Tag Archives | Adult Non-Fiction

Good Reads for Your Career

The next time you visit the professional development section of your local bookstore, you might just feel a little overwhelmed. There are so many good reads out there it’s not only difficult to choose the most relevant tomes but it is challenging to keep up with the latest and greatest jargon, assessments and innovative strategies. […]

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Applied Empathy: New Language of Leadership

“Empathy is about understanding, seeing the world from other points of view and helping form insights that can lead us to new and better ways of thinking, being and doing.” So says Michael Ventura, author of Applied Empathy and founder of Sub Rosa, a strategy and design firm that helps complex corporations and progressive thinkers […]

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Redefining Realness

Born a boy. Knowing you’re a girl. This was the lifetime struggle of Janet Mock whose life was forever changed again and again; but when her story was shared in the May 2011 issue of Marie Claire magazine, it took on a whole new meaning. After struggling her entire life with sharing her trans identity […]

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True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership

“When you are aligned with who you are, you find coherence between your life and your leadership.” This arresting book by Bill George and Peter Sims questions why so many with the capacity for great leadership are not fully realizing their potential. One governing conclusion they present is that many don’t understand what really constitutes […]

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