5 Books Women Should Read To Build Successful Work Relationships
Books are essential to the growth of human knowledge, and the quest to find solutions to many questions. Great leaders are great readers, and that's why you should read good books.
The current age is the age of enlightenment and freedom. Especially for women, it's an age of breaking away from the patriarchal dominance that has held them down for centuries. The accessibility of books and the current wave of feminist writers have made it crystal clear that women are tired of being perceived as inferior to their male counterparts.
Aside from the fact that these books teach women how to get on their feet, there are also several books that talk about how you can build a steady work relationship anywhere you are. It is not a hidden fact that women find it difficult in places of work. When you look at the five major problems women face at work, you will understand why it's important to build a good work relationship. Sexual harassment remains top of the problems women face at work, and according to research, seven out of ten interviewed women see discrepancy at work as a major issue.
One of the major causes of work hazard is when you're unhappy with your work, and this is especially hard for women who have to go home to a toxic husband or environment.
To help combat some of the problems women face at work, it's then advisable to list some of the best books they can read to help them build a healthy relationship and know when and how to set boundaries.
Tips for Building Successful Work Relationship
When you are keen on building a good relationship at work, there are some things you have to take into perspective because these things affect your life.
- Never be too shy to ask for help
- Maintain your stance on whether you want to have an affair with a coworker or not (it is advisable not to date a coworker, and here are twelve reasons why you should never date a coworker
- Avoid getting frustrated easily
- Smile more often
Best Books About Work Ethics
Creating a healthy work environment requires knowledge and constant practice, and that's why we are going to show you five of the best books that would teach you everything you need to know about work ethics.
Love Your Job: The New Rules For Career Happiness by Kerry Hannon
This book is a guideline for how to fall in love with your current job. There's a chance you're not happy doing what you are doing. A lot of people do certain jobs not because they like those jobs, but because they need the proceeds from it to survive and sustain themselves. When you read this book, you will surely understand how you can love your current job, and why it's important that you do.
Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder by Arianna Huffington
Huffington in this book talks about the importance of time, and how to create enough for yourself. The pursuit of money has overshadowed the pursuit of happiness for a lot of people. Having money as the ultimate goal is good, but it's not better than having money and satisfaction as the ultimate goal. You must always create enough time for yourself in order to balance your work and life.
Mistakes I Made at Work: 25 Influential Women Reflect on What They Got Out of Getting It Wrong by Jessica Bacal
What's special about this book is that it takes you on a journey of the stories of 25 Influential women who stood above their mistakes and never stopped even when they faltered. This book is a must-read for any woman who wants to be bold, confident and fearless in the work she does.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey
Not just an ordinary book, this book serves as a guideline and a roadmap for people, especially women on how to view people, study attitudes and make the best of any environment. Like the title suggests, following the seven detailed habits in the book will guarantee your effectiveness and usefulness to your place of work.
The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success by Megan McArdle
When life throws disappointments at you, and you have no idea how to bounce back, then this book is the best for you. You must come to terms with the fact that you will fail or falter at one point in life, and the best option is to rise and keep on pushing. However, to know which direction to push, you must first understand that there are hidden treasures in your mistakes. When you read this book, you will find out how to make the best situation out of your mistake, and how to build on your errors to form a bigger life.
It has been established that books are vital to the growth of humans. For every woman who wants to be the best version of herself at work while also having enough time for herself, then the above-mentioned books are perfect for you.
Sandra Manson is a passionate journalist who has been contributing to major media publications. She enjoys writing about human psychology and lifestyle. Sandra also runs her blog where she covers topics of great interest in modern society.”