February is the month of love. With that idea in mind, I thought this month would be a great one to hit on the best relationship books out there.
These books are not only for those in personal relationships. These relationship books will help you in your personal and business relationships.
You’ll be able to read these books, see the throughline, and apply the author’s thoughts to every relationship in your life.
5 Relationship Books For Leaders To Read In February 2023
Gary Chapman wrote the bestseller The 5 Love Languages. He’s now taken his work in personal relationships to the marketplace. In The 5 Languages of Appreciation, Chapman wants to help managers and business leaders to understand their people. Read more...
While I typed out the title of this post, I had to correct it. I find it hard to believe we’re rolling into 2023. The last year sped by.
For this month, I am focusing on the best leadership and personal development books to develop yourself. These book recommendations will help you become a better leader and, more importantly, a better person.
You don’t have to read all five of these books, but I recommend you pick up at least one or two and study them. They will have you growing, maturing, and becoming better.
5 Leadership Books To Read In January 2023 To Develop Yourself
This is the definitive book for personal and self-development. Dale Carnegie distills the principles he learned to the reading audience. Read more...
With Christmas just around the corner, I thought it would be great to change up the book recommendations for the month of December. Instead of being specifically leadership-focused, these books will inspire and encourage leaders through the season of Advent and Christmas.
I chose these books specifically for you because I know how difficult the Christmas season can be. Whether the struggle is personal, relational, or related to your role as a leader, we need these reprieves to help us recover.
Use these books to dig deep into faith, relationships, and yourself.
5 Christmas Books Leaders Should Read In December 2022
Ronnie Martin is a lover of all things Christmas. He takes those perfect family Christmas photos and creates Christmas cards for his friends and family. Read more...
It’s the end of the month, and that means it is book time! We like to take this time of the month to look at some of the best books for leaders to read.
I love sharing these books because it helps get the word out about these fantastic reads, and they also get great books into your hands.
This month, the five books will focus specifically on leadership books to help you grow.
5 Leadership Books To Read In November 2022
Tom Harper’s new book is a sequel to his previous work, Through Colored Glasses. That book was a fantastic read. This one is more of the same.
Harper uses fiction to create a gripping tale that pulls the reader in. He then hits us with the leadership principles we can take away from the book. Read more...
How have you been doing on your reading goals for the year? It’s hard to think we’re entering the final quarter of 2022. Where did the year go?
I want to help you curate great books to read throughout the year. Every month, we make a list of the leadership books that I think will help you become a better leader and person.
For October, we’ll look at another five books and why they can help you improve or change your leadership style.
5 Leadership Books To Read In October 2022
1. I Wish I’d Known This: 6 Career-Accelerating Secrets for Women Leaders by Brenda Wensil and Kathryn Heath:
Women make up a smaller percentage of leaders in organizations, but this doesn’t mean they’re any less powerful than men when it comes to leading. I Wish I’d Known This helps women learn critical aspects of leadership including How to set a vision for their career, How to seek and act on feedback, and how to Enlist help and support from others. Read more...