Tom Dheere

Tom Dheere is a trained theatre actor who has worked as a voice talent for over twenty years. His first audiobook narration was Danielle Steel's Amazing Grace in 2007, and his specializations are self-help, nonfiction, and science fiction. In addition to narrating audiobooks, he is a co-creator of the comic-book series Agent 1.22. For more information, visit

  • Stop Guessing

    By Nat Greene

    Read by Tom Dheere

    The 9 Behaviors of Great Problem Solvers

    Become the greatest problem-solver you can be!

    "This is a charming book that crisply captures the discipline necessary for efficient problem solving. Reading it reminded me of bad habits I had developed myself. I recommend it to every engineer (and married person or parent!)." - Sanjay Sarma, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, MIT

    Released April 11, 2017
    English, Unabridged

  • The Gift of Anger

    By Joe Solmonese

    Read by Tom Dheere

    Use Passion to Build Not Destroy

    You can accomplish wonders if you use anger strategically and channel it toward the greater good.

    "Joe's leadership is proof of his steadfast commitment to equality and his unique ability to harness the power of a movement and turn it into action. Those seeking to leave this world better than they found it can draw similar inspiration from the pages of this book." - Chad Griffin, President, Human Rights Campaign

    Released September 12, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Breaking Through Gridlock

    By Jason J. Jay and Gabriel Grant

    Read by Tom Dheere

    The Power of Conversation in a Polarized World

    Learn how self-reflection can help us renew our commitment to have tough conversations with others.

    "Our country's future depends on our ability to reach beyond our echo chambers. Jay and Grant guide us through starting the conversations so crucial to our democracy." - Van Jones, CNN cohost, author, and activist

    Released May 29, 2017
    English, Unabridged

  • The Innovation Code

    By Jeff DeGraff and Staney DeGraff

    Read by Tom Dheere

    The Creative Power of Constructive Conflict

    Innovation comes from creative tension-not harmonious interaction.

    "The most undervalued element of innovation is tension. The push and pull between diverse perspectives has generated some of the world's most surprising breakthroughs. Jeff DeGraff shows how to stoke this kind of positive conflict among the Artists, Engineers, Sages, and Athletes in your organization." - Beth Comstock, Vice Chair, Business Innovations, General Electric

    Released August 7, 2017
    English, Unabridged

  • Culture Crossing

    By Michael Landers

    Read by Tom Dheere

    Discover the Key to Making Successful Connections in the New Global Era

    Learn how to navigate the inevitable culture clashes that come with a global workplace.

    "The most powerful influence on attitude and behavior is one's culture-and this book shows you how to be more effective with more people from different cultures." - Brian Tracy, author of How the Best Leaders Lead and Eat That Frog!

    Released January 9, 2017
    English, Unabridged

  • The Art of Community

    By Charles H. Vogl

    Read by Tom Dheere

    Seven Principles for Belonging

    Seven ancient principles to create robust, thriving, positive communities.

    "The Art of Community is a powerful, practical, and modern articulation of, and advancement on, timeless wisdom. Emerging or veteran leaders who integrate these principles will build communities that are more resilient, passionate, and harmonious in the face of adversity and uncertainty. Flip to any page to find insight and inspiration." - Alan Price, Founding Director, Global Leadership Initiative

    Released September 12, 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Stand Up!

    By Gordon Whitman

    Read by Tom Dheere

    How to Get Involved, Speak Out, and Win in a World on Fire

    Find your voice, make it heard, create lasting change, and live out your purpose in the world!

    Released January 30, 2018
    English, Unabridged

  • Be the Boss Everyone Wants to Work For

    By William A. Gentry, PhD

    Read by Tom Dheere

    A Guide for New Leaders

    Gentry shows how any new boss can find success by supporting the success of others.

    "If you are a new leader, this book is for you. The first chapter alone is worth the price of the book. Get started right and you can be the boss that everyone wants to work for. I highly recommend it." - Gary Chapman, author of The Five Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

    Released August 29, 2016
    English, Unabridged