What was the last book you read?
A book is a great companion, especially in your spare time.
Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.” – Jim Rohn
From the right books, you can learn valuable lessons which will contribute both to your personal and professional development. The more you read, the more you understand the topic. In this way, you challenge your existing beliefs and become better at that particular aspect of work/life.
Reading has a significant number of long-term benefits. Here are some of them:
Besides the above-mentioned benefits, books also inspire us to be better at what we do. They encourage us to absorb new experiences and take actions in our everyday life.
Since the early years of Vega IT, our co-founders knew how important it is to invest resources in the team’s knowledge sharing sessions, personal and professional development training, attending various conferences, etc.
Another thing they were passionate about was starting a company’s Library which continued to expand over the years. Besides the extensive library, we are proud of our Librarian portal where colleagues can:
From this list, you can see that our colleagues can participate in each segment of our Librarian program. If you were our colleague, what book would you like to see on our shelves?
Definitely! Besides empowering colleagues’ development through workshops and lectures, your company’s library provides an accessible resource for every member of your team.
No matter what your role in the company is, you can always discover something new and explore different areas outside your field of expertise.
Start building your own company’s library and encourage your colleagues to equally participate in its expansion. And, remember: when you open a book, you open a new world! ;)
Tijana loves writing, meeting new people, and all the things that involve creativity. Like a true Hufflepuff, she’s approachable and polite. Once a year, Tijana embarks on a journey to the middle of the Middle-earth where she used to live.