Intelligent Leadership (Book Review)

UpstartHR

Awhile back I reviewed the book Talent Leadership by John Mattone and really liked it. I was able to get a copy of the author’s latest book , Intelligent Leadership: What You Need to Know to Unlock Your Full Potential, and enjoyed it as well.

5 Business Lessons Learned from Adult Dot to Dot Books

HR Bartender

You remember dot to dot books, right? I’ve started seeing articles about the emergence of adult dot to dot books , both as an alternative to adult coloring and in addition to. Whether that’s deep breathing, guided sessions on your smartphone, or dot to dot books.

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Employee Wellness: Give Your Employees Options

HR Bartender

We haven’t updated our furniture in a while – well, except for my Herman Miller office chair – and we think we’re due. I really learned how different office exercise furniture is, and the need to have wellness options, when the good folks at FlexiSpot sent me a Deskcise Pro.

6 Things I Learned Writing a Book

HR Bartender

I have wanted to write a book for years. Well, patience paid off. I’ve finished my first book – Essential Meeting Blueprints for Managers. Writing a book is a very interesting experience. There are many reasons to write a book: money, experience, etc.

How to Leverage Data to Better Your Employees' Health Benefits Selection

Speaker: Darrell Moon, CEO, Orriant

We need to shift away from the focus on purchasing healthcare and instead, focus on how we can create health for our employees. By incorporating dashboards in our benefits selection process, we can watch for trends in benefits and leverage that data to lower costs, retain employees, and attract new talent. Join Darrell Moon, CEO of Orriant, to learn if your benefits selection is meeting your employees' needs.

8 Inspirational Books Each Woman Should Read in 2020

Take It Personel-ly

Choosing the right book for your mood or current emotional state can be truly beneficial for you. That’s why you should always think before you choose your next book. Reading is a great source of motivation, inspiration, and knowledge.

Book Review of Coaching Perspectives IX

Center for Coaching

Each chapter in this book is an individual read – ideal for taking a few minutes to gain new insights and learn. Summary – The chapters of the book include: The Symbiotic Relationship of Being and Doing.

3 Great Leadership Books

Conscious Culture Group

As an executive coach, I am often asked by my clients for books that will provide them with tools or insights into specific development topics. The right book can shape how a leader thinks and how they will lead. I hope this blog inspires you to read or listen to more books.

5 Business Lessons Learned From Adult Coloring Books

HR Bartender

One of the ideas I heard was adult coloring books. So when Free Period Press offered to send me a coloring book, I jumped at the chance to see firsthand what coloring would bring. The post 5 Business Lessons Learned From Adult Coloring Books appeared first on hr bartender.

The Front Line Leader (Video Book Review)

UpstartHR

In short: this book is one of the best and most interesting that I have read in several years. 20 other notes from the book. In order as I ran across them in the book, here are some of my notes. Reward people of all levels if the company is doing well.

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Discover 4 Use Cases for Applying AI to Your Recruiting Processes

Awesome - you are all booked for. Yes I do Well, I was hoping for more training. Well, I was hoping for more training. The next. wave of. AI-led. recruiting Four ways machines are enabling their. human counterparts to hire smarter. 2A lly O | T h e n ex t.

My New Kindle Book is Live!

UpstartHR

Well, that problem is solved. :-) I recently put together this collection of stories about running, business, and life. A special thanks goes out to those that responded to my recent survey and allowed me to highlight them in the book. The post My New Kindle Book is Live!

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25 Books I Liked Reading in 2019

Thrive Global

As the year nears completion I wanted to share some of the books I enjoyed reading this year. I would say this year has been one of the best in terms of terrific books. Please check out my favorite books of 2019 below. However, I found this to be quiet well researched.

7 HRM Books that Every HR Professional Should Read

Digital HR Tech

In this article, we will list 7 must-read HRM books that will help you do your job better – whether you’re an experienced HR professional or just getting started in the HR field. We decided to include both study books and more popular books. That’s what this book is all about.

5 Books I Enjoyed Reading in 2019

Thrive Global

My goal for this year was to read 60 books in 2019. In fact, right now I am engaged in a lengthy book entitled Churchill Walking with Destiny , by Andrew Roberts. The book is nearly 1000 pages long, and I have read about 700 pages so far. I truly love this book.

Measure What Matters Book Review – Announcing The Reflektive Book Club

Reflektive

We’ve noticed a lot of buzz around Doerr’s latest book, “Measure What Matters, How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRs,” so we wanted to distill the key takeaways on the importance of OKRs for your organization. In the second half of the book, Doerr includes Google’s real OKR playbook as well as numerous other resources to help you customize and build your OKR structure. ——– Introducing the Reflektive Book Club!

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Leadership Reading List-Why Every Book is Different

UpstartHR

No thanks, I read a book on leadership already. Someone dropped that comment in a conversation recently, and I wanted to take some time today to dispel this notion about leadership books, courses, content, etc. Well, neither does bathing. Words-Speak well of others.

Meditation Books Recommended by Meditation Teachers

Thrive Global

Clay Hamilton’s new book, How Do You Meditate? In the book the meditation teachers recommend over 60 meditation books which they have enjoyed and commonly recommend to others. The book is available now at Amazon in paperback and ebook.

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The Best New Books on Employee Engagement

Reflektive

Books are a great way to obtain just that from thought leaders and influencers. In fact, one study of nearly 2,000 professionals found that 42% felt more confident doing their job after reading books on a related subject. With that in mind, we’ve listed below five of the latest and greatest employee engagement books that every leader should read: 1. Authors Glenn Elliott and Debra Corey bring a wealth of experience to their 2018 book on employee engagement.

Book Review: The Self-Evolved Leader

Workplace Psychology

In Part 3 of the book, McKeown discusses the five key leadership disciplines of self-evolved leaders: 1. 11) that guides you in charting your own journey to becoming a Self-Evolved Leader as well as implementing the practices within your own team. McKeown ends the book (in Ch.

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Books Every Professional Woman Should Read

HR Digest

Well, that can happen! We bring to you books which every professional and career-minded woman should read once in their lifetime. These books offer valuable insight into ways to accomplish professional dreams: The Confidence Code by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman.

Time Management: A Book Review

RecognizeThis!

Over the years, I’ve become a fan of research and recommendations from the likes of Tony Schwartz and his Energy Project as well as studies showing multi-tasking makes us less productive rather than more. Books book review Kevin Kruse time managementby Derek Irvine.

20 Best Books for HR Professionals

Kazoo

Read this book to learn how to measure, analyze, and manage the best HR practices. Why it made the list: Pick up this book if you’re just getting started with HR analytics, or you know you need to improve your current practices. Read this book to get practical advice on doing it well.

A Guidebook for Building a Human Workplace (A book review)

RecognizeThis!

And now friend and repeat WorkHuman speaker Andy Swann has written the book on it – “The Human Workplace.” Andy elegantly outlines these and other critical elements of connection, which I highlight below along with key quotations from the book to illustrate. By Derek Irvine.

Leadership in the Crucible of Work (Book Review)

UpstartHR

Today we have book review on Leadership in the Crucible of Work: Discovering the Interior Life of an Authentic Leader by Sandy Shugart, PhD ( Amazon ). The book was interesting, and I read it like I mentioned in my previous post on reading for leaders. General Book Review Leadership

Well-Being in the Time of Coronavirus

Thrive Global

“Nature spontaneously keeps us well. But not a lot is being said about how to support our own well-being in this time of Coronavirus. Reading good books and watching good films and TV series are absolutely on my list of things to do during this time of social distancing.

Book Review – An Introduction to Management Consultancy

Workplace Psychology

An Introduction to Management Consultancy by Marc Baaij is a book that really pulls back the curtains and reveals the inner workings of management consultancies. I have never seen a book about management consulting like this before. Clients may manipulate consultants as well.”

Well-being vs well-off

Thrive Global

Well-off refers to financial wealth, having more than enough to cover basic living costs. Being well-off does not mean you have wellbeing, much like how money doesn’t buy you happiness! They didn’t trade off their wellbeing in a quest to become well-off.

how to vent responsibly (and win a free book!)

Ask a Manager

I really liked the “rules for venting” in Rachel Wilkerson Miller’s new book, The Art of Showing Up: How to Be There for Yourself and Your People. In fact, I really liked the whole book. Available wherever books are sold.

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30+ Books on Working Human

WorkHuman

Here’s a fun stat for my fellow literary nerds: Iceland publishes more books per capita than any other country in the world. Iceland is so well-read, in fact, that it has a national tradition named Jolabokaflod: “Christmas Book Flood.” By Sarah Payne —.

4 Great Books to Read on Your July 4th Holiday

Reflektive

With the 4th of July around the corner, hopefully you’re looking forward to some well-deserved time off. Bonus: they’re all available as e-books or hardcopies for under $20! . This book comes recommended by our customer marketing manager, Audrey Zigmond.

6 Books on Technology, Leadership, Success, Business to Kick off 2020

Thrive Global

I have read a few books at the start of the year across various topics like technology, motivation, success and leadership among others. Most of them are business books which is my preferred genre. Here are the 6 books I liked and will surely kick off 2020 on a positive note.

Books to strengthen your mind & spiritual muscles

Thrive Global

And the best way to learn is to read about them in the books. A short book in which every word is a magic. If you want to start your journey of self-development & build your mind muscles, this is the book to start with. This book is for both, men and women.

Averbook: How HR is writing the book on coronavirus

HRExecutive

We’re part of the history book and we’re part of writing the next book, all at once. As a business owner, one of the most fascinating things about the pandemic and its global impact is that there is no book written about this situation. Writing the New Book: Onboarding.

#DisruptHR HSV 1.0 is in the books!

UpstartHR

A quick shout out to our speakers that had the courage to stand up and share their stories/passions–well done! Last week I did something here on the blog that I haven’t done in a LOOONG time. I didn’t post anything.

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