Archive: Mar 2019

World Book Day 2019

To celebrate World Book Day 2019, we asked our workplace experts what their favourite reads were. Here’s what they said.

Steve Elliott: CEO for Dummies
Victoria Ward: ‘Harry Potter series’ by J. K. Rowling
Nick Bent: ‘A Boy in the Water: A Memoir’ by Tom Gregory
Helen Lowe: ‘Matilda’ by Roald Dahl
Anthony Brown: ‘Bartleby, the Scrivener’ by Herman Melville
Leanne Baird: ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen
Ellen Webb: ‘The Great Gatsby’ by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Paul Whistler: ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen
Russell Bowden: ‘The Secret’ by Rhonda Byrne
Vicki Webb: ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ by Harper Lee
Henry Strickland: ‘A Prayer for Owen Meany’ by John Irving
Lorna Thomas: ‘Dead Simple’ by Peter James
Derren Andrewartha: ‘Angela’s Ashes’ by Frank McCourt
Dean Millard: ‘The Chancellor Manuscript’ by Robert Ludlum
Brian Dolan: ‘A Game of Thrones’ by George R. R. Martin
Sara Lopez: ‘The Name of the wind’ by Patrick Rothfuss
Oliver Bishop: ‘Shantaram’ by Gregory David Roberts
Penny Creswell: ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen
Dean Sayers: ‘Penguins Stopped Play’ by Harry Thompson
Chris Carter: ‘The profession of violence’ by John Pearson
Amy Barnes: ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck’ by Mark Manson
Heather Allan: ‘The Best of Times’ by Penny Vincenzi
Will Turner: ‘Think & Grow Rich’ by Napoleon Hill
Theo Riakiotakis: ‘Good to Great’ by Tim Ferris
Gary Mason:’The Dice Man’ by Luke Rhineheart
Anne Greenway: ‘The Help’ by Kathryn Stockett
Kurt Steventon: ‘Harry Potter series’ by J. K. Rowling
Cat Agacy: ‘Insomnia’ by Stephen King
Adey Moir: ‘The Ghost and Bertie Boggin’ by Catherine Sefton
Steve Buchanan: ‘Wild pork and watercress’ by Barry Crump
Kevin P’ng: ‘Charlie and The Chocolate Factory’ by Roald Dahl
Richard McPherson: ‘The Ragged-Trousered Philanthropists’ by Robert Tressell
Robert Culley: ‘Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens
Andy Drummond: ‘The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz’ by Jeremy Dronfield
Joanna Milczarek: ‘The Magus’ by John Fowles
Cristian Scolnii: ‘Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind’ by Yuval Noah Harari
Maria Russo: ‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being’ by Milan Kundera
Tomas Hollingsworth: ‘Shoe Dog’ by Phil Knight
Paddy Westbury: ‘Bad Blood: The Secret Life of the Tour de France’ by Jeremy Whittle
Callum Quarton: ‘The Glass Castle’ by Jeannette Walls
Ewen Wood: ‘Shantaram’ by Gregory David Roberts
Chris Brain: ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ by Andrew Neiderman
Jim Powell: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by William Shakespeare
Julian Eley: ‘Think & Grow Rich’ by Napoleon Hill
Rosemary Laurence: ‘The Women’s Room’ by Marilyn French
Jubaiya Haque: ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen
Rory Smyth: ‘The Catcher in the Rye’ by J. D. Salinger
Izabela Jeziolkowska: ‘Beneath a Scarlet Sky’ by Mark T. Sullivan
Andrew Bradley: ‘The Dice Man’ by George Cockcroft
Colin Graham: ‘Extracted’ by RR Haywood
Ian Bowyer: ‘Watchers’ by Dean Koontz
Darren Sexton: ‘Twelve Years of Hell in a Bangkok Prison’ by Warren Fellows
Paul Mynard: ‘Penguins Stopped Play’ by Harry Thompson
Kevin Mulligan: ‘A Voyage of Mad Men’ by Peter Nichols
Kim Morgan: ‘The Blind Assassin’ by Margaret Atwood
David Mustoe: ‘Warlord Chronical’ by Bernard Cornwall
Ekaterina Sidyakova: ‘The Fountainhead’ by Ayn Rand
Mark Davis: ‘The Tattooist of Auschwitz’ by Heather Morris
Paige Treadwell: ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ by Jessica Knoll
Phil Buss: ‘Maura’s Game’ by Martina Cole
James Montgomerie: ‘The Alchemist’ by Paulo Coelho
Becky Craddock: ‘A Little Life’ by Hanya Yanagihara
Colin Ogden: ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ by E. L. James
Rob McEwan: The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr
Ines Lago: Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes
Gavin Nelson: The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
Max Steward: Brief Answers to the Big Questions by Stephen Hawking
John King: Black Box Thinking: The Surprising Truth About Success
Book by Matthew Syed
Gary Spice: Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography by Alex Ferguson

Our workplace experts with the See Beyond Borders’ Charity

Our workplace experts Cheryl and Melanie had a fantastic week in Cambodia supporting the See Beyond Borders’ Education Program with our sister company SHAPE Australia. Fantastic cause which we look forward to supporting again in the future.

An interview on how they found the experience will be released soon.