Ada Limón in Conversation with Sally Haldorson
By Emily Porter
We invite our reading community to come along as we take a deeper look at The Hurting Kind and learn more about author Ada Limón through this live-streamed interview.
How Should I Pay My Interns? A Look at Compensation, Creativity, and Morality in Business Today
By Nir Bashan
Many new businesses and startups find themselves in a tricky position—trying to move forward without having the ability to pay someone for the help they so desperately need. And today more than ever, the need for specialty labor may mean the difference between success and failure. So what is any enterprise—big or small—to do?
Books to Watch | June 7, 2022
Direct: The Rise of the Middleman Economy and the Power of Going to the Source
A Columbia Law School professor explains how middlemen have taken control of the economy, how they enrich themselves at the expense of consumers, the environment and workers, and how people can harness the power of direct exchange to make themselves happier and the planet healthier.
Think Like a Horse: Lessons in Life, Leadership, and Empathy from an Unconventional Cowboy
By Bryan Rogers
For better or for worse, animals tend to be our favorite mirror of choice. In Grant Golliher's new book, our initially skeptical reviewer Bryan Rogers found it was, in the end, for the better.
We See You & We Read You
By Gabbi Cisneros
Through both joyous celebrations and more difficult work and learning, we can strive to become better allies or LGBTQIA+ community members. We see you, and we read you.
Chloé Cooper Jones in Conversation with Sally Haldorson
By Emily Porter, Chloé Cooper Jones
We invite our reading community to come along as we take a deeper look at Easy Beauty: A Memoir and learn more about author Chloé Cooper Jones through this live-streamed interview.
The Competitive Advantage of Flexible Work
By Brian Elliott, Sheela Subramanian, Helen Kupp
Because it has a positive effect on common business challenges, like recruiting and retention; because it leads to happier, less stressed, and more engaged employees; because of these things and more, flexible work, when done right, quite simply drives better business results.
The Man Who Broke Capitalism: How Jack Welch Gutted the Heartland and Crushed the Soul of Corporate America—And How to Undo His Legacy
New York Times reporter and “Corner Office” columnist David Gelles reveals legendary GE CEO Jack Welch to be the root of all that’s wrong with capitalism today and offers advice on how we might right those wrongs.
Books to Watch | May 31, 2022