More than 12,000 business books are published every year—an overwhelming choice for busy professionals. Therefore, in partnership with getAbstract, Training brings you July’s top three business books recommended to our readers.
Identifying these valuable skills requires leaders to look beyond experience and the type of skills an employee could simply learn to do the job effectively. They must dig deep and rethink the questions they are asking to uncover these traits.
At first pass, it’s hard to understand what exactly about sitting in front of a screen and speaking with others is so energy consuming. But there are real psychological and physical explanations for that burnt-out feeling.
In the face of the pandemic, taking your training into living rooms, kitchens, and bookcase-lined studies calls for a radically different approach—one that requires keeping top of mind the differing needs and levels of tech savvy of an intergenerational audience.
Cognitive Dominance is an evolving discipline to get better and better at quickly performing at the limits of your mental and physical capacity under maximum pressure with the highest probability of success.
Productivity training needs to be based in attention management, which means directing your attention where you want it to go. It’s about keeping the myriad distractions in an always-on world from hijacking your attention.