Posts Tagged ‘Work & Productivity’

Jacob Tomsky

July 31 . 2013

Heads in Beds is Jacob Tomsky‘s funny, authentic, and irreverent chronicle of the highs and lows of hotel life, told by a keenly observant insider who’s seen it all.

Phil Tiemeyer

June 11 . 2013

Phil Tiemeyer examines how flight attendants have combated sexism and homophobia to create a more just and equal workplace through the last 80 years in Plane Queer.

Po Bronson, Ashley Merryman

February 21 . 2013

In Top Dog, Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman use cutting edge science to tease out the hidden factors at the core of every great triumph – and every tragic failure.

Donald Barlett, James Steele

August 13 . 2012

Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalists, Donald Barlett and James Steele are back with the story of how the American middle class has been systematically impoverished and its prospects thwarted in favor of a new ruling elite in The Betrayal of the American Dream.

Lis Wiehl, Anne Kreamer

April 8 . 2011

Lis Wiehl, the FOX News legal analyst and host of “Wiehl of Justice” knows a thing or two about the law and tackles some legal issues in the news. Her new thriller is, Heart of Ice. Later, author Anne Kreamer says it’s okay to cry in the new workplace in It’s Always Personal.

Philip Dray

October 19 . 2010

The con­test between labor and capital for their share of American bounty has shaped our national experience. Historian and author,  Philip Dray’s ambition is to show us the vital accomplishments of organized labor in the twentieth century and to illuminate its central role in our social, political, economic, and cultural evolution in There Is Power In A Union.

Devra Davis, Judge Glenda Hatchett

September 29 . 2010

In her new book, Disconnect, Dr. Devra Davis reveals untold stories of cell phone industry cover-up and explains what everyone needs to know and do about cell phone radiation-without giving up our cell phones. Later Judge Glenda Hatchett, host of her Emmy nominated syndicated show and author of Dare to Take Charge.

Tom Peters, Stephan Asma

March 19 . 2010

Best selling author Tom Peters talks about The Little Big Things and later Stephen Asma wrote, Why I Am a Buddhist.