Register today for Bite-Size Book Club launching Wednesday, March 27!

Learning and Organizational Development is thrilled to announce the launch of the Bite-Sized Book Club, Wednesday, March 27!

Each spring and fall, join us online as we dive into the insightful pages of books, that have been thoughtfully selected to stimulate critical thinking, spark meaningful discussions, and inspire. You can expect diverse selections, thought-provoking discussions, and community building.

Our spring selection, The Power of Understanding Yourself by Dave Mitchell, explores personal attributes related to interactive style, provides exercises for exploring how to connect your current life status to a desired future state, and encourages readers to engage in a deep exploration of their core values, beliefs, mission, and vision to become their best self.

  • Find the key to self-discovery and personal development
  • Uncover your true purpose
  • Use helpful exercises to reveal the best you
  • Develop strategies to maximize your potential

Take this opportunity to connect with your colleagues across the WSU system, forge new friendships and strengthen a sense of community. Details and registration for Bite-Size Book Club available in Percipio. We look forward to seeing you at our inaugural meeting, Wednesday, March 27!

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