Do you need a hand? These fourteen career development books will show you how you can move your job goals in the right direction.
People who get stuff done share at least seven common traits. In by Stephen R. Covey, you’ll learn what the seven practices are and how you can acquire them.
Though ruling a nation might not be your career goal, you can glean a lot of wisdom from , a translation of Meditations written by Marcus Aurelius, which includes some “unique features for contemporary readers.”
Sheryl Sandberg, former chief of staff for the United States Treasury Department and author of , has also held prominent positions at hugely successful companies such as Google and Facebook. If you like your advice to contain a combination of hard evidence, humor, and personal anecdotes, this is the career guide for you.
According to the Washington Post, by Sophia Amoruso is “Lean In for misfits.” Sophia didn’t start her career with a Harvard education as Sheryl Sandberg did; instead, she worked her way up from petty thief to eBayer to . . . well, read the book and find out!
Every female leader has pearls of wisdom to share with her counterparts. Grace Bonney compiles the best of the best in her book .
If you’re a minority looking to advance, there are some realities you’ll have to face. by Keith R. Wyche gives practical advice for dealing with unique challenges in the workplace.
Authors Richard L. Zweigenhaft and G. William Domhoff examine the personal histories of talented modern forerunners in the world of business in . What imitable factors lead to their success?
For People with Disabilities
includes interactive worksheets so readers can assess their strengths and weaknesses. After all, according to author Paula Reuben Viellet, you have to know who you are now before you develop a plan for improvement.
For Recent Graduates
If you’re a new graduate, you probably have lots of dreams, but you may not know how to realize them. In , professor Cal Newport tells you why you shouldn’t follow your passion . . . and what you should follow instead.
Those who land a job after college may be wondering, “Now what?” Emily Bennington and Skip Lineberg demystify the process of climbing the corporate ladder in .
For Science and Math-Lovers
An algorithm is a set of rules a computer follows to solve a problem or equation. by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths explores what your life would be like if used the same rigorous standards for challenges and decisions.
In , athlete-turned-author Shawn Stevenson answers this question: Can sleeping differently affect your career development? Try a fourteen-day sleep makeover before you make up your mind about the link between sleep and success!
Martin Seligman, the author of , shares a lifetime of psychological research along with absorbing stories and “flashes of brilliance,” says fellow psychologist and author Sonja Lyubomirsky. If you enjoyed his previous books Learned Optimism and Authentic Happiness, you won’t want to miss his new offering.
What were you born to do? You may find out if you read by Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool. Their findings from studying virtuosos in diverse fields will change everything you think you know about innate skill.
Which book on this list interests you the most? Here’s a goal you can accomplish today: Acquire a copy! The sooner you start reading, the sooner you can use the expert advice to reach your career goals.