Miriam's Book Club

I spend most of my free time reading books in behavioral psychology, management and organizational culture. Below are some of my favorites. 

Quiet by Susan Cain

The Power of Introverts in a World that Won't Stop Talking

The Confidence Code

The biological and social reasons for confidence and how to build it

Linda Rottenberg, Crazy is a Complim

Entrepreneurship, leadership and whatever in between. Lessons from the founder of Endeavor.

Ask for It by Babcock and Laschever

Negotiations skills for women

Stuart Diamond, Getting More

Negotiations skills

Crucial Conversations

How to manage conflict and difficult situations

How Remarkable Women Lead

A framework to more effective leadership

Adam Grant, Give and Take

About the different people we meet in the corporate world: givers, takers and matchers.

Presence by Amy Cuddy

How your body language influences others and even yourself

Art of Woo by Richard Shell

Driving new ideas through complex organizations

Originals by Adam Grant

How leaders drive new ideas

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Flow

Man's search for meaning, Frankl

How to find meaning even in the toughest moments.

Hofstede, Cultures and Organiazation

All you need to know about national and organizational cultures

Daniel Coyle, The Talent Code

The different paths to faster and adaptive learning.

Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits

Lessons for work and life

Show Your Work by Austin Kleon

How to enhance your creativity

Charles Duhigg, The Power of Habit

How habits work, how to form them and how to break them

Unlocking the Clubhouse by Margolis

The history behind women's current low representation in computing and how this can be changed. Based on the Carnegie Mellon experience.

Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

One of the most brilliant and original takes on the history of humankind

MIRIAM GROBMAN

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