Recommended Reading

This is a collection of books that I have read and that I often talk about in my presentations. I have found these books to be, not only fascinating and enjoyable, but extremely educational and relevant. Most of them have some kind of flavour of neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science or behavioural science sometimes mixed in with sales, leadership or business. I encourage you to read them as they all have wonderful pearls of wisdom in them that make the world make a little bit more sense. If you click on them it will take you straight to Amazon where you can read summaries and reviews. Enjoy!

Article of the Month

Keeping us up at night survey of Australian C-level leaders - KPMG

When we started this initiative at the close of 2017, the purpose was to draw on our
research resources to reveal what was exercising senior minds as they considered
the new year. 

That remains our mission today. Our public debate continues to abound with claims
about what our leaders are supposedly concerned about. This report cuts through
that noise, uncovering the issues that are really on their minds.


Our continuity with this project means this year we can draw additional insight from the
data by considering both how our list has shifted, and how it has remained stable. 

Click on the image to read the article

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