About the Best Business Books community
Best Business Books is a Guild Group for Business Owners and Reading with roughly 30 members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
To help you find the next book that will help you grow and advance in your business and/or professional life. With so many books making big claims it’s hard to know where to start, so we need to curate. We’re curious to know what worked for you, what you’d recommend, and what books you’d like to hear from others about. We also aim to fight 'tsundoku' one book at a time. We hope to inspire you to read more, to get more from what you read, and to connect with other readers so your bookshelf is your most desired object.
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Future of Work
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Delivering Sustainability in your Business
on guildTo support sustainability champions at all levels to implement practical, achievable programmes in their organisations. Collaborative peer support, knowledge sharing and expert contributions make this the go-to hub for professionals who want to make a sustainability impact in businesses of all sizes.
Building Inclusive Cultures
on guildThis is a community to support individuals committed to building a professional culture of belonging, wherever you work. For all those working to build inclusive organisational cultures and build diversity and equity in the workplace.
NED & Board Advisor Network
on guildFor NEDs (Non Executive Directors), prospective NEDs, trustees and board advisers of all types to share, learn from, and help each other.