This year we are looking at the Partners for inspiring reading suggestions. Here are some options related to their areas of expertise and their personal interests and hobbies.
David Walker – The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie and the Gospel of Wealth by Andrew Carnegie
As a long-standing Trustee of Carnegie Trust, this has helped David in his role.
Andrew Croxford – TED Talks: The official TED guide to public speaking: Tips and tricks for giving unforgettable speeches and presentations by Chris Anderson
A useful read for someone who has been known to do a bit of public speaking!
Alan Mitchell – The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
A must read for a new managing partner.
Mark Mitchell – Munro Bagging Logbook & Journal – 282 Of the Scottish Highland Munros: Hiking Scotland’s Highest Peaks, Pocket Size Record Book With all 282 Mountains over 3000ft by Herbert Publishing
Mark loves bagging a Munro and is often found at the top of one at a weekend.
Fiona Haro – Where Memories Go: Why dementia changes everything by Sally Magnusson
As Trustee of the Charity set up by Sally Magnusson while she was writing this book, this was a must read.
Richard Gardiner – Boom and Bust by William Quinn
Any insolvency partner would be lost without it.
Carrie Campbell – Cold Case by Quintin Jardine
Carrie’s love of local crime novels follows through into her investigating businesses and finding solutions to problems.
Elaine Cromwell – DOG Colouring Book
As a reprieve from running a busy payroll and outsourcing department, Elaine loves walking her dog and is particularly crafty – an ideal book choice!
Mark Gibson – The Secret Life of Cows by Rosamund Young
Mark’s love of agriculture is seen also in his love of books.
Sharon Collins – Golf for Dummies by Gary McCord
Sharon is often found on a golf course perfecting her swing when not busy auditing.