Treating People Well: The Extraordinary Power of Civility at Work and in Life
Lea Berman and Jeremy Bernard's book is about much more than their time as social secretaries in the White House. It is about how we can all work better together.
Fall Favorites by and for Feminists (by which I mean, everyone.)
New business books, recently released and upcoming, written by women.
In Praise of Janesville: The 2017 800-CEO-READ Business Book of the Year
Eminently accessible, instantly absorbable, Janesville is a story of economics lived. Of the decisions a monolithic company makes that results in economic devastation for a middle-American town, and the families that live there. A microcosmic illustration of a national experience, Janesville is about idealism and stubbornness and desperation and bravery. And we all can learn a lot about ourselves and our capacity for resilience from the children whose stories are at the heart of Janesville.
A Monstrous (and Most Welcome) Regiment of Women: Changing the Conversation
Our General Manager Sally Haldorson's name has been added to the cover of the third edition of The 100 Best Business Books of All Time, and she has pulled more women into the conversation along with her.
Q&A with Steven Clifford, Author of The CEO Pay Machine
Steven Clifford's new book describes what has caused CEO compensation to explode over the last four decades, how it damages companies, the economy, and our democracy, and what we can do about it.
Shortcut Your Startup: Speed Up Success with Unconventional Advice from the Trenches
In this excerpt, brothers Courtney and Carter Reum discuss five critical factors are fueling the rapid scaling of consumer brands in today’s market
The Right (and Wrong) Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made and Unmade
Carter Cast examines career derailment, advises on how to avoid it, and offers leaders and companies a look at how they can stop compounding the problem.