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Personal and Professional Development Should Start With These Books

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by Contributing Author

Successful corporations have one thing in common: they emphasize personal development and allocate substantial resources to staff development. That’s because they recognize that they’re nothing more than a group of individuals working towards a common goal.

Such companies understand that proper corporate development revolves around helping employees become the best version of themselves. Luckily, there are enough books on the subject to help you crush this objective.

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Here are four of the best business books to help you create a formidable workforce and corporate culture in 2022. 

Choose Your Story, Change Your Life: Silence Your Inner Critic and Rewrite Your Life from the Inside Out by Kindra Hall

Written by a Wall Street Journal bestseller, this tome urges readers to quit self-sabotaging themselves. Without conscious efforts, it’s impossible to recognize the negative stories we’re constantly telling ourselves. Hall wrote this book as a blueprint to help you stop self-criticism and overcome the negativity that comes with it.

You can break free of your limitations, propel yourself forward, overcome challenges, and breakthrough impossible barriers by telling yourself positive stories. The gist of this highly educational read is that you can change your life by simply changing the stories you tell yourself. 

Bridge the Gap: Breakthrough Communication Tools to Transform Work Relationships from Challenging to Collaborative by Jennifer Edwards and Katie McCleary

The two coaches to Fortune 500 companies wrote this book after acknowledging that we live in a highly fragmented world. This exciting volume has a singular goal of improving communication skills and professional relationships at the workplace. The authors note that there’s a major problem at the workplace because colleagues no longer understand or respect each other.

Deteriorating professional relationships create a toxic workplace, affecting the company’s overall performance. The book sets out to help employees create an enabling work environment and ensure that workers are not constantly sabotaging each other.

Influence Is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen

In this book, Zoe Chance, a professor at Yale, recognizes the role influence plays in the modern workplace. She sets the pace by acknowledging that everyone has some inherent level of influence in them, but they’re taught by society to suppress this power.

The book centers on helping you to rediscover this lost superpower and learn how to encourage people to say yes. Zoe takes you on an exciting journey of discovery riddled with charming stories rooted in grounding-breaking influence to help you expand your persuasive skills. Thumbing this tome on ethical influence will help you cultivate charisma, hone your negotiation skills, and spot manipulators.

Hero on a Mission by Donald Miller

In Hero on a Mission, this New York bestselling author takes you on a self-reflective journey. Miller draws from his personal experience to map out the four characters inside each of us – the villain, victim, hero, and guide. He explores how becoming these characters influence our lives and urges us not to leave our lives up to fate.

Naturally, Miller urges you to shun playing victim or villain and elect to play the hero or guide if you wish to thrive and flourish. Most importantly, the book helps you discover the character you’re playing and provides you with a blueprint to help you seize control of your life. Miller sets out to help you ignite your passions, creativity, and motivation so you can find the fulfillment you need to thrive.

Books play a significant role in corporate development by helping corporations build a solid and skillful workforce and corporate culture. Access to credible information can help companies overcome a host of negative issues that create a toxic workplace.

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