March #HRBookClub Recommendations
March is Women’s History Month. I’m not a big fan of history books, but I would love for you to join the #HRBookClub and read a few books by amazing women.
The first choice for the March #HRBookClub is “The New Rules of Work: The Modern Playbook for Navigating Your Career” by Alexandra Cavoulacos and Kathryn Minshew. They are the founders of a website called The Muse. Have you seen it? I picked this book because you can’t make history and change the world if you’re stuck in a job you hate. It’s a fantastic read for all ages, races, genders and career paths. Even if you’re not looking for work, it’s an essential addition to your HR library.
The second selection is “Everything Happens for a Reason: And Other Lies I’ve Loved” by Kate Bowler. I chose this book for the #HRBookClub because it’s a moving and compassionate story of a woman’s journey through her Stage IV cancer diagnosis. HR makes work environments more human, and I think this book will help you gain a new perspective on what it’s like to have a colleague with cancer.
So, in honor of Women’s History Month, I present two incredible books written by progressive, intelligent, badass women that are accessible to all audiences. Read one, read both, or read something else.
And join me on March 30th at 2 PM ET for a chat about the books. Hold the time and date, okay? I’ll get back to you on the format. Now get reading!
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