Calling all Kinetix employees, friends, clients, family and more!
The holidays are right around the corner and our gift wrapping supplies are set—all of this can only mean one thing: it’s time to submit your ideas for our annual holiday book.
Annual Holiday Wha…?
Our annual holiday book! If you’ve known us for a few years, you know what we’re talking about. If you’re new to the Kinetix crew, let us fill you in. Every year around the holidays, as cookies and swag gifts begin piling through the door, Kinetix’s elves get together to do things a little differently by sending off books to our friends all over.
But these are no ordinary books. These books have spunk. We’re talking titles like Fahrenheit 451, The Fountainhead, JPod, The Alchemist and, most recently, Company.
With such a diverse collection, you may be wondering what all these books DO have in common. If you haven’t figured it out, there is one common trait: all of these books get you to think about talent in a different way. They encourage you to be better by opening your worldview to all the different ways we can perceive talent within and around us. And, honestly, what better way is there to finish the year off and kickstart a new one?
There’s just one thing missing for us to get the books from our wrapping tables to your desk…
In the past, our best books have been suggested by Kinetix outsiders—friends of friends, clients, vendors. But whether you proudly wear a Kinetix badge or not, we want you hear what books you’ve been reading that have given you a new perspective on talent!
There’s just two guidelines for book recommendations:
That’s it—follow those two guidelines and your recommendation just may end up going out to hundreds of people.
Sound off in the comments below with your good reads, or send any recommendations to email@example.com to be considered. We can’t wait to see what you’ve had your nose in this year!
I'd love to hear from you.
Rules of the Red Rubber Ball reminds us to "play" and have fun at work.ReplyDelete
The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the Future of Work is one I haven't read but was told to read. Sounds interesting.
Happy Reading! 😃