Customer success is an emerging field that is rapidly gaining traction as more and more businesses recognise the importance of retaining customers and fostering long-term relationships. In the book "Customer Success: How Innovative Companies Are Reducing Churn and Growing Recurring Revenue," authors Nick Mehta, Dan Steinman, and Lincoln Murphy provide a comprehensive guide to this exciting new field, offering insights and strategies for companies looking to reduce churn and build long-term customer relationships.
"The Customer Success Professional's Handbook: How to Thrive in One of the World's Fastest Growing Careers" by Ashvin Vaidyanathan and Ruben Rabago is a practical guide for anyone looking to start or advance their career in customer success management. The book covers a range of topics, from customer success strategy to customer success operations, providing actionable insights and advice for customer success professionals at all levels.
The One Minute Manager" by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson is a concise, practical guide to effective management. The book is written in a story format that follows a young man's journey to find a "One Minute Manager" who can teach him how to become an effective manager himself.
"The Leadership Challenge" by James Kouzes and Barry Posner is a classic book on leadership that provides a comprehensive overview of the essential principles of effective leadership. The authors draw on extensive research and real-world examples to illustrate their points and offer practical tips and strategies for putting the principles of the book into practice.
"Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't" is a book by Jim Collins that explores the key factors that separate successful companies from those that struggle to achieve long-term success. Collins and his team of researchers studied a wide range of companies over a period of five years, analysing their financial performance and leadership practices to identify the characteristics that set the great companies apart.
"The Art of Mentoring: Lead, Follow and Get Out of the Way" by Shirley Peddy is a comprehensive guide to mentoring in a business context. The author emphasizes the importance of building strong relationships, setting goals, providing feedback, and developing the skills and knowledge needed to succeed as a mentor or mentee.