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

Rosie's Must-Reads

Get to What Matters, Wendy Lynch and Clydette deGroot

Listening well is the most critical communication skill; yet most of us have room to improve. This book offers a toolbox to help defuse tension, overcome challenges, and create trust to take your conversations to a gratifying level through key listening tools.

Thanks for the Feedback, Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen

Before we can effectively give feedback, we have to be able to receive it well. And it’s critical for our ongoing growth. This book gives tangible tools to help accept feedback with curiosity and grace.

The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz

This quick-read book is based on ancient Toltec wisdom. It reveals the source of our self-limiting beliefs and the Four Agreements and practices that can transform our lives.

Reality-Based Leadership, Cy Wakeman

This no-nonsense book helps you ditch the drama and BS and find a productive path forward by moving from our Ego to self-reflection and adding value.

Everybody Matters, Bob Chapman & Raj Sisodia

Bob and Raj are two of my favorite people and phenomenal forces for humanity! This book shares how we can transform our work and world by honoring and caring for people as valued human beings.

An Everyone Culture, Bob Kegan & Lisa Lahey

Imagine if our workplaces helped us break past barriers and become the best versions of ourselves. This book unlocks the potential of Deliberately Developmental Organizations.

Immunity to Change, Bob Kegan & Lisa Lahey

What prevents meaningful change is our own psychological immune system and self-limiting narrative. This book walks through the Immunity to Change process to help you overturn your own immunity.

BRAVING the Wilderness, Brene Brown

Trust is built via sets of clear behaviors. Using the acronym BRAVING, Brene shows us how we can build trust and enhance our effectiveness. I leverage this in all team-based work I do.

The Gifts of Imperfection, Brené 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.

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.

These are some 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
Adam Grant
Ken Blanchard



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