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Whether you want to make the most of some ‘downtime’ this festive break or could do with some ideas for your Christmas list, here’s DLC Training’s Top 10 recommended books.

Mission to Manage (Marianne Page)

Embrace your potential through 7 Essentials that every manager needs to understand and master to engage their people, and build a high-performing team.

Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (David Allen)

Transform the way you work through organisation, this book provides realistic systems you can implement to improve your productivity.

The Power of Habit: Why we do what we do in life and business (Charles Duhigg)

By analysing the book habits of successful people, this book suggests that forming repeatable habits can improve our professional and personal lives.

Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? (Dr Julie Smith)

Strategies to help you navigate life, easy to pick up and put down due to its bitesize chunks of wisdom this book is a toolkit to enable you to look at things from a new angle.

The Squiggly Career: Ditch the Ladder, Discover Opportunity, Design your Career (Helen Tupper & Sarah Ellis)

An indispensable guide to creating your own working life, this book will provide you with the five skills you need to succeed in work today.

Do Hard Things (Steve Magness)

A book for helping you prepare for and tackle life’s big challenges, it questions our understanding of resilience and toughness through leaning in and taking thoughtful action.

The 80/20 Principle (Richard Koch)

The adage 80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts is the premise behind this book, learn how to get the most from your time and attention and become more effective and efficient.

Who Moved My Cheese (Dr Spencer Johnson)

An oldie, but there’s a reason it remains in the top-seller list, insightful and only an hour’s read, well worth your time for a long-lasting impact.

Make your Bed (William H McRaven)

Small things that can change your life … and maybe the world. Focusing on how structure and daily habits can support you in staying grounded, stray beyond your comfort zone and cope with setbacks.

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B Peterson)

Offering 12 principles to live by, to help us navigate the complications of modern-day life, this publication is seen as their go-to book when times get difficult.