5 Books To Read In November 2021

The leaves are falling. The air is getting crisper. The weather outside is cooling down.

Is there a better time to curl up with a good book? Maybe with a nice coffee or a specially made chai latte (my favorite). I think not.

This month, I’m bringing you 5 more books leaders should read. I hope you’ll enjoy the list and check out the recommended books.

5 Books To Read In November 2021

1. Flux: 8 Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change:

Throughout the last couple of years, we have come to understand how quickly things can change. In her book Flux, April Rinne gives us 8 mindset shifts that can help leaders adapt to times of change.

You’ll be thrilled as you read Rinne’s book and discover these superpowers. You’ll be more thrilled when you begin to apply these powers to your leadership.

Purchase Flux here.

2. Hiring for Diversity: The Guide to Building an Inclusive and Equitable Organization:

Arthur Woods has studied organizations and the benefits diversity brings. He shares those insights in his latest book Hiring for Diversity.

In his book, Woods shares strategies for shifting your hiring practices. These strategies are easy to implement and will change the way your organization looks.

Purchase Hiring for Diversity here.

3. Circles of Friendship: A Guided Journal for Learning to Think Clearly about Your Friendships:

Beth Beutler is a former Answers From Leadership podcast guest. She recently released a new book/journal that can be powerful.

Too many leaders lack a close circle of friends. Worse, most leaders don’t know how to correctly think about friendship.

Circles of Friendship will help leaders gain clarity on their friendships. It will also help you to understand what you want out of the friendships you’re cultivating.

Purchase Circles of Friendship here.

4. The New Social Learning: Connect. Collaborate. Work:

Authors Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner revisit the original The New Social Learning in the second edition of their book.

There are many myths out there about social media. Many of them are wrong. Bingham and Conner take on these myths, break them, and show you how social media leads to social learning (think about the many times you’ve seen a Tweet or a Facebook post that brought you new information?).

You will learn how to work with social media rather than against it. You will be glad you picked up this book!

Purchase The New Social Learning here.

5. Leading in Real Time: How to Drive Success in a Radically Changing World:

Leading in Real Time is another book about change. We need these books in times like this.

Michelle Ray uses case studies, interviews, and real-life examples from her time as a leader. She examines and unpacks her experiences (and those of others) to help you understand and adopt a forward-thinking, future-ready approach to leadership.

You won’t be disappointed in Leading in Real Time!

Purchase Leading in Real Time here.

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