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You're adept at managing your job - working toward the goals of your team, your unit, and your company. But too often busy managers neglect to apply their planning, management, and execution skills to themselves. How do you make time to manage yourself? You need to focus on your work - succeeding in the job you have now. But you also need to think about your career and professional growth - actively plotting, nurturing, and developing the arc of your working life. Finally, you need to balance your work with the rest of your life - finding time to strengthen the connections between your work, your family, and your other commitments.
Get more of the management ideas you want, from the authors you trust, with HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself (Vol. 2). We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones to help you stay engaged, be productive, and maintain your sanity throughout your working life.
With insights from leading experts, this book will inspire you to identify areas for personal growth; assess your strengths, work preferences, values, and contributions; build your skill set and stay relevant; develop learning agility; map out a plan for where you'd like your career to go - both short and long term; find fulfillment in your work; and prepare for your next opportunity.
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- Anonymous User
Not worth the money. Drones on with no particularly interesting insight. I really would love this refunded if able because that's how shit this book is.
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- Amazon Customer
Not Volume 2
I thoroughly enjoyed volume #1 of this series. This volume #2 however, would have been better titled as a discussion of current social changes and how they intersect with management. It is centered around racial and social justice issues, family and emotional issues related to work etc. If you are looking for guidance on those topics, it's excellent - but I found it much less interesting. The topics it covers are contemporary and important - no doubt, just not what I was expecting.
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