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Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time

In 31 short, targeted chapters, author Keith Ferrazzi transforms networking from a dirty word into a genuine process by highlighting how to build real relationships and why giving is as important as getting.

Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time

In 31 short, targeted chapters, author Keith Ferrazzi transforms networking from a dirty word into a genuine process by highlighting how to build real relationships and why giving is as important as getting.

Profession and Purpose: A Resources Guide for MBA Careers in Sustainability

This book by author Katie Kross provides, not only MBAs, with the nuts and bolts of how to find your way in the industry, conduct your job search and best direct your resources to find a sustainability career.

Presence, Human Purpose and the Field of the Future

Designing a more sustainable future will require transformational change that moves us beyond our old patterns of seeing and acting. This is a must-read for all sustainability practitioners.

Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line

This book a light on how business leaders and HR professionals can tap into sustainability to recruit, motivate and support top talent.

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Others Don’t

Jim Collin’s book ‘Good to Great’ sheds light on the areas of management strategy, practice and leadership that can help companies change for the better.

The Zeronauts: Breaking the Sustainability Barrier

In this book, a leading pioneer of sustainability, John Elkington introduces us to the Zeronaut: a new breed of inventor, innovator, entrepreneur, investor, manager, politician and educator.

Crush It! Why Now is the Time to Cash in on Your Passion by Gary Vaynerchuck

This book explains how to transform your passion into a day job and increase your earning potential by leveraging social media to build your personal brand.

The sustainability books you need in your jobseeker’s library, Part 1

There are so many books out there for jobseekers, career changers and ‘what should I do with my life’-ers that it can feel overwhelming! Throw a green, sustainability, social impact, or corporate responsibility lens into the mix, and it’s even tougher. In today’s blog, the theme is ‘What should I do when I want to do everything?’ Below are my reviews of two books for anyone asking this question.

The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for First-time Job Seekers by Meg Busse and Steven Joiner

This “comprehensive career resource from the leading nonprofit jobs website” does exactly what it says on the tin. Aimed squarely at recent-graduates who aspire to change the world, this guide to working in nonprofits breaks down the traditional job search tips and tricks, but with an impact-edge.

The Sustainable Enterprise Fieldbook by Jeana Wirtenberg, William G. Russell and David Lipsky

Written by sustainability pros for sustainability pros, the Sustainable Enterprise Fieldbook is a brilliant collection of essays by thought leaders on the mechanics of embedding sustainability. In 300+ pages, it seeks to do three key things: increase understanding and awareness of sustainability on conceptual, practical and personal levels, energise and expand commitment to building sustainable enterprises, and provide the tools and techniques needed. And it does just that, taking a realistic and strictly hands-on approach to the challenge of sustainable

Green Careers for Dummies by Carol McClelland

This exceptionally user-friendly book from the Dummies series will help you navigate your path to a green job, no matter what your starting point. Carol McClelland dissects the green sector with the deft hand of a brain surgeon, lays the component parts out systematically on the operating table and proceeds to offer an encyclopedic analysis of each bit in a friendly, matter of fact style.