17 social impact leaders share the best book they read in 2020

From poetry to leadership books, these are the reads Canada’s changemakers recommend

Why It Matters

A key component of social impact work is being open and receptive to new experiences, perspectives and ideas. And if 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that this openness to the unexpected is paramount. This list features the books some of Canada’s best social innovators endorse.

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