Monthly Archives: October 2016

EVERYBODY MATTERS – The Extraordinary Power of Caring for Your PEOPLE Like FAMILY, by Bob Chapman & Ray Sisodia

Why this Book: It was selected by my All American Leadership reading group for our bi-monthly reading group. Summary in 3 Sentences: Bob Chapman, CEO of Barry Wehmiller, a $2+ billion company tells the story of his conversion from traditional management … Continue reading

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English Creek, by Ivan Doig

Why this book:  This is the 4th Ivan Doig book I’ve read – loved them all and so I decided to take on his Montana Trilogy.  English Creek is the first book in the trilogy, but chronologically, the second.  I … Continue reading

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All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr

Why this book:  Selected by my Literature Reading Group. We are on a run with Pulitzer Prize winning Novels and this won the Pulitzer Prize in 2015. Summary in 3 Sentences: The main part of the story takes place over a … Continue reading

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