After the launch of the Leadership Book Club last year, it is back – and (hopefully) better than ever! If you didn’t get a chance to participate last year, we covered 4 leadership books over the year, sharing 10 questions you could use to lead your own group on this blog.
This year we’re going to try a slight pivot – moving to a few more books and a few less questions. I’m thrilled to get another chance to meet with inquisitive minds to share different perspectives and personal experiences on a host of leadership topics. I hope you consider joining in – either sharing in the comments below, or starting your own book club group!
The following six books are on the 2020 roster, in case you’ll be joining in:
- Reinvention: Changing your life, your career, your future – Arlene Dickinson
- The 48 Laws of Power – Robert Greene
- The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World—Melinda Gates
- The Infinite Game – Simon Sinek
- Weird – Olga Khazan
- Audacity of Hope – Obama
It struck me last year, that perhaps I could also include some of the key insights or ideas that stood out to me in each book – for those of you who do not have the time to read or participate in a book club, but would still enjoy exploring ideas and discussing perspectives. Stay tuned!
Have you ever participated or led a Book club? What was your experience? Any tips or tricks in terms of getting conversation started or having questions prepared? What are your favorite leadership books? Would love to hear your thoughts below!
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