Whether you are starting a new business, have owned a business for a while, or simply want to improve the way you deal with others at work or in a personal way, there are many books that can help you when it’s about personal growth and development. Personal development books can also foster teamwork and improve your company culture.
Here are five books to help you improve your company culture:
This great book will help you and your employees or co-workers improve your company culture. It will help give each of you a voice in creating a higher level of engagement within the company and teach you to build trust in yourself and others so you feel free to express yourself ideas for solving problems, sharing ideas, and even how to reward those contributions.
This book wasn’t a New York Times bestseller for no reason. It is a very popular book that many leaders and companies have adopted to help their employees strive to lead by example.
Brené Brown helps get rid of the idea that being vulnerable is a negative thing and teaches you to see vulnerability as a great level of courage. She explains beautifully in this book that vulnerability is actually at the heart of the difficult emotions that can get in the way of productivity and leadership in the workplace, such as grief, fear, and disappointment. Instead, it shows you how to replace those feelings with a sense of belonging, empathy, joy, innovation, love, and creativity that will help foster a better company culture overall.
As you probably already know, a company’s culture is closely related to the overall performance of the company and its employees. This book will reveal that nearly 70 percent of workplace leaders set out to improve culture change end up failing. This book will help inspire teammates to recreate their roles within the company and break negative patterns while improving their overall mindset about their work and the company.
Change is difficult for everyone, but this book will help you create change in your company without others feeling threatened as you create and institute those changes.
The author of this book shows business leaders how to unlock their solution-creating capabilities while unleashing innovation and solving tough problems, and keeping empathy at the heart of it all.
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