Do you want to improve your communication skills?
Do you wish to develop your leadership skills?
You can start by reading these ten personal development books for manager:
Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time – Brian Tracy
If you want to accomplish goals rather than getting busy or delaying; this book is intended for you. Brian Tracy wrote about what you have to do some with big tasks, what to do when you feel overwhelmed. It also helps people who are easily distracted and find it difficult to just finish the task on hand.
How to Win Friends & Influence People – Dale Carnegie
No matter what business you are in, you need to learn how to create a meaningful relationship with people. Being nice helps a lot but, people feel what is genuine and what is fake. It is a self-improvement classic that can help managers to reach out to their subordinates. It will also help to develop people skills that are essential in the managerial ladder. The book will also teach you how to gather people interest in accomplishing a task or a goal.
Simplify – Joshua Becker
Do you feel overwhelmed with too much information? Is your office cluttered with too many things? Or, does your to-do-list almost impossible to fit your schedule? More is not always best. Most of the time, freedom and happiness come from living with less. This simple book can make you start managing and even living your life in a different way.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change – Stephen. R. Covey
Do you want to be truly effective in achieving goals and reaching your dreams? According to Covey, success is a habit. In this book, he stresses that we need to see the fundamental change in how we perceive the world and ourselves.
Man’s Search for Meaning – Victor. E. Frankl
This is a story that can change not only the way you look at your job but your life as well. Prepare yourself when something wrong happens and how you can find the deeper meaning of these events. This book will help you to we cope and find meaning even in the worst situations.