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Books

These are some of my favorite books - I hope you enjoy them as well! - Justin

Book Reviews

STOP THE CYBER BLEEDING

By Bob Chaput

An excellent book for people at all levels in Healthcare.

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NAVIGATING THE DIGITAL AGE

A COMPENDIUM BY PALO ALTO

WHY ARE YOU MESSING WITH ME?

By Peter Warmka

Senior Survival Guide on Fraud, Privacy, and Security.

This book is engaging - it provides many real life stories to back up the need for the security best practices laid out here. The book covers a wide range of scams and criminal acts and will be useful for people of all ages.  Thank you Peter Warmka for writting this book!  It is truly essential in today's world.

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Crisis Communications

By Steven Fink

The Definitive Guide to Managing the Message.

An excellent book for those who wonder how to manage messaging during a crisis. Crises are occurring at a much more frequent rate. How would you manage messaging for your Hospital if it were hit with ransomware, for example? The book provides great examples of the dos and dont's. Essential for every leader today.

GET THE TRUTH

Former CIA Officers Teach You How to Persuade Anyone to Tell All.
If you do any kind of investigations - either as law enforcement or as part of an internal Corporate team - the you definitely need this book. It is fascinating reading even if you don't do this kind of work. It provides a lot of useful points that you can use in the workplace even when you're not investigating alleged misconduct.

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Just Listen

By Mark Goulston

"Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone"

As someone who tends to talk too much, I find this book to be essential. The tips in this book are useful for everyday life. For example, I like the chapter "Be More Interested Than Interesting" - Isn't it true that you would much rather speak with someone who shows an interest in you and really listens? That is much more desirable than the person who just talks about themselves and their interests. Even if they are the most interesting speaker and led the most fascinating life, you will leave that conversation feeling unfulfilled. There is also a chapter about making the other person "felt" that is truly useful.  

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