Over the past decade, Workplace Intelligence founder Dan Schawbel has written three bestselling career books that have helped professionals around the world stand out and advance in their career. Dan’s work is based on dozens of proprietary research studies, personal experiences and conversations with the world’s most successful people. His books have been translated into 16 different languages and are used as textbooks at many schools including Stanford University, Boston University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and The University of Texas at Austin.
Schawbel’s books have been endorsed by:
- CEOs and founders of companies including Whole Foods, Sodexo, Intuit, The Container Store, Panera Bread, Life is Good and Campbell Soup.
- Authors including Daniel Pink, Susan Cain, Adam Grant, Seth Godin, Gretchen Rubin, Stephen R. Covey, Ken Blanchard, Dave Ulrich, Dave Ramsey, Kim Scott, James Altucher, Cal Newport, General Stanley McChrystal, Tom Rath, Jon Gordon and Jack Canfield.
- Celebrities including Dr. Mehmet Oz, Patti Stanger, Daymond John, Gary Vaynerchuk, Jay Shetty, Mel Robbins and Barbara Corcoran.
- Professors at Harvard Business School, UPenn, Dartmouth and Northwestern.
4 Steps to Building Your Future
In 2009, he wrote Me 2.0: 4 Steps to Building Your Future (Kaplan), which was the first book ever written on how to use social media to build a successful personal brand and helped recent graduates land their first job. Me 2.0 was a #1 international bestseller and was named the #1 career book of 2009 by The New York Post.
The New Rules for Career Success
In 2013, he wrote Promote Yourself: The New Rules for Career Success (St. Martin’s Press), which helped people get ahead at work and promoted into leadership positions. Promote Yourself has a foreword by Marcus Buckingham and research sponsored by American Express. It became an instant New York Times, Wall Street Journal and #1 Barnes & Noble bestseller. It was also recognized as the #1 career book of 2013 by The Chicago Tribune.
Back to Human
How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation
In 2018, wrote Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation (Hachette), which helps leaders build stronger team relationships amidst our dependency on technology. Back to Human contains global research sponsored by Virgin Pulse, an academic assessment, interviews with 100 top leaders, activities, exercises and tips. It was a Washington Post bestseller and was chosen as a “Business Book of the Month” by The Financial Times.
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