During our opening session, we asked conference attendees to share their all-time favorite books. Looking for something new to read? Check out the list below!
Bolman, L. G. (2011). Leading with soul: An uncommon journey of spirit. Jossey-Bass.
Bronte, E. (1847). Wuthering Heights. Thomas Cautley Newby.
Brown, B. (2018). Dare to lead: Brave work. Tough conversations. Whole hearts. Random House.
Butcher, J. (2000). The Dresden files. Roc Books.
Butler, O. E. (1993). Parable of the sower. Four Walls Eight Windows.
DeLillo, D. (2009). White noise. Penguin Books.
Fitzgerald, F. S. (1925). The great Gatsby. Charles Scribner’s Sons.
Garrett, L. (1994). The coming plague: Newly emerging diseases in a world out of balance. Penguin.
George, B. (2016). Discover your true north. Jossey-Bass.
Greene, R. (2007). 48 laws of power. Viking Press.
Hunter, G. (2017). My velvet pillow. Author.
Joyce, J. (1916). A portrait of the artist as a young man. B.W. Huebsch.
Kwik, J. (2020). Limitless: Upgrade your brain, learn anything faster, and unlock your exceptional life. Hay House, Inc.
Marting, G. R. R. (2012). Song of ice and fire (Book series). Bantam Books.
Mitchell, M. (1936). Gone with the wind. Macmillan Publishers.
Morison, T. (1987). Beloved. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
Obama, M. (2018). Becoming. Crown.
Rowling, J. K. (1997-2007). Harry Potter (Book series). Bloomsbury Publishing.
Schwartz, D. J. (1987). The magic of thinking big. Fireside.
Thaler, R. H. (2016). Misbehaving: The making of behavioral economics. W. W. Norton & Company
Tolle, E. (1997). Power of now. Namaste Publishing.
Warren, R. (2013). The purpose driven life: What on Earth am I here for? Zondervan
Wilkerson, I. (2010). The warmth of other suns. Penguin Random House.