As you can imagine, we read A LOT of leadership books here at My Business Bookclub! Our goal is to highlight those that we think are really worth your time investment to read. Lead with Heart by Tom Garland (BenBella Books, May 2018) is one such book. Gartland proposes a leadership ethos that is directly
As a site that focuses primarily on business and personal development books, it might seem odd for us to review a work of fiction like this. However, our focus has always been to feed the curiosity of ambitious business people and sharing books that make you think. Having read this book, and spoken with the author,
From time to time we love to speak to the authors of business books to add a little something extra to what you find in the book itself. We took the opportunity to speak to Tom Goodwin, author of Digital Darwinism. Survival of the fittest in the age of business disruption (Kogan Page Inspire, 2018).
This review of Turn The Ship Around by L. David Marquet (Portfolio Penguin, 2015) is written by Richard Simpson, MD of STEM-focused PR agency Six Degrees. I can’t deny that the cover photograph of a US nuclear-powered submarine didn’t sway my decision to pick up and read this book. Yes, I did judge a book
Asking someone how they make decisions is always an interesting conversation-starter. Once you start to scratch the surface and understand the subtext to decision-making in others, it will start to help you understand the science behind your own decision-making. And it is this science that is tackled by author Matt Watkinson in his book The
There’s something about The Responsive Leader by Erik Korsvik Ostergaard (LID, 2018) that is weirdly comforting. Maybe it is his writing style – he comes across as a wise mentor rather than a dogmatic know-it-all. And that, I guess, is precisely the point of his book. Ostergaard digs into leadership styles old and new and