CEO Excellence: The Six Mindsets That Distinguish the Best Leaders from the Rest
By Carolyn Dewar, Scott Keller & Vikram Malhotra
Coming from the world’s most influential management consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, this book delves into how the most successful CEOs do their job by drawing from interviews with chief executives from Netflix, JPMorgan Chase, General Motors, Sony and more. A New York Times Bestseller and an absolute must-read this summer!
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Being Present: Commanding Attention at Work (and at Home) by Managing Your Social Presence
By Jeanine W. Turner
Based on 15 years of research, interviews and teaching experience, Researcher Jeanine W. Turner offers her survival strategies on communication in a notification-saturated world – both at work and at home. She distinguishes four key communication choices – budgeted, entitled, competitive, and invitational ― and teaches readers when and where to employ each strategy to successfully allocate our attention and then command it to others.
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The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward
By Daniel H. Pink
An instant New York Times Bestseller, The Power of Regret dissects the hidden potential of regret and how it can work to help us make more informed decisions, perform better and live a more fulfilled life. Drawing on social psychology, neuroscience and biology, Daniel H. Pink debunks the ‘no regrets’ mindset and helps us find a positive in every mistake we think we could have made in the past.
Build: An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making
By Tony Fadell
An absolute page-turner by Tony Fadell, who led the teams that worked on creating the iPod, iPhone and Nest Learning Thermostat. In Build: An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making, he shares everything he’s learned about leadership, design, startups, Apple, Google, decision-making, mentorship, devastating failure and unbelievable success after over three decades in Silicon Valley.
The Power of One More: The Ultimate Guide to Happiness and Success
By Ed Mylett
In his gripping book, renowned keynote speaker and performance expert Ed Mylett draws on 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur and coach to top athletes, entertainers, and business executives to share his strategies for living an extraordinary life.
How Minds Change: The Surprising Science of Belief, Opinion, and Persuasion
by David McRaney
Coming from self-delusion expert, psychology nerd and bestselling author David McRaney, How Minds Change is a page-turning investigation into how different people change their minds; from the ones that never do it to the ones that can change theirs in an instant
The Bond King: How One Man Made a Market, Built an Empire, and Lost It All
By Mary Childs
Written by the host of NPR’s Planet Money, Mary Childs, The Bond King tells the story of Bill Gross – an American investor and fund manager, who used to be a gambler before he made American finance his casino and changed finance forever.
How to F*ck Up Your Startup: The Science Behind Why 90% of Companies Fail – and How You Can Avoid It
By Kim Hvidkjaer
An absolute must-read this summer, How to F*ck Up Your Startup is a book that takes you on a journey of discovering the pitfalls that lead to the failure of 90% of companies and finding the right strategies that can help every entrepreneur to avoid or fix them.
The author Kim Hvidkjær was only 29 years old when he became a millionaire, but two years later, after a series of disasters, found himself broke. He’s now rebuilt his fortune after founding several successful companies and has become an expert on failure and how to learn from it – happily sharing his top tips on it with all of us.