Tag Archive: Book Review

No person, situation or leader is perfect, and that is okay


By: Alexandra Watts For this assignment, I decided to read Brené Brown’s “The Gift of Imperfections: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are.” As mentioned… Continue reading

Book Review: Players First


John Calipari’s Players First: Coaching from the Inside Out was not only a smooth, easily digestible read, it offered lessons regarding building and managing a team that I feel are applicable outside of the… Continue reading

To lead is to serve. To serve is to live


Book Review: ‘More Hesselbein on Leadership’ by Frances Hesselbein, James M. Kouzes (Foreword by) By Ivana Braga  120 pages | July 2012 Paperback: US$ 15.99  Nook book: US$ 11.49 If you already heard that to serve… Continue reading

“The leader must…..”


Published for the first time in 1989, “On Becoming a Leader” is a classical and well-known leadership book by Warren Bennis. The book is a combination of Bennis’s own insights and experience on… Continue reading

Book Reviews Upon Book Reviews


Like to read? I think we all do, so it’s funny I never thought to introduce these sites before! Many of you have heard of Gangplank out of Chandler and all the great… Continue reading

Guy Kawasaki’s New Book on Gaining Hearts


Mashable (one of my all time favorite blogs/sites to follow) published a great video segment with Guy Kawasaki today on their Behind the Brand channel. In this case, Mashable is going Behind the… Continue reading

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