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Annual Reading Recommendation List 2022

The Keynes Centre’s annual reading list 2022 where we focus on non-fiction, as there is plenty of attention given to fiction, and books that we can vouch for personally from our reading.

Prof. Connell Fanning on The Win Happy Podcast

Greg Canty of The Win Happy Podcast interviews Prof. Connell Fanning about The Leadership Mind (2022), co-authored with TKC associate Dr. Assumpta O'Kane. Full credit to Greg Canty and Fuzion Communications who produced this podcast.

Towards Self-Meaning with Garrett Barden

Learn a series of exercises for performing self-reflection and self-meaning.

A Room of One’s Own

Extract lessons for the ‘business of life’ with a close reading of Virginia Woolf’s classic.

Livining Insightfully

Paddy Crowe discusses how we can live our lives with greater clarity, balance and insight. 

Why Keynes

Prof. Connell Fanning gives his thoughts on John Maynard Keynes’ position, role and influence.

In Over Our Heads

Prof. Kegan speaks about increasingly high demands on employees and their ability to cope

Adult Mental Development

Prof. Kegan describes the process of mind development from adolescence to adulthood.

Taking Responsibility

Prof. Kegan discusses how initiative and the uptake of responsibility is the ‘Self-Authoring Mind’. 

Thought Transformation

Prof. Kegan discusses the importance of growing your mind and enhancing your aptitudes.

The Keynes Centre

Prof. Kegan discusses his connection with The Keynes Centre and its benefits for people.

Radio Kerry

Prof. Fanning on why executives should join our Reading for Change Book Club. 

CRY Radio FM

President of University College Cork talks about the Centre’s importance for Cork city. 

Michael Buckley

Our Director talks about setting up the Centre and role in leadership development.

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