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January #HRBookClub: Your New Year in HR Books!

Hey, everybody, welcome to the January 2019 #HRBookClub.

Last year, my goal was to help you read 12 books in 12 months. We started with Brené Brown and Dan Harris. It was a fun year where we learned a lot about how people consume information and share their ideas online.

This year is different. I don’t care how many books you read; I want you to learn something because, as we’ve said for 365-days, readers are leaders.

And if you’re not a leader in HR, I’m unsure of what you’re doing because there’s no time for anything else.

Let’s start the year properly by reading two books together. Pick one, pick both, pick something different. I don’t care as long as you’re reading.

The long-time followers of this club requested both: “Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.” by Brené Brown and “You Can’t Hurt Me” by David Goggins.

Our January Books

Dare to Lead” is one of those books that everybody wants you to read because Brené Brown is trendy. However, trendy is good. We’ll join in the fun and pull the essential quotes throughout the month so you can be in the loop. And “You Can’t Hurt Me” is for anyone who is trying to accomplish something big and audacious in 2019. David is your key opinion leader on making the impossible possible.

So, to recap, we’ll read two books in January 2019 and then have a book club discussion at the end of the month on Zoom — where I’ll have a guest who will lead us through a review and answer your questions. Attendance is capped at 100, so sign up today for the January 2019 #HRBookClub meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Make 2019 Your Best Reading Year Yet!

Looking forward to reading all kinds of books with you in 2019. Here’s to a fabulous second year of the #HRBookClub!

All the Best,
Laurie Ruettimann


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