Are you looking for the best summer books to keep yourself busy during the upcoming summer break? Or are you eager for a new professional book that will give you fresh ideas for the upcoming school year? Whatever the case, here are some great book recommendations for your summer reading pleasure.
- Kids Deserve It! ‘Pushing Boundaries and Challenging Conventional Thinking’ by Todd Nesloney and Adam Welcome
Todd and Adam encourage you to make learning exciting and meaningful for students. It encourages students to think big. While reading this book, it will give insight into why you became an educator in the first place. This book emphasizes why an educator should involve parents in student affairs. You will discover ways to promote relationships among kids at school. This will improve family interactions. Be inspired to be a champion and a risk-taker for your students and shake up the status quo.
- The Employee Experience Advantage: by Jacob Morgan
Jacob Morgan recognizes the factors that promote teamwork. This book is among the best-selling books on how to win the war for talent. The book emphasizes on giving employees the workspaces they want and the tools they need. This book lays out the foundation that turns an organization. The book serves as the definitive guide to work experience. It provides a leader with blueprints to follow. It changes the perspective of team members into dedicated fans.
- The Non-Obvious Guide to Event Planning: by Andrea Driessen
This book focuses on event planning and how best to organize a good and successful event. The book’s opening explains how to set goals and gather and plan the methods of setting up an event. It teaches how to secure entertainers and engaging speakers. The factor of Logistic management, and holding attendees’ attention is important. This could be a great summer book to read if you are planning school events in the coming year.
- The First 90 Days in Government: Critical Success Strategies for New Public Managers at All Levels by Peter H. Daly
Peter H. Daly, a leadership consultant, is an excellent example of how to make an immediate and lasting impact and transition into a public service role. The book anchors on key transition issues such as gaining credibility through early success. Rendering expectations with a new boss and team building is also a major emphasis. This book is a great summer reading option for newly-enrolled government employees since it is educational on management issues.