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The quiet power of reading with your coworkers
The tech accelerator Y Combinator is known for producing forward-thinking companies like Airbnb and Dropbox, so when I sat down with a small group of successful startup founders at a panel the organization hosted last year, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that this innovative group all agreed on a classic learning tool: books.
The founders had all chosen a favorite leadership book to read and discuss with their teams.
A growing body of research supports the idea that reading is good for you, and in my experience, it can be good for your company, too.

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