All I need to be entertained are cats within ear-scratching distance and a good book . . .OK, maybe that's not ALL I need, but it's a good start.

I love to read. And I love to get recommendations for books to read.

I started Cats and a Book to share the books I read with others. Some I love, some I don't, but you may love the ones I don't, so you're welcome to post your own comments and suggestions.

To make it easier to purchase books you may read about on the blog, I've linked to Amazon.com through The Cats and a Book Bookstore, which is located on the bottom of this page. Your purchases are fulfilled and handled through Amazon. To assure your privacy, Cats and a Book doesn't handle any of your payment or contact information.

Happy reading!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Cats and a Book Virtual Book Club Discussion Questions

Blair identifies three "lessons" in what he calls political courage, but could also be lessons for any leader. These were "to think anew," "to be prepared to lead and to decide," and "to take calculated risk."

What lessons would you identify for leaders in your organization? Are there skills they must learn to succeed? What would your successor need to do well?

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