What does your bookshelf say about you? What if your leadership books could collaborate to support your growth? Spine Poems provide new perspective on your reading choices. The idea, take a quick look at your shelf, and use the spines to create a poem.
The exercise provides perspective your topics of choice and how they hang together. Give it a try. What are your books yearning to say?
I asked my online friends to play along. Here’s what their books are saying.
Leadership Spine Poems (Examples)
Be the Best At What Matters Most-David Dye
Make a Scene
The Mission Myth
Own the Stage
My Life as an Experiment- Alli Polin
On Becoming a Leader
The Best Advice I Ever Got
Life is a Verb
Real People, Real Change
You Already Know How to Be Great
Good to Great.
First Things First:
Who Moved My Cheese?
The On-Time, On-Target Manager–
The Elephant in the Room
Competing for the Future–
So You Want to Write
Leadership is Dead.
Oh the thinks you can think
the mind on fire,
the art of possibility,
a problem from hell,
dancing with then thousand things,
running through the wall,
oh, the places you’ll go
Give it a try. Share your poems in the comments and/or upload your pics to Let’s Grow Leaders facebook page.