First Friday Book Synopsis now on YouTube – If you missed our live session, catch up here: Stamped from the Beginning and The Ride of a Lifetime, our July session, now available

The video recording of our July session of the First Friday Book Synopsis is now available on YouTube.  Click here to download the synopsis handout for these two presentations.

The two books are:
The Ride of a Lifetime by Robert Iger
and
Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi

(Each of the two book presentations is around 25-30 minutes in length)

Here is the YouTube link.

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Some of what you might do with these recordings.

#1 – You can watch them.  The best way to watch them is to print out the handout in advance, have it in front of you, and follow along as you go.  If you have never seen one of  my presentations, you will see that I am quite handout intensive.

#2 – You can share the link with others.  You may know someone who would like to know the key content of the books being presented.  Please share the link to these presentations with others

#3 – You might use them as a discussion starter for your team.  Some of these presentations are perfect for that.  Get everyone to print out the handout, then watch the video as a group, and then discuss lessons and takeaways and implications for your team.

This is a time for learning and reflection.  My synopses can help.  I hope you find these useful.

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Here are the other First Friday Book Synopsis sessions now available on YouTube.
May, First Friday Book Synopsis:
Click here to download the synopsis handout for these two presentations.

The two books are:
The Catalyst by Jonah Berger
and
The Innovation Stack by Jim McKelvey

Here is the YouTube link:

 

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June First Friday Book Synopsis
Click here to download the synopsis handout for these two presentations.

The two Books are:
Think Like a Rocket Scientist: Simple Strategies You Can Use to Make Giant Leaps in Work and Life by Ozan Varol.
and
The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers by Ben Horowitz

Here is the YouTube link:

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