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Thomas Yoseloff Business Center - Monthly Reading List (Archives - February 2021 to November 2022): August 2022

Monthly reading list of business, entrepreneurship, and leadership books.

Wellness National Month

August is National Wellness Month. August focuses on self-care, stress management, and the promotion of healthy routines. This month's list includes books, e-audiobooks, e-books, and databases to start a health and wellness business, promote employees' wellbeing, and create a healthy workplace. Onsite databases such as IBISWorld & First Research include health and corporate wellness industry reports. Offsite databases such as Emerging Markets - Internet Securities (EMIS) and Statista include reports about health in the workplace and the stress management markets. The Gale Directory Online database allows you to create a list of health and wellness associations. The Gale Virtual Reference Library allows you to view and download sample business plans for a Wellness Clinic, a Health and Wellness Coaching Business, a Corporate Wellness Program Development Business, etc. Lastly, the LinkedIn Learning - Lynda database includes online video courses to support and encourage employees’ well-being and to establish a well-being program in your organization. 

Highlights

Video Courses

Use the LinkedIn Learning - Lynda database to view video courses to support your employees' well-being in the workplace. It is accessible remotely with your NYPL card and PIN.

Industry Research Reports Available on Onsite Databases

Books to Promote Employees' Well-being

Market Research Reports Available on Databases Available from Home

From the convenience of your home, log into the Emerging Markets - Internet Securities (EMIS) database, and download the following reports:

 

 

From the convenience of your home, you can also log into the Statista database and download the following reports:

 

Books to Promote Employees' Well-being

Book Formats & Availability

If the book has a Call Number such as 158.8 H, it means that it is a circulating (print) copy, and you can borrow it.

If the book has a Call Number such as B OBAMA O, it is a circulating (print) copy of a biography, and you can borrow it.

If the book has a Call Number, such as Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library - Yoseloff Business Center Reference *R-SIBL TX911.3.M3 G63 2014 Small Business Central. In that case, it is a book to be used in the library and not available to check out. 

If the book has a Call Number as an E-Audiobook, you can borrow it digitally with your library card and PIN.

If the book has a Call Number as an E-Book, you can borrow it digitally with your library card and PIN.