MULTIPLIERS: HOW THE BEST LEADERS MAKE EVERYONE SMARTER

BY LIZ WISEMAN > JUNE 2010

Some leaders make everyone smarter and multiply the effectiveness of their teams while others diminish the talent and intelligence of those around them. There are five critical capacities that separate one type of leader from the other, and this book holds up an unforgiving mirror for you to see exactly what areas you need to work on. Once you know the characteristics of multipliers and diminishers, you’ll recognize them everywhere.

 

 

HOW TO BE A LEADER

BY MARTIN BJERGEGAARD AND COSMINA POPA > FORTHCOMING, AUGUST 2016

The foundation for your leadership is your own self-awareness. If you don’t believe that, this book is a must-read. Full of engaging stories, mind-expanding insights, and practical instructions for upping your leadership game, this book will convince you that leadership is not simply a title — it’s a moment-by-moment choice. Know thyself more deeply and watch your abilities grow.

 

 

 

AN EVERYONE CULTURE: BECOMING A DELIBERATELY DEVELOPMENTAL ORGANIZATION

BY ROBERT KEGAN AND LISA LASKOW LAHEY > MARCH 2016

Ready to play in the big leagues? This book by two education researchers from Harvard is a profile of what are probably the three most advanced corporate cultures in America (and no, you probably haven’t heard of them). What it takes to grow into the role of leader in those cultures represents a humblingly high bar for vulnerability and growth that transcends the personal/professional divide. Could it be that workplaces can become the ultimate forum to help people become greater than they think possible? Read this book to find out.

Nathan Havey

Nathan Havey is the founder and CEO of Thrive Consulting Group, a company that exists to make conscious business the new business as usual. Thrive’s signature offering is The Workshop on Conscious Business.


Businesses that pursue a clear purpose beyond profit, strive to create value for all their stakeholders (not just shareholders), and insist on developing leaders that create a culture of care and safety rather than control and fear outperform their peers by wide margins. The Workshop on Conscious Business leverages these ideas to help business leaders identify opportunities for improvement in the personal, social, and financial results they create. This is more than corporate social responsibility, it is more than “giving back”. This is proactively leveraging the organizing force of capitalism to solve humanity’s challenges.

Nathan is a sought-after speaker on conscious business from audiences across the country. Nathan serves on the advisory board to Conscious Company Magazine.