I must admit Reinvention: Changing your life, your career, your future by Arlene Dickinson, this month in our Leadership Book Club was a quick read – the mixture of stories and ideas had me bursting through the content.
Some people in our group found it hit a sweet spot – opening up a conversation they had been itching to have about what really mattered to them, and how they could get more of that in their day to day life (both at work and personally). Others found,it may be easy to read this book without doing the hard work that comes next…
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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!
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