The 2021 EM Weekly Top 10 Books That Belong On An EM’s Bookshelf!

As emergency managers, we need to keep ourselves up to date on the trends and new information that is out there. In addition, we need to read about leadership, policy, economics, past disasters, and more.  So, what are the books that emergency managers should have read in 2021, and what do they need to read in 2022? Join us as we explore our list and what the emergency managers have voted on for 2021! 

The People’s List

  1. A Paradice Built In Hell: Rebecca Solnit
  2. The Big Ones: Dr. Lucy Jones
  3. Upheaval: How Nations Cope with Crisis and Change: Jared Diamond
  4. Warnings: Richard A. Clark and R.P. Eddy
  5. The 10x Rule: Grant Cardone
  6. The Premonition: A Pandemic Story Book: Michael Lewis
  7. The Death of Expertise: Tom Nichlos
  8. Essentialism: Greg McKeown
  9. 2034: A Novel of the Next World War: Elliot Ackerman and James Stavridis
  10. The Deadliest Enemy: Dr, Michael Osterholm

Todd De Voe’s List

  1. Rethinking Readiness: Jeff Schlegelmilch
  2. Antifragile: Nassim Nicholas Taleb
  3. Warnings: Richard A. Clarke and R.P. Eddy
  4. The Death of Expertise: Ton Nichols
  5. Essentialism: Greg McKeown
  6. Stories That Stick: Kindra Hall
  7. The Inevitable: Kevin Kelly
  8. The Blue Print: Douglas Conant
  9. Disaster By Choice: Ilan Kelman
  10. Apocalyse Never: Michael Shellenberger

Soraya Sutherlin’s List:

  1. A Kids Book About Safety: Soraya Sutherlin
  2. Thinking Fast and Slow: Daniel Kahneman
  3. The Unthinkable: Amanda Ripley
  4. The Body Keeps the Score: Bessel Van Der Kolk
  5. The Thank You Economy: Gary Bay New Chuk
  6. Crucial Conversations: Patterson, Greeny, McMillan, Switzler

Dan Scott’s List

  1. Linchpin: Seth Godin
  2. This is Marketing: Seth Godin
  3. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: Patrick Lencioni
  4. The Infinite Game: Simon Sinek
  5. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Stephen Covey
  6. Our Iceberg is Melting: John Kotter
  7. Outliers: Malcolm Gladwell
  8. Black Swan: Nassim Nicholas Taleb
  9. Gray Rhino: Michele Wucker
  10. Ethical Emergency Manager: David Etkin

Bonus

  1. Failure of Imagination: Michael McCaul
  2. Essentialism: Greg McKeown

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