Bo White

Ideas and Grace over Coffee


Leaders, from student council and sports to business, politics, thought leaders, and University professors, shape our world in their influence, through their ideas, and we must study leadership because we will not only influence other people, but we’ll likely follow a few. I want to explore this further as we all follow someone and we all influence others in some way.



An important talk from Os Guinness from the great folks at Socrates in the City




My top 10 books for your leadership library (in no particular order)


1. Good Leaders Ask Great Questions by John C. Maxwell

2. The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker

3. Axiom by Bill Hybels

4. Boundaries for Leaders or Integrity by Henry Cloud

5. Kingdom Calling by Amy L. Sherman

6. The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence, and Power (Haslam, Reicher, Platow)

7. Always Your Turn by Seth Godin

8. Leading with a Limp by Dan Allender

9. The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni

10. Storied Leadership by by Jensen and Martel