Book Award Winner: Leading Inclusion: Drive Change Your Employees Can See and Feel

Nonfiction Book Award Status: GOLD Synopsis Organizational psychologist and executive coach Gena Cox asserts that although human variation is normal, true inclusion that embraces these variations is elusive in the workplace. Leading Inclusion, a “how-to-be” book, educates, challenges, and empowers the C-suite and board to lead inclusion from the top of the organization. It’s the only […]

Book Review: The Quick Fix: Why Fad Psychology Can’t Cure Our Social Ills

The Quick Fix: Why Fad Psychology Can’t Cure Our Social Ills By Jesse Singal Reviewed by Peter Clarke It’s not fun to admit, but, in most cases, there are no easy solutions to complex problems. This is the message from The Quick Fix, the inaugural book by journalist Jesse Singal. The message arrives at a […]

Book Review: Wonderworks: The 25 Most Powerful Inventions in the History of Literature

Wonderworks: The 25 Most Powerful Inventions in the History of Literature By Angus Fletcher Reviewed by Peter Clarke Everyone knows the sensation of getting lost in a story. This doesn’t happen by accident. For thousands of years, storytellers have utilized a specific technique to pull audiences in. The technique, which Angus Fletcher calls a “literary […]

Book Award Winner: Wounded Workers: Tales from a Working Man’s Shrink

Nonfiction Book Award Status: GOLD Synopsis Wounded Workers:Tales from a Working Man’s Shrink recounts the stories of America’s workforce subjected to physical and psychological trauma. Readers will be exposed to tales of workers involved in shootings, assaults, amputation injuries, and healthcare-related disability. You will relate to the plight, courage and persistence of victims who could be your […]