Intentional Integrityby Robert Chesnut
Enforcing Ethical Behavior
The chief ethics officer at Airbnb Robert Chesnut explains why you need a unique corporate code of ethics, and he tells you how to create, disseminate…
The Corporate Social Mindby Derrick Feldmann and Michael Alberg-Seberich
Do Well to Do Good
Leading authorities on positive corporate social engagement offer a clear, workable manual for companies seeking to help their communities and society at large.
Together Is Betterby Simon Sinek
Be Generous and Brave
Simon Sinek offers a straightforward, moving and even poetic book on finding your joy in the service of others.
Leaving Microsoft to Change the Worldby John Wood
Someday Come Back with Books
Microsoft changed the world. Former Microsoft executive John Wood made it a better place to live: He gave up corporate life to deliver books and build…
Hacking Growthby Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown
A Definitive Methodology for Remarkable Growth
Business development experts Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown explain how adopting a “growth hacking” methodology – including cross-functional teams and quick testing and iteration – allows organizations to create products customers love and to…
A Terrible Thing to Wasteby Harriet A. Washington
Toxins, Disease and Intelligence
National Book Critics Circle Award winner, medical ethicist Harriet A. Washington reveals startling correlations between proximity to pollution and lower intelligence.
Skin in the Gameby Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Stick Your Neck Out
Get involved, says Nassim Nicholas Taleb, but only if you care enough to invest your time, money or commitment. You've got to have skin in the…
Me and White Supremacyby Layla Saad
You’ve Done the Antiracism Reading: Now What?
Books about antiracism inform, educate, arouse outrage and break the heart. This one aims to turn readers into activists.
The Energy Clockby Molly Fletcher
Control Your Energy
Prolific author Molly Fletcher brings her characteristic dynamic approach to gathering and maintaining your energy.
Never Split the Differenceby Chris Voss and Tahl Raz
Haggling for the hostage or the humdrum: how to handle tense negotiations.
Chris Voss, a former FBI hostage negotiator turned business consultant, has a long career of overcoming tense, difficult situations under his belt.
Joy at Workby Marie Kondo and Scott Sonenshein
Spirituality and Common Sense
World-renowned tidying-up specialist Marie Kondo offers advice for transforming your office and, as always, your life.
Designing Your Work Lifeby Dave Evans and Bill Burnett
Think Like a Designer
Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, co-directors of the Stanford Life Design Lab, run down how designers approach problems and how you can get more out…
Super Pumpedby Mike Isaac
Award-winning journalist Mike Isaac tells the fascinating story of Travis Kalanick’s meteoric rise and fall as CEO of Uber.
The FBI Wayby Frank Figliuzzi
Clarity, Transparency, Responsibility
Former FBI special agent Frank Figliuzzi details how the FBI maintains its culture of transparency and compassionate responsibility.
Trillion Dollar Coachby Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle
Google executives Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle illuminate the intersection of strategy and coaching in this homage to executive coach Bill Campbell.