When it comes to reading, there’s no one else more like the “cobbler’s children” like L&D folk. I know, we get busy. Personally, I have my stack of COVID lockdown books that I never got to. Being that time is pretty precious right now, the big question is which books should we be investing our time in, and which should be left on the bookshelf?
So here we go with the “Bring a Book” Coffee chat!
I know you have books to share! Or maybe you’re a book lover looking to meet fellow book lovers, maybe you want to encourage yourself to pick up a book more often. Maybe you already have a group of fellow L&D peeps interested in getting together to talk books and don’t know what to do next.
Whatever your reason for wanting to dive into a good book, you’ve come to the right place! Sharing your favorite reads is not only a fun way to start a lively discussion, but it’s also a great way to learn new perspectives and participate in some healthy debates.
Never fear! This is a “Bring a Book” #NoJudgement zone. Maybe you love the oldie but goodie “One Minute Manager“, or maybe you’re more into BIG books like “Psychology and Adult Learning: The Role of Theory in Informing Practice” by Mark Tennant. Maybe you’re not even into L&D type books right now, maybe you’re knee-deep into “The DropOut” about Elizabeth Holmes and now you’re reading the book, “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup“ by John Carreyrou. Good on you. Let’s share them all!
So let’s gather on Friday, May 27th, bring your coffee, Bring a Book and let the conversation FLY!
Stay Curious and Take Over the World! ~ Shannon