Sheri’s Shelves

Profit from the Positive
by Margaret Greenberg and Senia Maymin, Ph.D.
What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
by Marshall Goldsmith

How The Best Leaders Lead
by Brian Tracy
Managing Change
by Todd Jick

All In
by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton
The Serving Leader
by Ken Jennings and John Stahl-Wert

FYI: For Your Improvement
by Michael Lombardo”If you’re considering a reboot, consider reading this classic book about self-improvement.”
Lead Positive
by Kathryn D. Cramer

The Career Compass
by Hayley A. Norman”As a strong advocate of the benefits of mentoring for both the mentor and the mentee, I thoroughly enjoyed The Career Compass:
Mentoring to Point You Toward Maximum Professional and Personal Growth
. The book is a quick read with a great message
about the importance of guiding future leadership generations.”
Love Works
by Joel Manby”Remind yourself once again that you are not pulled to high levels of success.Rather, you are lifted there by those working besides and below you. Read my blog, What Drives Performance? Corporate Hunger Games or Culture of Caring?, then check out this book.”

The Magic of Thinking Big
By David Schwartz, Ph. D.”This is an excellent book and one you can read over time. Be sure to read Chapter 13, How to Think Like a Leader (pp 27). My favorite book today was my favorite book 30 years ago.”
The Leader in Me
by Stephen R. Covey”Here’s one of my all-time favorites! Especially meaningful for those of you with young entrepreneurs in the family.”

Another favorite resource and guide I’ve used over the years is the Harvard Business Review. The HBR Blog Network is online and features some great bloggers, articles and info>>