As the month of September comes to a close (it’s hard to think it is almost October already!), I like to recommend some of the best leadership books you should consider reading.
These can be traditional leadership books or even odd things such as a comic book graphic novel where leadership principles are displayed.
This month, I will be focusing on mostly the traditional leadership books you should read.
5 Leadership Books To Read In October 2021
1. The Introvert’s Edge To Networking by Matthew Pollard:
Matthew Pollard shares with introverts how to effectively network. Networking can be extremely challenging for introverts. It forces them to step out of their comfort zone into unknown territory. Many will freeze up or just refuse to network.
The beauty in The Introvert’s Edge To Networking? Pollard helps you to understand the power of networking and how to avoid the uncomfortableness of networking. Read more...
There’s a never-ending great wealth of information to be found in books. Every month, I bring you a list of great titles that will help you either professionally, personally, or spiritually.
This month I am bringing you 5 titles that you need to read ASAP.
5 Books Leaders Should Read In September 2021
I can’t help but mention my own upcoming book, Reel Leadership. I extended the pre-order for a few more days (ends early Monday morning). Make sure you help support the Reel Leadership book by pre-ordering today.
Alison shares her story of climbing Mount Everest and relates the journey to that of a leader. Every step of her adventure, Alison discovers something new about herself, those she is climbing with, and leadership.
If you love adventure, the great outdoors, and leadership, pick up On The Edge. Read more...
We all know how important reading is. It helps us take in the wisdom of those who have gone before us. It is a great way to learn quickly.
That’s why every month I share with you 5 books that will help you become a better leader.
This month is no different. I’m offering you up a smorgasbord of great leadership books.
5 Books Leaders Should Read In August 2021
The Soul Of A Team is a fable by Tony Dungy. In this great book, Dungy helps the reader realize that not all teams are created equal. And that’s okay.
You can work on the team. You can help them become better. That’s what this book will help you uncover. Read more...
Writing a book is a lot harder than it seems. I know this because I’ve been writing and editing my new book, Reel Leadership, for the past couple of months. It has been toil, sweat, and tears going through the process. Today is the day I launch the pre-sale campaign on Indiegogo. For those reading this today, I ask you to help support the launch of this book by committing to buy a physical copy of Reel Leadership or one of the special perks (Click HERE to support the campaign) when the pre-launch goes lives at 5:00 PM EST tonight. If you’re a business owner and want multiple copies or to have me present, reach out to me via email (can be found on the Indiegogo campaign page) and we can make a special package just for you.
With all of that, I am still excited and proud of what writing a book has taught me. Read more...
Summer is just around the corner. Today, I want to change up the books I recommend in my 5 Books To Read series.
Instead of the typical leadership or personal development books I recommend, I want to recommend books that may bring a bit more enjoyment into your life.
These books won’t be leadership or personal development based books. Instead, these book recommendations will be books you can bring to the beach and enjoy reading as the ocean or lake waves crash against the shoreline.
5 Books Leaders Should Read In June 2021
The Lord Of The Rings is a classic piece of literature. Telling the story of Bilbo Baggins and his merry band of travelers, you dive deep into the world of Middle-earth as Hobbits unit with dwarves, elves, and other creatures to take out a menacing threat. Read more...