|stephen [hyphen] neely [at] ouhsc [dot] edu|
The Read & Lead book club was introduced on the HSC campus in March 2008. It's an opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to discuss books focused on leadership or personal insight.
One: Sign-up! Books will be limited to the first 35 people to sign up in the David L. Boren Student Union, Suite 300. HSC Student Affairs is open from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Be sure to sign up early, books often go very quickly. Due to the limited numbers of books, we request no more than two faculty/staff per department sign up.
Unthink is available for pickup starting October 7.
Two: Enjoy reading!
Three: Join us for a complimentary lunch and book discussion. Choose from one of two dates:
- Wednesday, November 6 @ noon, DLB Student Union, Room 205
- Thursday, November 7 @ noon, DLB Student Union, Room 205
From Amazon's Review Section
"Erik Wahl's UNTHINK is Creative Detox at the highest level. It's a kick in the pants that will send you sailing out of the box -- back to "beginner's mind," to child-like courage, to that place of play where all wonderful work originates. Erik Wahl is a force of nature. UNTHINK is his relentless, playful ethos in a bottle. I love the concept, I love the title. Five Un-Stars!" -Steven Pressfield, bestselling author of The War of Art and Turning Pro
"UNTHINK will catapult you forward to unlock and unleash your creative genius. This thought provoking book is an extension of Erik Wahl's electrifying keynote performance that will inspire you grow your dreams and challenge your traditional thought patterns to achieve excellence in both business and in life." -Ken Blanchard, bestselling co-author of The One Minute Manager
"Erik Wahl has made creativity his life's study. In the pages of UNTHINK, you'll find inspiration for your own creative journey. Even better, you'll discover that you won't have to travel far -- the answers are all around you." -Daniel H. Pink, bestselling author of Whole New Mind, Drive, and To Sell Is Human
About the Author
Erik Wahl is an artist, author, and entrepreneur who has become a catalyst for inspiring professionals to achieve extraordinary levels of performance. Internationally recognized as a thought provoking graffiti artist and one of the most sought-after speakers on the corporate lecture circuit, Wahl’s process of creating “disruptive innovations” in both art and business has led to countless stories of breakthrough success. Wahl’s artwork has raised millions of dollars for charities and can be seen hanging prominently in executive offices around the world. Erik, Tasha, and their three sons live in Southern California.
#22: The Red Rubber Ball at Work by Kevin Carroll (October 2013)
#21: Successful Failure by Devery Youngblood (April 2013)
#20: Good Boss, Bad Boss by Robert Sutton, Ph.D. (February 2013)
#19: The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg (November 2012)
#18: Talk Less, Say More by Connie Dieken (October 2012)
#17: StandOut by Marcus Buckingham (April 2012)
#16: Switch: How to Change When Change is Hard by Heath and Heath (February 2012)
#15: Strengths Based Leadership by Rath and Conchie (November 2011)
#14: Soup by Jon Gordon (October 2011)
#13: Squirrel Inc. by Stephen Denning (April 2011)
#12: The Fred Factor by Mark Sanborn (February 2011)
#11: Choosing Civility: The Twenty-Five Rules of Considerate Conduct (November 2010)
#10: Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements (October 2010)
#9: Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us (April 2010)
#8: Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us (March 2010)
#7: Emotional Intelligence 2.0 (November 2009)
#6: The Power of Less (October 2009)
#5: A Peacock in the Land of Penguins (April 2009)
#4: Strengthsfinder 2.0 (December 2008)
#3: The Last Lecture (September / October 2008)
#2: Vital Friends (April 2008)
#1: How Full is Your Bucket? (March 2008)
Norman Campus - Read and Lead