Books enjoyed by Norwood Teague’s
Here are a few books I’ve enjoyed and/or benefited from reading myself. I believe you will enjoy them as well:
Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders: The Three Essential Principles You Need To Become an Extraordinary Leader, by Rajeev Peshawria. The best book I have ever read about leading an organization. Incredibly insightful.
Say Nothing, a true story of murder and memory in Northern Ireland, by Patrick Keefe. Growing up in the 80s, I heard some much about the problems in Northern Ireland. This book does and excellent job covering the many stories and timelines I had only heard about via the nightly news. Well written and worth the read.
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap….and Other Don’t. by Jim Collins. A true business classic. If you have not read, you have to. Should be the first book college grads read once entering the business world. Some many great lessons.
Joker One: A Marine Platoons Story of Courage Leadership and Brotherhood, by Donovan Campbell. A Marine friend of mine recommended this book as he also served in Iraq during the time that Donovan Campbell did. He said it was very realistic. I could not put it down.
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