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Kate Arms leads a discussion of Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up by Jerry Colonna. We look at what it means as a leader to embrace your demons in service of better relationships and more effective leadership.
Nitya Shekar leads a discussion of Think Again by Adam Grant. We look at how questioning our beliefs makes leaders more effective.
Alyssa Dickman leads a discussion of The Truth About Leadership by Barry Posner and James M. Kouzes. We look at the ten fundamental truths about leadership that remain constant over time.
Kate Arms leads a discussion of The First 90 Days by Michael D. Watkins. We look at the skills and processes you need to get off to a good start in a new leadership role.
Nitya Shekar leads a discussion of The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. We look at why words matter and how leaders can build presence and trust through these four agreements they can make with themselves. With special guest Margaret Leahy.
Alyssa Dickman leads a discussion of The Outward Mindset by The Arbinger Institute. We discuss how looking outside yourself, your team, or your organization and focusing on the impact you have on others makes you more effective and influential.
Kate Arms leads a discussion of Who Do We Choose To Be by Margaret J. Wheatley. We discuss the leadership challenges of the modern world and Wheatley's call for everyone to face reality, claim leadership, and restore sanity in our world.
Nitya Shekar leads a discussion of No Hard Feelings by Liz Fosslien and Molly West Duffy. We discuss how accepting emotions at work increases productivity and effectiveness for individuals and organizations.
Alyssa Dickman leads a discussion of Managing Transitions by William Bridges and Susan Bridges. We discuss how changing processes and systems is different from leading people through transitions and why change fails if the transition isn't managed well.
Kate Arms leads a discussion of Say What You Mean by Oren Jay Sofer. We discss how mindfulness and non-violent communication skills help leaders have more impact and build better relationships through more effective and satisfying conversations.
Nitya Shekar leads a discussion of The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer. We discss how mindfulness and self-awareness help leaders increase their options.
Nitya Shekar leads a discussion of Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman. We discuss the various cognitive biases that influence how the human brain functions and some ways that we can counter or "be with" them.
Kate Arms leads a discussion of The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman, and Kaley Warner Klemp. We discuss trust-based leadership, radical responsibility, play, and more.
Alyssa Dickman leads a discussion of Brene Brown's Dare to Lead. We discuss rumbling with vulnerability, empathy, shame, daring leadership, and more.