It’s hard to believe we’re already at the end of March. April is just around the corner. And you know what that means.
Today is the day I bring you 5 books leaders should read in the following month. The lists can range from great non-fiction business books to books on faith to fiction books that you might enjoy.
Grab a pen and start making your list for the books you’ll grab next month.
5 Books Leaders Should Read In April 2021
1. On Purpose With Purpose: Discovering How to Live Your Best Life by John Ramstead:
I actually thought of holding off on listing this book until next month but I wanted to make sure On Purpose With Purpose is on your radar.
John has written an amazing book here. Using his time in the United States Air Force to share his thoughts on leadership, On Purpose With Purpose helps you to see the connections.
Preorder the book today and have it delivered on April 27th!
2. Winning the War in Your Mind: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life by Craig Groeschel:
Whenever Craig Groeschel releases a new book, it is on my must-have list. Craig’s insights into the church and leadership go far beyond most books.
His latest book, Winning The War In Your Mind, continues this trend. You won’t be disappointed with this book.
3. Be a Motivational Leader: Lasting Leadership Principles by LeRoy Eims:
LeRoy takes a look at the 12 essential qualities of a leader and shares them with you in Be A Motivational Leader. His thoughts on the ideas of leadership will help shape your ideas. They may even change them!
Let LeRoy guide you through the path of leadership and help you realize the way you need to go.
4. The Emotionally Healthy Leader: How Transforming Your Inner Life Will Deeply Transform Your Church, Team, and the World by Peter Scazzero:
Leaders that are unhealthy emotionally are extremely damaging to their teams. Peter recognized this and wrote the book on becoming a more emotionally healthy leader.
In The Emotionally Healthy Leader, Peter uses practical ideas to get you to change. When you’re finished reading The Emotionally Healthy Leader, you will know how to deal with a lot of the emotional turmoil in leadership.
Bob has to be one of my favorite people. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting him a couple of times and being thrilled when he called me back after I left a message.
Bob’s an extraordinary kind of guy. He’s the kind of guy you want to be around. He exemplifies love.
In Everybody, Always, Bob helps us discover the ways we can live and love without fear. Definitely a must-read!