National Book Lovers Day: Our favourite reads

On National Book Lovers Day, we wanted to share our top business reads for you to enjoy and be inspired by.

Today (Monday 9th August) marks National Booklover’s Day. So, what better way of celebrating than with a bookish post, or to be precise a business book post.

We love to share our book recommendations around the team, sometimes fiction, sometimes business inspired.

But, on this day, we wanted to share our top business reads for you to enjoy and be inspired by. Some of these you may have heard of whilst others may be new to you.

So, without further ado, here are our top business book recommendations.

The Mythical Man-Month

A fantastic book that looks at computer projects and the difficulties in delivering. (I can relate to some of these.)

Matthew Brookes, Project Manager

Let It Go: My Extraordinary Story

Opens your mind to what is possible. We can open any door if we are brave enough to turn the handle.”

Raise Frankum, Business Growth Manager

Hegarty on Creativity: There are No Rules

A brilliant dive into the mind of one of the UK’s leading creatives, packed with insights into creativity and the creative process. A must read for anyone working, or thinking of working, for an agency.

Jack Turner, Marketing Operations Specialist

Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook

Helped open my eyes to some of the basic techniques that sometimes get missed by orgs looking to grow their presence across social media and how they can capitalise on existing marketing assets.

Andy Bentley, Data & Insights Analyst

No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention

” A new mindset and business philosophy, sharing thought leadership daring of daring to be different, essential for taking your business forward in 2021/22

Raise Frankum, Business Growth Manager

Start With Why

The book starts with comparing the two main ways to influence human behaviour: manipulation and inspiration. Sinek argues that inspiration is the more powerful and sustainable of the two. Which I agree with!

Joe Baily, Managing Director

This book encouraged me to be more assertive and to not be afraid to ask why and question clients more.

Melissa Dyson, Head of Support & Maintenance

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

“A classic business book that we refer to yet forget to follow

Raise Frankum, Business Growth Manager

Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.

Brene Brown advocates finding the potential in everyone, taking off your armour to allow yourself to be vulnerable and not shying away from tough conversations. These concepts resonate strongly with me.

Cass Capel, HR Director


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