The Democratization of the Private Market by Carine Schneider

…Netherlands and received her degree in psychology and sociology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is a frequent speaker at conferences around the world, including at President Obama’s 2016 Global Entrepreneurial Summit, and has authored various articles and chapters in industry publications. She currently serves as a member

Letters To Jacob by Maria Hopfgarten

…I went to the hospital library to pick up a few books on grief. I found many books on the grieving process and the stages of grief, but not many personal stories I could relate to. I wanted to give my fellow grievers the raw and personal truth about grief and still finding joy. At the same time, I wanted to give grievers practical tips on how to cope with grief. I wanted to be that friend you can relate to in the hardest times of life…

Thrive: The Facilitator’s Guide to Radically Inclusive Meetings by Dr. Mark Smutny

…My unique focus is on inclusive meetings—the landscape in which we live a good portion of our organizational lives.
I have been asked many times by people why I think I am an expert on diversity and inclusion since I am a straight, White man with lots of advantages. My response is that I am not an expert on diversity and inclusion, especially when it concerns race. I am still learning be more empathic. I do have a passionate commitment to social justice…

CULTURE IGNITED: 5 Disciplines for Adaptive Leadership by Jason Richmond with Jeanne Kerr and Malcolm J. Nichollby

Welcome back to Lamon Reviews. Today spotlight book is geared towards coorporate leaders and executives. But it is chocked full … More