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Good Reads 

The Good Reads Collection is the blog category for books and other written works that inspire us and make us smarter. The Good Search CEO Krista Bradford offers up our favorite books, articles, and research. Some of the books may be about leadership, work, and executive search. Others may be about technology or have nothing whatsoever to do with business. 

Of course, we welcome your comments and suggestions of other books to include in Good Reads.

Recruit A Players | Steve Jobs Quote
Recruit A Players | Steve Jobs Quote

Recruit A-Players | Steve Jobs Quote When you recruit A-Players and you are channelling a key talent acquisition strategy of Apple founder Steve Jobs. There's a vast difference between talent that...

Laszlo Bock | Work Rules Book and Video
Laszlo Bock | Work Rules Book and Video

Work Rules! (And So Does Laszlo Bock) Author of the book Work Rules, Laszlo Bock is the innovative, data-driven human resources director who helped transform Google's workforce and culture. He...

Outliers: The Story of Success
Outliers: The Story of Success

Outliers In his book Outliers, Author Malcolm Gladwell asks: What makes high-achievers different? He answers that we pay too much attention to what successful people are like, and too little...

Cybersecurity Classic The Art of Deception
Cybersecurity Classic The Art of Deception

Cybersecurity Classic The Art of Deception The Art of Deception is a brilliant cybersecurity book written by legendary hacker Kevin Mitnick. In stunning detail, he shares how social engineering...

Webinar on Smarter Executive Recruiting
Webinar on Smarter Executive Recruiting

Smarter Executive Recruiting The Good Search webinar on smarter executive recruiting is about reaching beyond the same old executive recruiting resources for a competitive advantage. If you head the...

How to Take Executive Search to The Next Level
How to Take Executive Search to The Next Level

Executive Search Author Scott Eblin's book The Next Level offers insights that can be applied to improve executive search.  Scott observes that in order to progress, we must acquire new behavior and...

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