2021 World Book Day – Browsing The TC Book Shelves

Mar 4, 2021 | TC blog, TC news

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 CroxfordTED 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 MitchellMunro 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 HaroWhere 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 GardinerBoom and Bust by William Quinn

Any insolvency partner would be lost without it.

 

Carrie CampbellCold Case by Quintin Jardine 

Carrie’s love of local crime novels follows through into her investigating businesses and finding solutions to problems.

 

Elaine CromwellDOG 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 GibsonThe Secret Life of Cows by Rosamund Young

Mark’s love of agriculture is seen also in his love of books.

Sharon CollinsGolf for Dummies by Gary McCord 

Sharon is often found on a golf course perfecting her swing when not busy auditing.

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