Book Report Requirements
Format: 2 pages (double spaced), Time New Roman, front size 12
Include the following information:
â€¢ Participant’s name (leave blank) and date of review.
â€¢ The title, author’s name, publisher, and publication date.
â€¢ Discussion of the major concepts presented, and the significance these concepts have to Federal managers. Discuss how these concepts apply to your personal work environment.
â€¢ Identify one personal opportunity for growth you identified from the book, and describe how you plan to apply it to your daily work environment.
â€¢ Identify one personal strength identified from the book, and give an example from your daily work experience describing how this is a strength.
Recommended Book List (choose anyone of the books listed below to write the report)
Allen, David (2002) Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. New York, NY: Penguin Group.
Buckingham, Marcus (2008) The One Thing You Need to Know. New York, NY: Simon &amp; Schuster.
Calarco, A. &amp; Gurvis, J. (2006) Adaptability: Responding Effectively to Change. Goldsboro, NC: Center for Creative Leadership Press.
Ferrazzi, Keith &amp; Raz, Tahl (2005) Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time. Currency.
Harvey, Eric, Conttrell, David, and Lucia, Al (2003) The Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus. Dallas, TX: Performance Systems Corporation.
Kellerman, Barbara (2008) Followership: How Followers are Creating Change and Changing Leaders. Harvard Business School Press.
Kirkland, K. &amp; Manoogian, S. (1998) Ongoing Feedback: How to Get It, How to Use It. Goldsboro, NC: Center for Creative Leadership Press.
Lencioni, Patrick, (2002). The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Failure. JoseyyBass.
Lennick, Doug &amp; Kiel, Fred (2005) Moral Intelligence: Enhancing Business Performance and Leadership Success. Wharton School Publishing.
Luyet, R.J., Tamm, J.W. (2004) Radical Collaboration: Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships. New York: Harper Collins.
Zweifel, Thomas D. (2010). Communicate or Die: Getting Results Through Speaking and Listening. Select Books.