Are you an assistant? An associate? A VP with unlimited vacation? It doesn’t matter. Because no matter where you’re at in your career, you could always be doing better. (Although, you’re choosing to read this article, so I can assume you’re already doing pretty well for yourself.)
I rounded up 12 books that you should read to advance your career. Each one focuses on a different set of skills, beliefs, or values that are important to turning into a well-rounded person–at work, and in your own personal life. They’ll motivate you, inspire you, and help you shake up a stale work routine.
So, give the fiction a (short) break, and dive into these titles that’ll give your career a boost based on what you want right now!—BY RACHEL MOFFETT The Muse, appearing in Inc.
1. If You Want to Take Your Career to the Next Level
In Maximize Your Potential: Grow Your Expertise, Take Bold Risks & Build an Incredible Career, from the 99U series and Jocelyn Glei, some of today’s leading minds offer their advice to take your career to the next level. A detailed how-to book, you’ll learn how to create new opportunities, build relationships in the workplace, and unleash your creative potential.
2. If You Want to Fall in Love With Your Current Job
Let’s face it: Work is more fun when you enjoy what you do, right? Love Your Job: The New Rules for Career Happiness is a guide written by Kerry Hannon to help you transform your boring job into something meaningful. For people struggling to get through the day, Hannon’s tips will help you change your habits and your attitude so you’ll love your job again in no time at all.
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