You won't get a simpler book than this. It fits in the palm of your hand. The left hand pages contain brief quotations. The right hand page contains a tip for making it a great day at work.
Here are two examples. I just randomly opened the book and . . .
#41 Take Ten! The next time you can't get started on a task or project, tell yourself you will only work on it for ten minutes. Chances are you will stick with it once you've started, but even if you move on after ten minutes, you have accomplished that much more.
#21 Find Inspiration. Find a quote that really inspires you and post it somewhere prominent in your workplace. Better yet, find a role model in your field and read up on how he or she achieved success.
That is the book, simple as can be.
My suggestion is to read one each day you're at work. Some you will be able to easily apply, some you may already do, and some may seem harder. Regardless, try one every day! (Read and do one every day and you will get through the book twice a year.)
Or, you could pick one to apply as a team for the week.
Or, you will come up with some other great way to use this book.
It is a small, simple, little book that could make a big difference for you and your team.
Buy one and see!