Art Petty and Wally Bock take on the topic of "books about thinking" in this episode of the Leadership and Management Book Talk podcast.
Reading Robert Iger's The Ride of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned from 15 Years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company was truly a joy. Wally Bock concurred, and we go on in this fun Leadership and Management Book Talk podcast episode to share the many reasons why we both love this book!
The world of business lost a giant thinker recently, who by all accounts was a fabulous person. I'm referencing Harvard's Clayton Christensen, perhaps best known for his thinking and books focused on The Innovator's Dilemma. Wally Bock and I connected on the latest episode of our podcast to talk about Christensen and his books.
Words matter! We all know this, yet for many, there's room to strengthen how we present and project ourselves in our daily exchanges with colleagues, team members, and bosses. In this episode of the Leadership and Management Book Talk Podcast, Wally Bock and I share our favorite resources for strengthening communication skills.
In this episode of the Leadership and Management Book Talk with Wally Bock and Art Petty, we share our favorite reads on developing others.
Our focus for this episode turns to business books we read over and over again. Wally Bock and I each share two different books and make a case for why they are important parts of our libraries and of our thinking.
For this episode, the focus is on biography. Specifically, we each selected two of our favorite biographies and offer reasons why these are fabulous reads for anyone open to learning from inspirational characters.
Art Petty and Wally Bock share their 2019 Holiday Book Recommendations in this episode of the Leadership and Management Book podcast.
Leadership authors and bloggers, Art Petty and Wally Bock, combine efforts to share their views on the latest leadership and management books. In this episode, Art and Wally review Call Sign Chaos by Jim Mattis and Bing West.