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Top 10 Summer Reading Books

By TLDG, Monday, June 25, 2018
Summer reading is not just for children. Vacation days with the family, "summer Fridays", and longer days with sunlight pose the perfect time to learn something new. The leadership benefits of reading are wide-ranging. Evidence suggests reading can improve intelligence and lead to innovation and insight. It can also make you more effective in leading others by making you a more adept and articulate communicator. Reading is also the best way to relax, as reading for six minutes can reduce stress by 68%, according to new research by Mindlab International at the University of Sussex. Read More +

My Personal Leadership Philosophy

By William F. Murdy - Chairman, Thayer Leader Development Group & Thayer Hotel, Tuesday, January 23, 2018