The Discover Your Strength Book Club helps readers find their strengths through the lessons that they learn from fiction and non-fiction books.

 

The book club has two different programs:

  1. Fiction and non-fiction novels in which the characters go through extraordinary experiences through which they discover their strengths, and readers, in turn, through the narrative, discover as their strengths.
  2. Leadership books that provide readers with tools and skills to help them discover their strengths as leaders.

 

There are different levels of participation.

  • Social Media
    • Instagram:  Read and respond to posts about the fiction and non-fiction books via Instagram
    • Facebook Group:  Read and respond to posts about the fiction and non-fiction books and share posts of your own
    • LinkedIn Group:  Read and respond to posts about leadership books and share posts of your own
  • Interactive Online Meetings
    • Monthly small group video chat discussions about the books and how the lessons learned apply to our lives
    • Discussion questions emailed to participants a day in advance
  • YouTube (coming soon)
    • Short videos discussing the theme of discovering strength in the books and the application to our lives
  • Podcast (coming soon)
    • Short discussions on the theme of discovering strength in the different books and the application to our lives

Fiction and Non-Fiction Novels

  • March-April:  Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
  • May:  Adequate Yearly Progress by Roxanna Elden
  • June:  A Long Pearl of the Sea by Isabel Allende

*The book club will read one book per month to be selected with the participants.

Leadership Books

  • March-April:  Start with Why by Simon Sinek
  • May-June:  Great at Work by Morten T. Hansen
  • July-August:  The Meaning Revolution by Fred Kofman
  • September-October:  Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek
  • November-December:  The Happiness Equation by Neil Pasricha

*The LinkedIn leadership book club will read one book every two months.  Participants can select the 2021 books starting in October 2020.