Succeed Despite Uncertainty
4.1 (74 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Make Change Work for You?

Make Change Work for You offers a searching exploration of why we resist change and why we should instead see it as an opportunity. In examining some of America’s most successful companies and entrepreneurs, the book offers several case studies on how to successfully adapt to change – as an employee, team leader, or even CEO.

Wer Make Change Work for You lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to improve their situation at work
  • Anyone who isn’t perfectly happy with their company’s trajectory
  • Anyone interested in learning how to embrace change

Career Progress Bücher: The Career Playbook von James M. Citrin

The Career Playbook

James M. Citrin
Essential Advice for Today's Aspiring Young Professional
3.9 (69 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Career Playbook?

The Career Playbook (2015) is based on interviews with top professionals as well as a survey of thousands of graduates and young professionals. It offers valuable advice for launching and building a strong career; by acquiring the right skills, building the right network and presenting yourself well, you’ll be on your way in no time.

Wer The Career Playbook lesen sollte

  • People hoping to launch their career
  • Seekers of new job experience and skills
  • Those wanting to stand out among other job candidates

Career Progress Bücher: The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention von Pamela Mitchell

The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention

Pamela Mitchell
Essential Survival Skills for Any Economy
4.3 (41 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention?

The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention (2010) teaches you the career survival skills you need for the twenty-first century economy. No matter what industry you’re trying to break into, this book will help you create a successful roadmap to your goal.

Wer The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention lesen sollte

  • People who dread Monday mornings because they want a new job
  • Those who feel they might have missed their vocation
  • Anyone interested in how job security might look in the twenty-first century

Career Progress Bücher: Grit to Great von Linda Kaplan Thaler & Robin Koval

Grit to Great

Linda Kaplan Thaler & Robin Koval
How Perseverance, Passion, and Pluck Take You from Ordinary to Extraordinary
4.4 (124 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Grit to Great?

Many people have talent, but few become stars in their chosen profession. In Grit to Great (2015), two women at the top of the advertising business offer their guide to developing the resilience and hard graft that will help you succeed.

Wer Grit to Great lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to improve themselves and reach their goals
  • People interested in the psychology of success
  • Entrepreneurs and anyone interested in breaking out on their own

Career Progress Bücher: Stretch von Karie Willyerd and Barbara Mistick


Karie Willyerd and Barbara Mistick
How to Future-Proof Yourself for Tomorrow’s Workplace
3.9 (71 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Stretch?

Stretch (2015) is about the art of growing your career in ways that will make you an in-demand force in an increasingly unpredictable economy. There’s very little you can take for granted in these chaotic times, but there are reliable methods you can use today to help ensure work for you tomorrow. No one wants to be left behind. Be proactive and make yourself indispensable no matter what the future has in store.

Wer Stretch lesen sollte

  • Anyone preparing for the future
  • Entrepreneurs who want to be more adaptable
  • Unemployed people hoping to find new purpose in their work

Career Progress Bücher: Best Job Ever von C. K. Bray

Best Job Ever

C. K. Bray
Rethink Your Career, Redefine Rich, Revolutionize Your Life
3.9 (49 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Best Job Ever?

Best Job Ever (2016) is a guide to making the career change you need to be happy with your professional life. These blinks walk you through the difficult process of switching jobs, changing fields and trying something you’ve always wanted to do, but didn’t know how to start.

Wer Best Job Ever lesen sollte

  • People who want a job that overlaps with their passion and personal goals
  • Anyone who feels the need to make drastic changes to their career path

Career Progress Bücher: Smarter Faster Better von Charles Duhigg

Smarter Faster Better

Charles Duhigg
The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business
4.1 (403 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Smarter Faster Better?

Smarter Faster Better (2016) combines personal stories and business research to show that being productive isn’t just about managing your to-do list, but about making the right choices and maintaining the right mindset. These blinks offer advice on how to stay motivated, keep yourself on track and work in teams effectively to maximize your creativity, productivity and success.

Wer Smarter Faster Better lesen sollte

  • Leaders looking to motivate a team
  • Business people who want to energize a company or employees
  • Anyone with a serious, long-term goal

Career Progress Bücher: Stretch von Scott Sonenshein


Scott Sonenshein
Unlock The Power of Less and Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined
4.1 (37 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Stretch?

Stretch (2017) is your guide to discovering your true creative potential. These blinks will teach you how to identify the resources, both internal and external, that you need to unlock new possibilities, reach for the stars and excel at life.  

Wer Stretch lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs in search of new strategic approaches
  • People who think that more is always better
  • Business people stuck in a creative rut

Career Progress Bücher: The Long View von Brian Fetherstonhaugh

The Long View

Brian Fetherstonhaugh
Career Strategies to Start Strong, Reach High, and Go Far
4.3 (121 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Long View?

The Long View (2016) is a solid guide to building a lasting and meaningful career. Put yourself on the right path by assembling a useful skill set, developing a dynamite personal network and, most importantly, finding a good work-life balance. Work doesn’t have to be miserable and it’s not too late to find a career that can be both emotionally and financially rewarding.

Wer The Long View lesen sollte

  • Readers who want to plan for a prosperous future
  • Young and middle-aged professionals looking to take the next step in their career
  • Anyone approaching their retirement years

Career Progress Bücher: Maximize Your Potential von Jocelyn K. Glei

Maximize Your Potential

Jocelyn K. Glei
Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career
4.1 (85 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Maximize Your Potential?

Maximize Your Potential (2013) is about making the most of your skills, talents and ambition. It offers action-oriented tips and tools that will help you execute your ideas and create an amazing career. Discover the traits and mind-sets of the most productive people and how to unlock your maximum potential.

Wer Maximize Your Potential lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs and company owners
  • Career-minded individuals
  • Creative professionals of all kinds

Career Progress Bücher: What Color is Your Parachute? von Richard N. Bolles

What Color is Your Parachute?

Richard N. Bolles
A Practical Manual For Job-Hunters And Career-Changers
3.7 (78 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in What Color is Your Parachute??

What Color is Your Parachute? (2017) is a practical guide to help you land the job you’re looking for and change your career. Since it was first published in 1970, this book has been a go-to guide for any job hunter, complete with tips on how to sharpen your interview skills and negotiate a solid salary. This newest edition also has invaluable suggestions for how to succeed in today’s digital world.

Wer What Color is Your Parachute? lesen sollte

  • Unemployed people struggling to find a job
  • HR managers who want to better understand today’s job market
  • Readers looking for a better job

Career Progress Bücher: Pivot von Jenny Blake


Jenny Blake
The Only Move That Matters Is Your Next One
4.1 (74 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Pivot?

Pivot (2016) defines the four-step approach for navigating personal career changes and growth. In addition to demonstrating the basic elements of this method, author Jenny Blake shows how it can also be incorporated by managers into their day-to-day business practices.

Wer Pivot lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs or artists planning on making a career change
  • Anyone who feels stuck in their current job
  • Recent graduates trying to make the right career choices

Career Progress Bücher: Reinvent Yourself von James Altucher

Reinvent Yourself

James Altucher
4.2 (366 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Reinvent Yourself?

Reinvent Yourself (2016) shares practical techniques on how to continually reevaluate and readjust your approach to life and to business in order to forge your own path to success. Author James Altucher illustrates how to do this using inspirational stories drawn from the religious leaders, artists and billionaire entrepreneurs from whom he learned the art of self-reinvention.

Wer Reinvent Yourself lesen sollte

  • Unfulfilled professionals who want to start a new career but are too afraid to begin
  • Self-starters who want to learn how to master new skills
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs who are broke and want to find financial freedom

Career Progress Bücher: How Successful People Think von John C. Maxwell

How Successful People Think

John C. Maxwell
Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life
4.3 (674 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in How Successful People Think?

How Successful People Think (2009) argues that success is about attitude. More than just staying positive, John C. Maxwell suggests that if you want to make it, it’s time to start thinking realistically and empathetically. Full of fascinating historical examples and practical advice gleaned from today’s most successful people, this detailed roadmap will help you achieve your goals while avoiding the most common mental pitfalls.

Wer How Successful People Think lesen sollte

  • Those interested in organizational psychology
  • Leaders and businesspeople
  • People looking for a fresh perspective on success

Career Progress Bücher: The Execution Factor von Kim Perell

The Execution Factor

Kim Perell
The One Skill that Drives Success
4.4 (58 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Execution Factor?

The Execution Factor (2018) identifies five traits shared by people who know how to effectively accomplish their dreams and goals. By sharing general principles and specific tips on how to cultivate them, Kim Perell demonstrates how to transform yourself into just such a person.

Wer The Execution Factor lesen sollte

  • Professionals wanting to take their effectiveness to the next level
  • Quarter-life and mid-life crisis experiencers wanting to gain a sense of direction   
  • Dreamers wanting to turn their ideas into realities

Career Progress Bücher: The New Rules of Work von Alexandra Cavoulacos & Kathryn Minshew

The New Rules of Work

Alexandra Cavoulacos & Kathryn Minshew
The Modern Playbook for Navigating Your Career
4.4 (41 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The New Rules of Work?

The New Rules of Work (2017) is the definitive handbook for navigating the modern workplace. Authors Cavoulacos and Minshew recognize that the way we work has changed in tandem with the advancement of technology and that the way we think about career paths has evolved accordingly. Modern workers expect a job to do more than just pay the bills – work has to be fulfilling, too. Their New Rules will help you discover the career that fits you best and give you the tools to succeed in the modern job market – from application to promotion.

Wer The New Rules of Work lesen sollte

  • Students and graduates still unsure of their career path
  • Anybody stuck in a career rut
  • Employees who started their careers under the “old rules” looking to understand the current landscape

Career Progress Bücher: Catalyst von Chandramouli Venkatesan


Chandramouli Venkatesan
The Ultimate Strategies on How to Win at Work and in Life
4.2 (116 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Catalyst?

Catalyst (2018) is the ultimate A to Z guide to navigating one of life’s trickiest journeys: your career. Jam-packed with actionable insights rooted in author Chandramouli Venkatesan’s years of first-hand experience with today’s most successful corporate go-getters, these blinks shed light on key topics from picking the right boss to the value of taking it slow and becoming an effective leader.

Wer Catalyst lesen sollte

  • Ambitious professionals
  • Executives and managers
  • Coaches and work psychologists

Career Progress Bücher: Range von David Epstein


David Epstein
Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World
4.3 (524 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Range?

At a time when many see specialization as the route to success, Range (2019) shows that having broad interests and taking your time to find your focus in life lead to excellence and innovation. Drawing on examples from business, sports, science and human psychology, Range urges us all to stay open-minded and curious.

Wer Range lesen sollte

  • Individuals searching for a purpose in life
  • The intellectually curious
  • Those seeking an unconventional path to success

Career Progress Bücher: Future Fit von Andrea Clarke

Future Fit

Andrea Clarke
How to Stay Relevant and Competitive in the Future of Work
4.5 (116 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Future Fit?

Future Fit (2019) is a guide to remaining relevant and employable in the future. As technological change and new employment models shape the workplace in often unpredictable ways, we risk being left behind if we don’t keep up. This book provides key insights into what the employees and leaders of the future must do to stay ahead.

Wer Future Fit lesen sollte

  • Those keen to prepare themselves for the future
  • CEOs and leaders looking for a head start
  • Anyone interested in tech, business, and science

Career Progress Bücher: Mastering the Game von Sharon E. Jones with Sudheer R. Poluru

Mastering the Game

Sharon E. Jones with Sudheer R. Poluru
Strategies for Career Success
4.2 (60 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Mastering the Game?

Mastering the Game (2018) aims to level the playing field for women and people of color in the world of business – the traditional purview of white men. This book lays bare the unwritten rules of the game and outlines strategies diverse professionals can use to get unstuck at work.

Wer Mastering the Game lesen sollte

  • People who have felt marginalized at work
  • Social activists who want to create a fairer and more inclusive world
  • Allies who want to be even more empathetic

Career Progress Bücher: The Job-Ready Guide von Anastasia de Waal

The Job-Ready Guide

Anastasia de Waal
Employability Skills and Strategies for Career Success
4.1 (40 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Job-Ready Guide?

The Job-Ready Guide (2019) is a helpful roadmap for anyone seeking to get themselves on the first rung of the career ladder. In addition to offering advice on job-searching, writing a compelling resume, and performing well in interviews, it provides insight into what modern employers are really looking for.

Wer The Job-Ready Guide lesen sollte

  • Students leaving college
  • Teachers or mentors wishing to give young people up-to-date career advice
  • Young professionals seeking a change in career

Career Progress Bücher: Late Bloomers von Rich Karlgaard

Late Bloomers

Rich Karlgaard
The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement
4.5 (278 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Late Bloomers?

Late Bloomers (2019) explores why modern society is obsessed with early achievement. It explains the damaging effects a super-charged education can have on young people’s mental health, as well as how our family, our peers, and the media influence the life paths we take. Drawing on his own experiences, author Rich Karlgaard suggests that blooming later in life is not something to be ashamed of, but something to be celebrated instead.

Wer Late Bloomers lesen sollte

  • Anyone feeling stuck in their life and career
  • Parents concerned about the pace of their children’s development
  • Graduates unsure about what to do next

Career Progress Bücher: The Buddha and the Badass von Vishen Lakhiani

The Buddha and the Badass

Vishen Lakhiani
The Secret Spiritual Art of Succeeding at Work
4.4 (414 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Buddha and the Badass?

The Buddha and the Badass (2020) breaks down how to master work and life by drawing on a deep awareness of self and learning how to make an impact. These blinks provide practical steps for bringing real meaning to your work, accomplishing bold missions alongside others, and designing and living your ideal life.

Wer The Buddha and the Badass lesen sollte

  • People who want their work to have meaning and impact
  • Leaders who want to inspire their teams
  • Anyone who wants to transform their personal and professional life

Career Progress Bücher: The Squiggly Career von Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis

The Squiggly Career

Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis
Ditch the Ladder, Embrace Opportunity and Carve Your Own Path Through the Squiggly World of Work
4.5 (200 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Squiggly Career?

The Squiggly Career (2020) covers research and tips on how to best navigate a career full of frequent transitions and modern-day challenges. If we learn to identify our own strengths, values, goals, and motivations, we can apply them more often at work – and notice when they’re being neglected. The authors reveal how to network by helping others, the merits of starting a side project, and how to make the most of the newfound control we have over our careers.

Wer The Squiggly Career lesen sollte

  • Job-hoppers looking for direction
  • College grads wondering what the next step is 
  • Anyone seeking insight into the new job market

Career Progress Bücher: Self-Help That Works von John C. Norcross et al.

Self-Help That Works

John C. Norcross et al.
Resources to Improve Emotional Health and Strengthen Relationships
4.2 (67 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Self-Help That Works?

Self-Help That Works (2013, Fourth Edition) offers the valuable service of taking the top recommendations from mental health professionals in the US and compiling the results in one handy volume. You’ll find which self-help resources the experts recommend on over 40 of the most popular topics.

Wer Self-Help That Works lesen sollte

  • Anyone wondering what the best self-help books are
  • People looking for tips on better living
  • Couples and parents seeking advice

Career Progress Bücher: You're Invited von Jon Levy

You're Invited

Jon Levy
The Art and Science of Cultivating Influence
4.5 (284 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in You're Invited?

You’re Invited (2021) is your guide to creating connections and building communities around what personally matters most. It reveals the key things you need to know about behavioral psychology in order to design events that best fit your business and values – and shows how you can make a real difference in the world.

Wer You're Invited lesen sollte

  • Business leaders looking to create a more supportive company culture
  • Introverts craving connection without the social pressure
  • Social justice activists looking to increase engagement

Career Progress Bücher: Choose Possibility von Sukhinder Singh Cassidy

Choose Possibility

Sukhinder Singh Cassidy
Seek Change, Take Risk, and Thrive (Even When You Fail)
4.6 (108 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Choose Possibility?

Choose Possibility (2021) provides a roadmap to building the smarts and courage it takes to become a master of risk. Drawn from tech leader Sukhinder Singh Cassidy’s winding path through business, it debunks the myth that risk is all about singular, life-altering choices. Instead, it shows how risk-taking is a process, a practice and a skill that can unlock your professional potential.

Wer Choose Possibility lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs, business leaders, and investors
  • People daunted by the unknowns of their work life 
  • Anyone who fears they’ve been too timid or reckless in taking professional risks

Career Progress Bücher: Betting on You von Laurie Ruettimann

Betting on You

Laurie Ruettimann
How to Put Yourself First and (Finally) Take Control of Your Career
4.2 (238 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Betting on You?

Betting on You (2021) is a hands-on guide to navigating the modern workplace. If you’re an employee in a big corporation, it can feel like you have no agency over your work life. But by putting yourself first and changing your mindset about work, you can make big changes right where you are. And if you need to leave your job, you can plan strategically for the next chapter.

Wer Betting on You lesen sollte

  • People looking for more autonomy and purpose in their careers
  • HR departments wanting to up their game
  • Burnt-out entrepreneurs looking to change their work habits

Career Progress Bücher: Career Fear (and how to beat it) von Somi Arian

Career Fear (and how to beat it)

Somi Arian
Get the Perspective, Mindset and Skills You Need to Futureproof Your Work Life
4.1 (76 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Career Fear (and how to beat it)?

Career Fear (and how to beat it) (2020) sounds the alarm on how jobs are rapidly changing due to technological advancements. Taking a historical perspective on the evolution of work cultures, it brings to light the necessary mindset and uniquely human skills to thrive in a future defined by artificial intelligence. 

Wer Career Fear (and how to beat it) lesen sollte

  • Professionals seeking a new career 
  • People interested in the future of work
  • Anyone worrying about their career path

Career Progress Bücher: The Purpose Myth von Charlotte Cramer

The Purpose Myth

Charlotte Cramer
Change the World, Not Your Job
4.4 (228 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Purpose Myth?

The Purpose Myth (2020) dispels the idea that what you do to earn a living should also be your life’s driving purpose. Although many job offers are posted as fulfilling opportunities, the reality of office life remains banal. This book offers clear guidance on how to find the joy and satisfaction that’s too often lacking at work. 

Wer The Purpose Myth lesen sollte

  • People looking to put some purpose back into their lives
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs on the hunt for inspiration
  • Anyone who finds their day job unfulfilling

Career Progress Bücher: The First-Time Manager von Loren B. Belker, Jim McCormick and Gary S. Topchik

The First-Time Manager

Loren B. Belker, Jim McCormick and Gary S. Topchik
The go-to guide with trusted best practices for new managers
4.5 (252 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The First-Time Manager?

The First-Time Manager (1981) is the go-to guide for new managers in any field. Spanning topics from delegation and motivation to hiring and firing, these blinks will equip you with the skills to navigate the realities of managing people so that you can avoid common pitfalls and maximize your success in your new leadership role. 

Wer The First-Time Manager lesen sollte

  • New or aspiring managers
  • Young professionals
  • Management consultants

Career Progress Bücher: The Gap and the Gain von Dan Sullivan with Benjamin Hardy

The Gap and the Gain

Dan Sullivan with Benjamin Hardy
The High Achievers' Guide to Happiness, Confidence, and Success
4.6 (1.777 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Gap and the Gain?

The Gap and the Gain (2021) is a guide to finding happiness and fulfillment inside yourself, instead of constantly hunting for external affirmation. By learning to define your own standards of success, and by measuring your achievement backward, you’ll appreciate how much progress you’ve actually made, and experience renewed motivation in every area of your life.

Wer The Gap and the Gain lesen sollte

  • Undermotivated entrepreneurs 
  • Successful but unfulfilled business people
  • Persistent ruminators who want to learn how to think positively

Career Progress Bücher: The Burnout Fix von Jacinta M. Jiménez

The Burnout Fix

Jacinta M. Jiménez
Overcome Overwhelm, Beat Busy, and Sustain Success in the New World of Work
4.4 (266 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Burnout Fix?

The Burnout Fix (2021) is a practical guide to thriving in the modern workplace. Today’s world of work is characterized by uncertainty, change, and a blurring of lines between home and the office. That’s why it’s essential that employees learn to set healthy boundaries, develop core skills, and make choices that prioritize their well-being. 

Wer The Burnout Fix lesen sollte

  • Innovative leaders who want to create thriving workplaces
  • Exhausted executives looking to regain passion and pleasure in their work
  • Psychology buffs striving to understand the causes of burnout

Career Progress Bücher: Be Where Your Feet Are von Scott O'Neil

Be Where Your Feet Are

Scott O'Neil
Seven Principles to Keep You Present, Grounded, and Thriving
4.1 (259 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Be Where Your Feet Are?

Be Where Your Feet Are (2021) is the distillation of the wisdom that Scott O’Neill has accumulated over the years – as one of America's most successful sports executives, as a husband, and as a father. With advice ranging from failing productively to living in the moment, it presents a few simple tips designed to help you live a richer, happier, and more successful life.

Wer Be Where Your Feet Are lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to live a more focused life
  • All-rounders interested in bettering themselves both at work and at home
  • Ambitious movers and shakers who don’t want to sacrifice peace of mind for success

Career Progress Bücher: Remarkable von David Kronfeld


David Kronfeld
Proven Insights to Accelerate Your Career
4.2 (214 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Remarkable?

Remarkable (2021) is a playbook for professionals looking to advance their careers. It’s not about getting ahead by any means, though. Covering topics like self-promotion, mistakes, and disagreements, it makes a compelling case that the best way to move forward is by staying humble and working with – and for – your team. 

Wer Remarkable lesen sollte

  • Managers and leaders
  • Entrepreneurs and self-starters 
  • Team players

Career Progress Bücher: Twelve and a Half von Gary Vaynerchuk

Twelve and a Half

Gary Vaynerchuk
Leveraging the Emotional Ingredients Necessary for Business Success
4.3 (296 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Twelve and a Half?

Twelve and a Half (2021) is a frank, straight-talking guide to the twelve emotional skills that will bring you success in business and in life. Combining anecdotes from the author’s experience as well as typical business scenarios, it shows how, in the grand scheme of things, “soft” skills can actually be more important than the oft-prioritized “hard” skills. With a strong foundation in emotional intelligence, executives, founders, and entrepreneurs can navigate even the most difficult of situations with poise and confidence.

Wer Twelve and a Half lesen sollte

  • Aspiring entrepreneurs, founders, and executives
  • Employees dissatisfied with their jobs, employers, or lines of work
  • Anyone seeking a quick and dirty guide to emotional intelligence

Career Progress Bücher: Impact Players von Liz Wiseman

Impact Players

Liz Wiseman
How to Take the Lead, Play Bigger, and Multiply Your Impact
4.3 (322 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Impact Players?

Impact Players (2021) uncovers the qualities of the most indispensable players in a team or organization, and breaks down the mindset that sets these influential individuals apart from the rest. Drawing on insights from top industry leaders, it shows how to leverage the approaches used by influential professionals to multiply your own impact in the workplace.

Wer Impact Players lesen sollte

  • Aspiring leaders
  • Business owners and entrepreneurs
  • Organization development professionals

Career Progress Bücher: The Lost Art of Connecting von Susan McPherson

The Lost Art of Connecting

Susan McPherson
The Gather, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships
4.3 (82 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Lost Art of Connecting?

The Lost Art of Connection (2021) is about building more authentic relationships at work and in life. It shows how professional networking doesn’t always have to be transactional, and offers the three-step Gather, Ask, Do method for building meaningful relationships and breaking down the technological barriers to deeper human connection.

Wer The Lost Art of Connecting lesen sollte

  • Professionals who want to expand their network
  • People who want to improve their interpersonal skills
  • Anyone who wants to deepen their relationships with others

Career Progress Bücher: The Success Trap von Amina Aitsi-Selmi

The Success Trap

Amina Aitsi-Selmi
Why Good People Stay in Jobs They Don't Like and How to Break Free
4.2 (285 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Success Trap?

The Success Trap (2020) explains why so many talented, high-achieving people feel stuck in their jobs, despite their success. It also explains how to break out of this trap and embrace the many opportunities that the modern world of work has to offer.

Wer The Success Trap lesen sollte

  • Successful people who still feel unfulfilled
  • Professionals heading down a path they’re not sure about
  • Freethinkers stuck in predictable jobs

Career Progress Bücher: Flux von April Rinne


April Rinne
8 Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change
4.0 (171 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Flux?

Flux (2021) offers a mindset to transform your relationship with change from fear to hope. Whether you’re overwhelmed by the pandemic, facing the end of a relationship, or anxious about climate change, these blinks detail eight essential practices for navigating change both personally and professionally.

Wer Flux lesen sollte

  • People whose lives have been upended by the pandemic
  • Anyone who struggles with anxiety
  • Professionals who want to learn flexibility

Career Progress Bücher: Quit von Annie Duke


Annie Duke
The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away
4.5 (261 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Quit?

Quit (2022) makes the case for an undervalued and important skill that can lead to success: knowing when to bow out. It lends nuance to the old-school advice that grit and perseverance are necessary to achieve goals – and offers a manual on how to quit, even when it’s difficult. 

Wer Quit lesen sollte

  • People facing a big decision or planning ahead for a major life change 
  • Highly motivated people who find the prospect of quitting appalling
  • Those stuck in a career or project that feels like a dead end

Career Progress Bücher: Illogical von Emmanuel Acho


Emmanuel Acho
Saying Yes to a Life Without Limits
3.8 (222 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Illogical?

Illogical (2022) is the story of how Emmanuel Acho, former pro football player turned media star, decided to take the illogical path to fulfill his potential and his dreams. Instead of following society’s rules, expectations, and constraints, he decided to break all of them –⁠ and in doing so, he became what he is today. And guess what? You can do the same.

Wer Illogical lesen sollte

  • Dreamers looking for advice on how to achieve their goals
  • People who want to change careers but feel nervous about taking the next step
  • Anyone feeling a little lost in life

Career Progress Bücher: Make No Small Plans von Elliott Bisnow, Brett Leve, Jeff Rosenthal and Jeremy Schwartz

Make No Small Plans

Elliott Bisnow, Brett Leve, Jeff Rosenthal and Jeremy Schwartz
Lessons on Thinking Big, Chasing Dreams, and Building Community
4.1 (296 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Make No Small Plans?

Make No Small Plans (2022) is the inside story of how a group of young entrepreneurs created one of the world’s most exciting platforms for global events and conferences – the Summit Series. This isn’t just a chance for them to recount their company’s history, though. Packed with actionable takeaways and business wisdom, this is a book designed to inspire readers on their own entrepreneurial journeys.

Wer Make No Small Plans lesen sollte

  • Recent graduates unsure which path they should follow
  • Entrepreneurs and self-starters looking for inspiration
  • Anyone interested in building better business relationships

Career Progress Bücher: The Power of Choice von Michael C. Hyter

The Power of Choice

Michael C. Hyter
Embracing Efficacy to Drive Your Career
4.3 (168 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Power of Choice?

The Power of Choice (2020) is a guide for professionals who are underrepresented in their fields or who are struggling to fit into their workplace cultures. Drawing on a practical set of principles, it shows how anyone can navigate setbacks at work by embracing personal responsibility. It also includes tips on how to improve self-confidence and mobilize professional relationships for long-term career growth.

Wer The Power of Choice lesen sollte

  • Professionals with underrepresented identities and backgrounds
  • Managers and leaders seeking to become more influential
  • Career-driven individuals who are interested in self-improvement

Career Progress Bücher: Disrupting the Game von Reggie Fils-Aimé

Disrupting the Game

Reggie Fils-Aimé
From the Bronx to the Top of Nintendo
4.3 (188 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Disrupting the Game?

Disrupting the Game (2022) tells the inspiring story of Reggie Fils-Aimé’s unlikely rise to the top of the video game industry – charting his journey from growing up as a kid in the Bronx to becoming president and COO of Nintendo of America. Along the way, it shares the lessons he learned about leadership and charting a career path.

Wer Disrupting the Game lesen sollte

  • Leaders and professionals feeling stuck in the wrong roles
  • Business students and recent graduates
  • Anyone wanting inspiration to level up their career

Career Progress Bücher: The Lemonade Life von Zack Friedman

The Lemonade Life

Zack Friedman
How to Fuel Success, Create Happiness, and Conquer Anything
4.5 (536 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Lemonade Life?

The Lemonade Life (2019) is a hands-on guide to living life by design. It argues that most people settle for drudgery in their work, and make excuses for why things aren’t going to plan. But, in the end, the only person who can turn things around is you. If you’re willing to be authentic and bold in pursuit of your goals, you can live a life of fulfillment and adventure. The Lemonade Life demonstrates how to take practical steps to turn your dreams into reality.

Wer The Lemonade Life lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs itching for new tools to achieve their dreams
  • Anyone who hates their job and wants to make a change but doesn’t know how
  • Lifelong learners interested in new strategies for improving their lives

Career Progress Bücher: The Pursuit of Excellence von Ryan Hawk

The Pursuit of Excellence

Ryan Hawk
The Uncommon Behaviors of the World's Most Productive Achievers
4.7 (919 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Pursuit of Excellence?

The Pursuit of Excellence (2022) offers a thoughtful approach on how to become the best, most excellent version of yourself. Compiling wisdom from hundreds of interviews with world renowned experts and entrepreneurs, the author lays out the best habits and practices that anyone can use to improve their career and their lives.

Wer The Pursuit of Excellence lesen sollte

  • Anyone eager to raise their game and find more satisfaction in life
  • People looking for tips on how to achieve more in their career
  • Leaders and entrepreneurs eager to perform better

Career Progress Bücher: The Journey Beyond Fear von John Hagel III

The Journey Beyond Fear

John Hagel III
Leverage the Three Pillars of Positivity to Build Your Success
4.1 (295 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Journey Beyond Fear?

The Journey Beyond Fear (2021) is a guide to overcoming fear and reaching your full potential. During his 40-year career in Silicon Valley, Hagel has identified three practical tools that anyone can benefit from. Here, he explains exactly how to use them, so you can make the most of exciting new opportunities in your professional and personal life.

Wer The Journey Beyond Fear lesen sollte

  • Business people looking for motivation, inspiration or direction
  • People who want to overcome fear to achieve their full potential
  • Anyone interested in the opportunities offered by learning platforms

Career Progress Bücher: Managing Oneself von Peter F. Drucker

Managing Oneself

Peter F. Drucker
4.1 (417 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Managing Oneself?

Managing Oneself (1999) was originally published in Harvard Business Review. It’s a guide to identifying your strengths and weaknesses, understanding how you perform, and recognizing your values. In doing so, you can transform yourself from an ordinary worker into an outstanding performer.

Wer Managing Oneself lesen sollte

  • Drucker devotees
  • Career optimizers
  • Anyone who wants to capitalize on their strengths

Career Progress Bücher: Strategize to Win von Carla A. Harris

Strategize to Win

Carla A. Harris
The New Way to Start Out, Step Up, or Start Over in Your Career
4.4 (77 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Strategize to Win?

Strategize to Win (2014) is a step-by-step guide for early to mid-level employees trying to plot a successful career trajectory in the modern workplace. It reimagines the professional life cycle as a marathon – where everyone takes responsibility to acquire the skills and experiences that prepare them for multiple roles, with each role treated as a natural progression toward their dream job.

Wer Strategize to Win lesen sollte

  • Anyone at the start of their professional career
  • Midlife professionals trying to reassess and transform their careers
  • Professionals trying to start over and change their career trajectory

Career Progress Bücher: You Coach You von Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis

You Coach You

Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis
How to Overcome Challenges at Work and Take Control of Your Career
4.5 (365 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in You Coach You?

You Coach You (2022) is a guide to being your own coach for maximum career success and happiness. With practical guides, questions that help you think about who you are at work, and fun exercises, the authors show you how you can be your own best cheerleader and guide. 

Wer You Coach You lesen sollte

  • Anyone who is looking to improve their happiness at work
  • Anyone who is stuck in their career and looking for growth
  • Anyone who wants to change gears at work

Career Progress Bücher: Start, Stay, or Leave von Trey Gowdy

Start, Stay, or Leave

Trey Gowdy
The Art of Decision Making
4.3 (73 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Start, Stay, or Leave?

Start, Stay, or Leave (2023) provides practical advice for individuals at any stage of their career who are seeking guidance on how to make informed and fulfilling career decisions. Doing so relies on the importance of self-awareness, defining one's purpose and values, and creating a clear plan for achieving one's goals. 

Wer Start, Stay, or Leave lesen sollte

  • People looking to start a new career
  • Workaholics trying to adjust their priorities
  • Anyone looking for advice on how to make life’s big decisions

Career Progress Bücher: Never Finished von David Goggins

Never Finished

David Goggins
Unshackle Your Mind and Win the War Within
4.5 (1.077 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Never Finished?

Never Finished (2022) is your guide to transforming into the person you never imagined you could be. It shares stories of setbacks and lessons learned that you can use to power through life's unending challenges.

Wer Never Finished lesen sollte

  • Injured athletes looking for motivation
  • Midlifers seeking a challenge
  • Anyone seeking to maximize their potential

Career Progress Bücher: Next! von Joanne Lipman


Joanne Lipman
The Power of Reinvention in Life and Work
4.0 (91 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Next!?

Next! (2023) is an inspiring guide to personal reinvention. With insights from scientific research and real-life success stories, it provides practical steps to implement meaningful change in life and work.

Wer Next! lesen sollte

  • Tenacious scholars
  • Aspiring creatives
  • Visionary millennials

Career Progress Bücher: Fierce Conversations von Susan Scott

Fierce Conversations

Susan Scott
Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time
3.7 (496 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Fierce Conversations?

Fierce Conversations (2002) is a practical guide to having authentic, powerful conversations that can change the trajectory of your life. It uses anecdotes, practical techniques, and assignments to illustrate how conversations are the cornerstone of relationships.

Wer Fierce Conversations lesen sollte

  • Managers, people leaders, and employers
  • People looking to improve their communication skills
  • Anyone trying to repair a relationship

Career Progress Bücher: Magic Words von Jonah Berger

Magic Words

Jonah Berger
What to Say to Get Your Way
4.6 (1.295 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Magic Words?

Magic Words (2023) teaches you how to use the power of language to achieve your goals. Want to win an argument, nail a job interview, or get your child to clean up after themselves? This guide reveals the magical yet scientifically proven words that may make all the difference.

Wer Magic Words lesen sollte

  • People interested in psychology and language
  • Anyone wondering which words to use to market themselves or their product
  • Anyone who wants to become better at (public) speaking

Career Progress Bücher: Sully von Chesley B. Sullenberger III & Jeffrey Zaslow


Chesley B. Sullenberger III & Jeffrey Zaslow
My Search for What Really Matters
4.6 (9 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Sully?

Sully (2009) chronicles the remarkable life journey of the pilot who landed US Airways Flight 1549 on New York's Hudson River, ensuring the safety of all on board. The memoir sheds light on his unwavering dedication, the significance of readiness, and the profound lessons from his military and aviation careers. Through his experiences, the book emphasizes the enduring values that can guide individuals through times of adversity and uncertainty.

Wer Sully lesen sollte

  • Fans of aviation and heroic true stories
  • Autobiography enthusiasts
  • Readers seeking inspiration in challenging times

Career Progress Bücher: The Motive von Patrick M. Lencioni

The Motive

Patrick M. Lencioni
Why So Many Leaders Abdicate Their Most Important Responsibilities
4.2 (17 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Motive?

The Motive (2020) dives into the importance of leaders having a strong and clear drive for their work. Centered around two fundamental motives, it guides leaders to recognize their genuine intentions and adopt responsibility-driven leadership for the good of their organizations.

Wer The Motive lesen sollte

  • Aspiring leaders wanting to know the essence of genuine leadership.
  • Managers seeking self-improvement
  • Advocates for selfless, service-oriented leadership.

Career Progress Bücher: The Way Up von Errol L. Pierre with Jim Jermanok

The Way Up

Errol L. Pierre with Jim Jermanok
Climbing the Corporate Mountain as a Professional of Color
4.3 (10 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Way Up?

The Way Up (2022) is a career guidebook that provides professionals of color with empowering advice on climbing the corporate ladder. Drawing on interviews and lived experience, it tackles topics like expanding networks, overcoming impostor syndrome, and securing executive mentors. With motivating wisdom and practical strategies, it shows how to navigate workplace challenges and fulfill your leadership potential.

Wer The Way Up lesen sollte

  • Professionals of color 
  • Managers wanting to support diversity 
  • Leaders from diverse communities 

Career Progress Bücher: Hidden Genius von Polina Marinova Pompliano

Hidden Genius

Polina Marinova Pompliano
The secret ways of thinking that power the world's most successful people
4.2 (37 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Hidden Genius?

Hidden Genius (2023) compiles insightful and surprising lessons from some of the world’s most innovative, creative, and successful people. It goes on to unpack the mental frameworks through which these remarkable people see the world – and to show how you can use these frameworks to unlock your own potential.

Wer Hidden Genius lesen sollte

  • Creatives who want to take their practice to the next level
  • Leaders who want to inspire their teams
  • Anyone who feels they’re not living up to their potential

Career Progress Bücher: Show Your Worth von Shelmina Babai Abji

Show Your Worth

Shelmina Babai Abji
8 Intentional Strategies for Women to Emerge as Leaders at Work
4.3 (84 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Show Your Worth?

Show Your Worth (2022) argues that defining success is a personal journey, one where you shape your own path. It's a guide to crafting a unique success story, understanding the value of your authenticity, and becoming a leader in your own life.

Wer Show Your Worth lesen sollte

  • Women at the start of their careers wondering what their roadmap should be
  • Professional women who want to move their career to the next level
  • Women with a seat in the boardroom who want to define leadership on their own terms

Career Progress Bücher: Future Skills von Bernard Marr

Future Skills

Bernard Marr
The 20 Skills and Competencies Everyone Needs to Succeed in a Digital World
3.8 (100 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Future Skills?

Future Skills (2022) outlines 20 core skills that will be essential for success in an increasingly digital world. From digital literacy to social media awareness, these competencies can benefit anyone regardless of career focus or life goals.

Wer Future Skills lesen sollte

  • Those worried about the AI revolution and its impact on the future of work 
  • Career optimizers seeking practical advice for the next digital age
  • Anyone looking for a competitive edge in an increasingly automated world

Career Progress Bücher: Influence and Impact von Bill Berman & George Bradt

Influence and Impact

Bill Berman & George Bradt
Discover and Excel at What Your Organization Needs From You The Most
4.4 (118 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Influence and Impact?

Influence and Impact (2021) offers a practical guide for professionals seeking to build their influence within organizations. Drawing on proven coaching techniques, it provides frameworks, stories, and solutions to help you evaluate your strengths, develop critical skills, and determine what roles will maximize your effectiveness.

Wer Influence and Impact lesen sollte

  • Professionals seeking to advance their careers through developing leadership abilities
  • Managers looking to improve their skills and better motivate their teams
  • Individual contributors aiming to increase their impact and influence within their organizations

Career Progress Bücher: Standout 2.0 von Marcus Buckingham

Standout 2.0

Marcus Buckingham
Assess Your Strengths, Find Your Edge, Win at Work
3.0 (24 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Standout 2.0?

StandOut 2.0 (2015) delves into the nuances of individual strengths and how to harness them for career success. Building on an assessment tool, the book identifies nine strength roles and offers actionable advice to help individuals find their talents and win at work. Through the identification and application of these strengths, individuals and teams alike can find their edge, achieve heightened productivity, and stand out in work and in life.

Wer Standout 2.0 lesen sollte

  • Professionals pursuing strengths-based development
  • Managers enhancing team dynamics
  • Career-seekers looking to identify unique strengths

Career Progress Bücher: What They Teach You at Harvard Business School von Philip Delves Broughton

What They Teach You at Harvard Business School

Philip Delves Broughton
My Two Years Inside The Cauldron of Capitalism
3.7 (278 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in What They Teach You at Harvard Business School?

What They Teach You at Harvard Business School (2008) is a candid insider's view into one of the world’s most prestigious business schools, providing insights into its curriculum, culture, and impact on students' lives. Through case studies, math, and unsolicited advice, it follows one unlikely student’s memorable experience obtaining this coveted MBA, revealing both the strengths and shortcomings of the HBS education along the way.

Wer What They Teach You at Harvard Business School lesen sollte

  • Business and marketing students
  • Those curious about the inner workings of the world-renowned Harvard Business School
  • Anyone considering doing an MBA

Career Progress Bücher: The Winner Effect von Ian H. Robertson

The Winner Effect

Ian H. Robertson
The Science of Success and How to Use It
3.8 (34 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in The Winner Effect?

The Winner Effect (2012) reveals how intrinsic motivation and resilience can drive individuals to remarkable success. It explores the transformative power of grit and the nuanced influences of power, offering insights into balancing confidence and humility. Delve in and discover how your efforts and tenacity shape your destiny.

Wer The Winner Effect lesen sollte

  • Aspiring leaders seeking personal growth and success
  • Psychology enthusiasts exploring intrinsic motivation
  • Professionals pursuing effective leadership skills

Career Progress Bücher: Writing for Busy Readers von Todd Rogers & Jessica Lasky-Fink

Writing for Busy Readers

Todd Rogers & Jessica Lasky-Fink
Communicate More Effectively in the Real World
4.2 (10 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Writing for Busy Readers?

Writing for Busy Readers (2023) is a guide to writing effectively in the digital age. Based on research in behavioral science, it provides you with six principles for writing messages that are clear, concise, and engaging – even for busy readers.

Wer Writing for Busy Readers lesen sollte

  • Digital content writers aiming to enhance their work’s readability
  • Anyone who wants to write more effectively
  • Aspiring writers seeking modern guidance

Career Progress Bücher: I'm Not Yelling von Elizabeth Leiba

I'm Not Yelling

Elizabeth Leiba
A Black Woman's Guide to Navigating the Workplace
4.0 (2 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in I'm Not Yelling?

I’m Not Yelling (2022) is part memoir, part tactical guide for Black women navigating corporate America. Filled with anecdotes and statistical data, it highlights the unique challenges Black women face in the workplace, and offers a range of reflections, strategies, and affirmations to empower you to step into your full potential. 

Wer I'm Not Yelling lesen sollte

  • Black businesswomen and female entrepreneurs 
  • Anyone wanting to educate themselves on the Black experience in America 
  • Individuals of minority groups committed to reclaiming their voice in the workplace 

Career Progress Bücher: Playing to Win von A.G. Lafley & Roger L. Martin

Playing to Win

A.G. Lafley & Roger L. Martin
How Strategy Really Works
3.5 (59 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Playing to Win?

Playing to Win (2013) introduces a strategic framework that illustrates how companies can achieve success by making deliberate and well-considered choices. It delves into the "Five Choices Framework," detailing essential decisions that leaders must make to develop winning strategies. Using real-world examples, it emphasizes that a disciplined approach to strategy can create sustainable competitive advantage and turn companies into industry leaders.

Wer Playing to Win lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs looking to refine their business strategy for market dominance
  • Business students curious about practical strategic frameworks used by leading corporations
  • Start-up founders looking to position their ventures for success in competitive markets

Career Progress Bücher: Nine Lies About Work von Marcus Buckingham & Ashley Goodall

Nine Lies About Work

Marcus Buckingham & Ashley Goodall
A Freethinking Leader’s Guide to the Real World
3.7 (30 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Nine Lies About Work?

Nine Lies About Work (2019) challenges common beliefs and practices in the workplace, proposing that many widely accepted truths about work are actually misconceptions. It aims to shift our understanding of work, advocating for a focus on individual strengths, the importance of the team, and the intrinsic love of work.

Wer Nine Lies About Work lesen sollte

  • Managers seeking to improve team dynamics and performance
  • Employees looking to enhance their work experience and productivity
  • Anyone interested in reevaluating and challenging traditional workplace practices and beliefs

Career Progress Bücher: Elite Sales Strategies von Anthony Iannarino

Elite Sales Strategies

Anthony Iannarino
A Guide to Being One-Up, Creating Value, and Becoming Truly Consultative
3.5 (17 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Elite Sales Strategies?

Elite Sales Strategies (2022) is a guide designed to catapult you from being a typical salesperson to a trusted consultant. It dives into the One-Up strategy that not only sells but also connects and provides value to clients.

Wer Elite Sales Strategies lesen sollte

  • Salespeople seeking to progress from average to elite through new strategies
  • Seasoned sales pros wanting to sharpen their skills and learn modern tactics
  • Anyone into sales

Career Progress Bücher: $100M Leads von Alex Hormozi

$100M Leads

Alex Hormozi
How to Get Strangers to Want to Buy Your Stuff
4.0 (23 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in $100M Leads?

$100M Leads (2023) is a proven playbook for attracting more leads than you’ll know what to do with. Through step-by-step frameworks and cutting-edge tactics, it shows you how to build self-sustaining marketing machines that convert at record rates.

Wer $100M Leads lesen sollte

  • Fledgling founders who want to make their dream business work
  • Experienced entrepreneurs who struggle with advertising and marketing
  • Seasoned salespeople who want to level up their strategies

Career Progress Bücher: Human + Machine von Paul R. Daugherty & H. James Wilson

Human + Machine

Paul R. Daugherty & H. James Wilson
Reimagining Work in the Age of AI
3.3 (22 Rezensionen)

Worum geht's in Human + Machine?

Human + Machine (2018) explores the transformative impact of artificial intelligence on the workforce, presenting a vision where human and machine collaboration enhances innovation, efficiency, and productivity. It delves into the changing landscape of various industries due to AI integration, emphasizing the new skills and roles that will become essential.

Wer Human + Machine lesen sollte

  • Business leaders looking to integrate artificial intelligence into their operations
  • Technology enthusiasts 
  • Students and recent graduates looking to prepare for and navigate the future job market

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