Winners for the 2019 Outstanding Works of Literature (OWL) Award Announced
Introducing the top fifteen books of 2019!
At BookPal, we believe in the power of books to ignite continuous learning and growth. Two years ago, we created the Outstanding Works of Literature (OWL) Awards to recognize books that do just that.
Every year, it is our pleasure and honor to announce the winners in each category—and this year is no exception. In our third year of the OWL Awards, we’ve expanded the field to reflect the various trends within the three most popular overarching themes among our clients: Business, Education, and Miscellaneous.
The result is fifteen categories, for which we had several hundred submissions. After narrowing the submissions down to a longlist of 5 per category, then a shortlist of 3 per category, our editorial team has selected the top title in each category. We invite you to take a deeper look at each award-winning title for your 2020 planning and consideration:
Management Mess to Leadership Success: 30 Challenges to Become the Leader You Would Follow by Scott Jeffrey Miller
Scott Jeffrey Miller, the Executive Vice President of Thought Leadership at FranklinCovey, has written a book we feel is so actionable! It is organized in such a way that key takeaways, stories, and challenges are broken out by chapter or day of the month—so we all know exactly what to work on as we progress through the weeks. “The solution-oriented approach is what really sets this book apart,” states one reader, “there were multiple chapters I want to implement right away.”
How often do we all encounter and face challenges? (All day, every day, right?). Scott’s book is meant to be an actionable resource for solving those issues and finding solutions and resources that will work for your team or organization.