The Next IQ is one of the more systemic books I have read on the subject of Inclusion. She takes a novel approach to the subject and illustrates how inclusive collaboration can become the next level of organizational intelligence for 21st century leaders.
The Power of Habit
By Charles Duhigg
Charles Duhigg's book leverages the latest scientific information to show us why and how habits are formed and how we can go about building new habits. If nothing else, take away the Cue/Trigger, Routine/Old Habit, Reward loop and its implications for how to reframe intentions. When [cue/trigger] occurs next, Instead of [routine/old habit], I will in 60 seconds or less take [new action that is start of new habit]. And I will then [Reward] myself. I.e. Use the same Cue/Trigger, provide the same Reward, but change the Routing/Old Habit incrementally.
The pages and stories in Things that Join the Sea and the Sky are field notes on living; a travelogue of poet Mark Nepo's conversation with the Universe; a mix of inner reflections, questions, and stories that have come to teach him how to be here. He hopes we feel the common song we're born to sing in our unique and very human way.
Winning From Within
By Erica Ariel Fox
Erica Fox takes the 4 archetypal directions and leverages them through the lens of her expertise in Negotiations.
Wired to Resist
By Britt Andreatta, PhD
PRACTICAL INSIGHTS ON IMPROVING YOUR CAPACITY TO MANAGE CHANGE AND SHIFT HABITS
Britt Andreatta has the gift of making the knowledge now available because of the advances in neuroscience practical. Her book Wired to Resist is for anyone who has wondered why change is so hard or why change initiative mostly fail, a guide that will give you supremely usable tips to make things less difficult for yourself and others.