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The No Club: Putting a Stop to Women's Dead-End Work
A practical, timely guide for bringing gender equity to the workplace: unburden women’s careers from work that goes unrewarded.
We Were Dreamers: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story
By Jasmine Gonzalez
We Are Dreamers is not just the story of Simu Liu’s journey to stardom, but a tribute to his family that is equally heart-wrenching and beautiful.
Redesigning Work In a Way That Works for Everyone
By Lynda Gratton
Businesses are facing a time of significant disruption, ambiguities and unforeseen events. In navigating through this period, employee trust will be a crucial asset. Creating a model of work that is fair and just will be crucial.
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Plays Well with Others: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know about Relationships Is (Mostly) Wrong
From the author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller Barking Up the Wrong Tree comes a cure-all for our increasing emotional distance and loneliness—a smart, surprising, and thoroughly entertaining guide to help build better friendships, reignite love, and get closer to others, whether you’re an extrovert
The Fed Unbound: Central Banking in a Time of Crisis
By Dylan Schleicher
In a refreshingly quick read, Lev Menand takes a deep look at the history of the Federal Reserve, its recent actions in times of crisis, and its future possibilities.
Streaming Now: Postcards from the Thing That Is Happening
By Gabbi Cisneros
Many of us would probably love to forget the yoyo-ing between monotony and madness of the early pandemic's everyday, but I think books like Streaming Now are essential to continue cultivating our consideration for ourselves and others, extending the learning that was thrust into motion in early 2020.
Planning Is No Substitute for Strategy
Planning may be an excellent way to cope with fear of the unknown, but fear and discomfort are an essential part of strategy-making. In fact, if you are entirely comfortable with your strategic plan, there’s a strong chance it isn’t very good.