January 14, 2019
Category: Business & Strategy
From office politics and communication to ethical business practices and technology, the last few years offer us numerous titles claiming to be the top leadership books to read in 2019. A basic internet search pulls up an overwhelming lineup of options, which can make choosing your reading list an exhaustive research exercise.
Heading into the new year, we selected a sampling of books for every leader. Although writing about leadership claims a rich, millennia-long history, our choices reflect some of the newer thoughts that have been emerging within the last several years. We sought to address what makes a good leader from multiple perspectives. These books teach through anecdotes, apply modern psychology and philosophy, and hone in on the most important indicators of successful leadership in an ever-evolving business world.
We welcome your comments on which of these top leadership books to read in 2019 you plan to add to your reading list — and please share with us any other eye-opening titles you have found beneficial to your leadership practices.Read More
November 21, 2016
Boulder had the privilege of hosting its third NewCo festival last Friday, and we were thrilled to be able to participate. With a mission to “identify, celebrate, and connect the engines of positive change in our society,” NewCo provides an opportunity for purpose-driven businesses to share their stories with entrepreneurs, job applicants, and potential customers that want to learn from them. Thanks to the efforts of Engage Colorado, around fifty innovative Boulder companies opened their doors and invited participants to come see for themselves how passion and purpose change “work” from simply a job to an endeavor that can change the world. Read More
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