Jon Rennie

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Cold War submarine officer-turned-startup CEO Jon S. Rennie has led nine industrial manufacturing businesses across four different companies, including Peak Demand, the company he co-founded. Prior to entering the private sector, Rennie was a nuclear missile officer on the USS Tennessee. He holds an engineering degree from WPI and a masters from Cambridge. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with his wife and two children.

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Toxic Work Environments: An Interview with Author Pete Havel

I had a chance to sit down with author and business leader, Pete Havel, to talk about toxic work environments and his new book, The Arsonist in the Office: Fireproofing Your Life Against Toxic Coworkers, Bosses, Employees, and Cultures.   This is a great book that I recently read and immediately added to my list … Read more Toxic Work Environments: An Interview with Author Pete Havel


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I Have the Watch by Jon Rennie
"Great leadership book that has several pertinent topics split into small, easily digestible essays. Leaders at all levels and industries will find something that benefits their leadership execution. Real world examples and proven strategies streng..." Read more of this review »
I Have the Watch by Jon Rennie
"I Have the Watch is a great book, a great resource for enhancing your leadership skills. The language is simple, easy to understand what the author is trying to say.
We often forget the key element, what runs it really- People. They make businesse..." Read more of this review »
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"The three important parts of leadership are people, influence, and goal. Where Simon Sinek puts influence on top, upholding Steve Jobs for his brilliant leadership at Apple, Robert Cialdini simplifies leadership to influence, many management books..." Read more of this review »
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Love and Loss in Cambodia by Debra Groves Harman
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An incredible story written by a gifted storyteller.

In a real-life story reminiscent of the novel, The Kite Runner, Debra Groves Harman delivers a powerful tale of her first-hand experiences in Southeast Asia. From the opening pages, Harm
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The Shelby Trained Code by Shelby Turcotte
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Fast & Funny.

When I started reading this book, I wasn't really sure what to expect. I thought it would be a hardcore book about health and fitness. It turns out that it wasn't, it was even better. This is a humorous, easy to read, boo
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Stadium Status by John Brubaker
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Such an eye-opening book. I landed $40K in new business the first few weeks I used some of the lessons in this book. Stadium Status is a gem!
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