Here is a list of books that have shaped my thinking on (employee) communication.
|Walter Isaacs||Dialogue: The Art Of Thinking Together|
|David Bohm||On Dialogue|
|Emmanuel Gobillot||The Connected Leader|
|Boris Groysberg & Michael Slind||Talk, Inc.|
|Nilofer Merchant||The New How|
|Rosabeth Moss Kanter||Confidence|
|Daniel Kahneman||Thinking, Fast and Slow|
|Cees van Riel||The Alignment Factor|
|James Surowiecki||The Wisdom of Crowds|
|Rick Levine et al.||The Cluetrain Manifesto|
|Frank Luntz||Words that Work|
|George Lakoff||Don't think of an elephant|
Here is a list of very inspiring TED-talks.
Brené Brown The power of vulnerability
Margaret Heffernan Dare to disagree
Margaret Heffernan Why it's time to forget the pecking order at work
Margaret Heffernan The dangers of "willful blindness"
Amy Cuddy Your body language shapes who you are
Carol Dweck The power of believing that you can improve
Yves Morieux As work gets more complex, 6 rules to simplify
Yves Morieux How too many rules at work keep you from getting things done
Dan Pink The puzzle of motivation