Every one of us can equip another to be their best self. Here is what is inspiring me.

Rosie's Must-Reads

The Gifts of Imperfection, Brene Brown

Perfection is a myth and unattainable goal – plain and simple. In this book, Brene shows us why and how to embrace our imperfections and step into our greatness.

The Healing Organization, Raj Sisodia & Michael Gelb

Businesses can be a force for good – even healing – in our increasingly suffering world. This book provides hope by showing how incredible companies are revolutionizing business practices.

Permission to Screw Up, Kristen Hadeed

Kristen is a force for letting our humanity shine and embracing mistakes as a path for learning and growth. This book shares her journey and powerful leadership lessons.

The Purpose Economy, Aaron Hurst

We have entered a new economic era where people want to be connected to a compelling purpose. This book shows us how to leverage purpose and find success.

Radical Candor, Kim Scott

Kim Scott uses her experiences as an executive at Google and Apple to provide a critical effective feedback formula I swear by: caring personally + challenging directly.

Team of Teams, General Stanely McChrystal

In our rapidly changing world, we need to move beyond rigid hierarchies to more flexible teams. This book shows how this shift can work in any type of organization.

The Fearless Organization, Amy Edmondson

We must feel psychologically safe if we’re going to show up and contribute, take risks, etc. This book shows how we can create a fearless organization one team at a time.

Mastering Leadership, Bob Anderson & Bill Adams

If we want to be more effective, we must first wade in the messy middle to “upgrade” our inner operating system. This book shows why moving from our Reactive to our Creative Mind is key to our success.

Firms of Endearment, Raj Sisodia, et al.

This book shows how conscious, human businesses can be wildly successful (including outperforming the S&P 500 by 14-to-1) and how they’re breaking the mold of “business-as-usual”

Drive, Daniel Pink

This book succinctly leverages research to help us rethink motivation. It’s not about money or incentives; we must foster autonomy, mastery and purpose.

These are some of my professional heroes who have inspired me and who I've been fortunate enough to meet...and honored to have become friends with a few of them.


Simon Sinek



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