Welcome to your
company book club.
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Our expert curators will find the right titles for your company's book club. Choose from the best nonfiction, fiction and business titles.
Books are delivered in daily instalments via our mobile apps and web platform, allowing readers to take part in a digital, company-wide book club.
Choose from our selection of top titles
Read together and discuss with fellow employees
30 minutes of reading per day
On The Go
Read on our iOS or Android app
Full visibility of reader engagement and completion rates
Benefits for your organisation
- A community-building tool to create connections and talking points between colleagues.
- Inspire employees’ curiosity and imagination, boost their morale and help them de-stress.
- A curated reading list to complement relevant corporate issues/discussions.
- Cost-effective distribution of the most topical and relevant books.
Benefits for your staff
- Enjoy community togetherness and build relationships within departments and across the wider organisation.
- Share ideas with senior management and colleagues on a spectrum of topics.
- Access the key books of the moment, spurring creative and entrepreneurial thought.
- De-stress and escape for 30 minutes a day. Reading is good for your health!
Boost morale, well-being and strategic thinking
Shared reading experiences spark creative thought and build empathy between colleagues. Unlock potential across your organisation with the right content delivered to the right people in the right way.
Reading the same book helps make you feel part of our community – as you then have something in common with everyone else… It is your passport to meeting people, making friends, having conversations about the wider world.
It’s an opportunity to play with ideas and opinions.”
Reading does prompt empathy, which in turn can translate into helping another person.”
People rated highest by their peers in emotional intelligence received the biggest raises and were promoted most frequently.”
We draw on the same brain networks when we’re reading stories and when we’re trying to guess at another person’s feelings.”
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