Centric Must Reads: 13 Centric-Certified Books to Inspire Your Personal and Professional Life
Reading is an important part of Centric’s culture – we’ve found that learning from the experiences of others is one of the best ways to be inspired. Good books and insightful lessons are shared frequently within the Centric walls – whether that be through team emails, via Twitter or in personal conversations.
So, we thought we’d take a moment and bottle up some of the great reads that have impacted our own lives and thought processes. Below are 13 books recommended from Centric’s leaders.
Take a look and enjoy! And let us know if you have comments on these books or others to recommend. We’d love to hear from you.
- Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell – submitted by Craig Holbrook, Centric Boston
- “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand – submitted by Mike Brannan, Technology Solutions
- “I Love You More Than My Dog” by Jeanne Bliss, submitted by Andy Park, Centric Cincinnati
- “The Righteous Mind” by Jonathan Haidt – submitted by Andy Rahman, Centric Tampa
- “Getting Naked” by Patrick Lencioni – submitted by Matt Dierker, Centric Cleveland
- “Never Eat Alone” by Keith Ferrazzi – submitted by Ted Goodman, Centric Chicago
- “The Connected Company” by David Gray – submitted by Paul Holway, Centric St. Louis
- “The Alchemy of Air” by Thomas Hager – submitted by Aaron Aude, Portals and Collaboration
- “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss – submitted by Carmen Fontana, Recruiting
- “Creativity, Inc.” by Ed Catmull – submitted by Tom Huth, Business Intelligence
- “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership” by John Maxwell – submitted by Bill Chamberlain, Centric Chicago
- “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Steven Covey – submitted by Joe Smucny
- “Offshoring Information Technology” by Erran Carmel and Paul Tjia – submitted by Brian Offenbacher and Jason Pohl, Strategic Growth and Operations