Search Inside Yourself: The unexpected path to achieving success, happiness (and world peace) Author: Chade-Meng Tan Publisher: Harper One
THE author writes about emotional intelligence and the best way to go about that is to know yourself. He works on the premise that you have to understand your own emotions and the effect of those emotions on your actions and behaviour. Only then, he says, will you be able to be sensitive to those around you. He writes about the importance of self-confidence and being mindful of your words and actions and linking these to your emotions.
All In: How the best managers create a culture of belief and drive big results Authors: Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton Publisher: Free Press
THE authors present their case on the importance of creating a culture of belief among employees in order to build that distinctive team in the workplace. They draw on psychology and are of the view that managers who empower and who motivate their staff will then be able to inspire staff to a new level of commitment and performance.
Earn What Youre Really Worth: Maximize your income at any time in any market Author: Brian Tracy Publisher: Vanguard Press
A GUIDE for career advancement for those just starting out in the job market, executives who want to earn more, those who are in job transition and every unemployed person who wants to get back into the job market. The writer goes on the premise that before you can succeed in whatever you do, you must first of all know yourself and know what interests you.