Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow
Recommended by Liza Cuthbert
While I was originally drawn to this book due to my interest in the Broadway musical, it’s a must-read for anyone interested in our Founding Fathers, the Constitution and the birth of our financial system.
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
Recommended by Richter Fridman
Applying the four agreements on a daily basis helps the reader create a set of personal values that can span personal life, work life, social life, and spiritual life.
Digital Gold by Nathaniel Popper
Recommended by Josh Caldwell
A history of Bitcoin that is topical to our industry and insightful to its potential applications.
The Travelers Gift by Andy Andrews
Recommended by Jamie Lipham
Gives real perspective on life's twists and turns and what real people did to overcome them. You leave the book with 7 great decisions you have to make personally.
The Five Temptations of a CEO by Patrick Lencioni
Recommended by Shane Loper
Leadership fable that puts leaderships choices squarely in your face. Easy read and applies to all leaders, not just CEOs.
Lawrence in Arabia by Scott Anderson
The World's Largest Man by Harrison Scott Key
Recommended by Dan Marks
I read Lawrence in Arabia because I wanted to learn more about the changes in the Middle East that occurred about a hundred years ago to better understand current dynamics in the region. My friend wrote The World's Largest Man about his experiences growing up in the South. Hilarious and poignant.
Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg
Recommended by Allison Gray
Focused on encouraging women to pursue their ambitions, and changing the conversation from what we can’t do to what we can do.
Innovating Out of Crisis by Shigetaka Komori
Recommended by RoAnna Chenault
How the CEO of Fujifilm overcame the technology shift in imaging from film to digital and repositioned his company to be a market leader not only in imaging products, but LCD materials, cosmetics and medical equipment.
The Design of Everyday Things by Donald Norman
Recommended by Jennifer Wilson
Have you ever been confused about whether to push or pull a door? Knowing what button to push? Or why shopping in one store is so much more pleasant than another? This book provides a framework to help understand how to make everyday tasks simple and pleasant.
Developing the Leaders Around You by John C. Maxwell
Recommended by Resa Frey
Developing existing and emerging leaders is key for the growth of any organization. Good insight into developing a leadership culture.
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