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'Wellbeing at Work' by Jim Clifton and Jim Harter: A recipe for thriving at work

Wellbeing at Work clearly articulates why and how employers should make an effort to ensure that workers are thriving both in their jobs and in other key areas of their lives.

'Wellbeing at Work' by Jim Clifton and Jim Harter: A recipe for thriving at work

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'Remote Work Revolution' by Tsedal Neeley: Getting remote work right

Researchers have been studying remote work since well before the pandemic. Tsedal Neeley, a Harvard Business School professor, is among them. In her new book, she presents best practices for remote-work arrangements.

'Remote Work Revolution' by Tsedal Neeley: Getting remote work right

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'Listen Like You Mean It' by Ximena Vengoechea: Tactics for listening better

Vengoechea, a user interaction and market research manager at Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, details tactics we can deploy in our own professional and personal relationships.

'Listen Like You Mean It' by Ximena Vengoechea: Tactics for listening better

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'Futureproof' by Kevin Roose: How to avoid being made obsolete by automation

New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose explores what humans can do better than even the most advanced AI in his book 'Futureproof.'

'Futureproof' by Kevin Roose: How to avoid being made obsolete by automation

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How to have candid conversation about race at work

A new book by Harvard social psychologist Robert Livingston aims to show people “how to turn difficult conversations about race into productive instances of real change.”

How to have candid conversation about race at work

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Book Briefing on Bill Gates and 'How to Avoid a Climate Disaster'

While some critics will challenge his assumptions, Gates’ framework for assessing what should be prioritized is useful.

Book Briefing on Bill Gates and 'How to Avoid a Climate Disaster'

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Book Briefing: 'Working Backwards' by Colin Bryar and Bill Carr

A book by two long-time Amazon insiders describes its unique management practices and how others could adopt them.

Book Briefing: 'Working Backwards' by Colin Bryar and Bill Carr

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Book Briefing: 'Humor, Seriously' by Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas

A new book by two Stanford faculty is aimed at making anyone funny at work.

Book Briefing: 'Humor, Seriously' by Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas

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Book Briefing: 'Stakeholder Capitalism' by Klaus Schwab with Peter Vanham

This book by the World Economic Forum founder is an efficient way to review the world’s biggest economic problems, get a survey of key voices and research on the topic, and understand a sensible approach to a more sustainable and resilient world.

Book Briefing: 'Stakeholder Capitalism' by Klaus Schwab with Peter Vanham

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Book Briefing: ‘Think Again’ by Adam Grant

Wharton's Adam Grant discusses how to rethink your own views, as well as how to get others to reevaluate their opinions.

Book Briefing: ‘Think Again’ by Adam Grant