New program enables discussion about leadership, personal development
Are you a young professional? Would you like to discuss current topics in personal development or business with other like-minded thinkers? The Round Rock Public Library is hosting a “BYOBook” (Bring Your Own Book), a monthly club dedicated to helping learners with sharing knowledge through peer-to-peer discussions on recent topics in personal development or business, on the second Thursday of every month starting Sept. 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Round Rock Public Library, Meeting Room B.
Targeted specifically to young professionals, this moderated “book club” is different from a normal book club. There is no set topic or designated book to read. Participants will come prepared to share a recent insight on a business or leadership topic gained from a book, podcast, article, blog, or webinar. BYOBook is a peer group where voracious knowledge seekers facilitate learning and discussion in an informal setting.
About the moderator
As the Sr. Program Manager for Dell for Startups, YJ Lin collaborates with Startup Communities all across the U.S. to help bridge corporate resources to entrepreneurs to help drive technology enablement. YJ is also a speaker and moderator that helps facilitate conversations with businesses, city officials, non-profit and religious organizations on how they can build sustainable communities and strategic partnerships. In his free time, he runs a small business creating custom board game pieces and mentors students and startups on community development.
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