Hiram Seth Whitmer
Innovative and Transformational Healthcare Leader
Reading has the power to stir our souls and to create perspective. In our busy lives it can be difficult to find time to read. I think it’s essential we continue to make the time. Below is a list I have started to compile, at this time it is nowhere near complete. As I have time I will continue to update this page.
Lord of the Flies: I know this is a weird recommendation. Most people I talk to hated this book when they read it in high school. But I loved the interaction among the characters. It spoke to me and my life with my friends. It was the first book I had ever read that had such depth of character and could clearly outline the interactions of people so well.
First Break All The Rules: This was a compelling book based on volumes of research and how to have a successful team. If you want to learn about the basics of leadership based on actual research, this is a great place to start.
The Way of Kings: While this is a fictional fantasy story, the way in which Brandon Sanderson is able to portray the difficulty in getting others to follow a leader is amazing. There are many parallels that can be drawn in real life and leadership.