Who said professional development books can’t also be great summer reads? Whatever your plans are this season, take time to recharge your professional batteries as well as your personal.
Here’s our Summer 2022 Reading List: our top 10 recommended professional development books you can bring to the pool, lake or even backyard to take your strategic leadership to the next level.
A must-read for anyone looking to get a better handle on the big-picture strategy and operations of your organization.
A business narrative revealing how Ford CEO Alan Mulally led his team from near bankruptcy to unmatched profits during the auto industry collapse of 2008.
Teaches you how to build effective habits that will make you a better leader and give you more control over your day. This one has been a game-changer for many on our team.
Whether you want to be an ideal team player or hire one, this book is a must. Learn how to create a culture of individuals who are all working toward the same goal.
A top pick for any executive looking to protect your organization from being understaffed and underqualified. Learn how to spot, attract and retain the best of the best.
A classic showcasing the surprising attributes that put average organizations lightyears ahead of their competition. This one is a frequent re-read for our team.
For anyone tired of the pessimistic, doomsday attitude prevalent throughout much of culture today. Learn how to increase positivity on your team and in your life.
Ideal for anyone falling victim to the “tyranny of the urgent.” Learn how to identify your most essential tasks and eliminate the rest so you can maximize your impact at work and home.
Sheds light on the important truth that we have more to learn from each other than we think. Ideal for teaching your team how to communicate through disagreement.
Teaches you how to take back the reigns of your professional and personal life no matter what stage you’re in. A perfect mid-year reset.
You’ll find our team at On The Mark Strategies with these and other books this summer. What about you? What are you reading this summer?