The best research, insights, and advice for managing yourself and your team from the 37 books Charter wrote about in 2022.
The new book by Rotman business school's former dean provides examples of how cultural change is best pursued indirectly, through day-to-day shifts rather than top-down decrees.
The book 'Happier Hour' by UCLA's Cassie Holmes provides specific instructions and useful worksheets for identifying what makes you happy and planning your time to better reflect that.
S. Mitra Kalita on diversity, hybrid work, and reading for pleasure.
«“But know what’s important—and show up. It makes all the difference.”»
The author of 'The Art of Gathering' on how we should return to the workplace, and how to best approach the complicated, needed conversations as we do so.
«We also gathered probably too much and met too much before the pandemic. So really asking what do we absolutely not need to bring back?»
Fair Pay provides both high-level and specific recommendations for how to reform compensation—which is useful reading especially as companies are deploying pay to recruit and retain an increasingly…
«Alongside macro historical and economic context, Fair Pay provides both high-level and specific recommendations for how to reform compensation»
A common mistake among managers is to look out onto a workplace of white men and think they need to fix this problem as fast and efficiently as possible, writes S. Mitra Kalita. They focus on the…
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