5 Books Leaders Should Read In October 2023

Books are a great way to consume a lot of information quickly. The authors who have written these books have poured their blood, sweat, and tears into them, creating something special.

But why does that matter?

It matters because books contain years of experience you don’t have to experience. You get to understand what happened in someone else’s life, what they did, and how it changed their lives and others. 

Shelves of books

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You get all the experience with little to no trials on your end. It’s one of the reasons I continue to bring you a new list of books every month.

Get ready, here comes your next list of books leaders should read.

5 Books Leaders Should Read In October 2023

1. Anti-Time Management: Reclaim Your Time and Revolutionize Your Results with the Power of Time Tipping by Richie Norton:

Common business knowledge tells us that we have to manage our time. But what if that wasn’t true?

5 Leadership Books To Read In September 2023

I share some of the best leadership books I’ve read or heard about every month. More often than not, I’ve listened to multiple great audiobooks throughout the month. 

Thanks to Audible’s Plus program, I had a library of audiobooks at my disposal with my membership. I took full advantage of that.

Today, I’m bringing you the best of the bunch I listened to. I hope you’re ready to expand your library, as these books will change your leadership and life if you let them.

5 Leadership Books To Read In September 2023

1. The Art Of Leadership: Small Things, Done Well by Michael Lopp

Michael Lopp has been around the block of large organizations. Lopp has been involved with Netscape (remember that internet browser?!?), Apple, and Slack. He’s led large and small teams. And now he’s sharing his knowledge with us.

5 Leadership Books To Read In August 2023

We’re halfway through summer and that means plenty of vacations and beach days are yet to happen. If you’re blessed to live in a beach town such as mine or along the coasts, you know what I’m talking about. There’s something about sitting at a beach with a good book to read (I don’t do this nearly enough).

This means you need new book recommendations! It’s something I like to bring to you because it means you get the best books to add to your list. 

August won’t be any different. Here are five great leadership books to consider reading in August 2023.

5 Leadership Books To Read In August 2023

1. Be A People Person by John C. Maxwell:

You can’t throw a stone in a bookstore and not hit a John C. Maxwell book. He’s one of the leading authorities in leadership and has been for many, many years.

5 Leadership Books To Read In July 2023

Reading is a great way to increase your knowledge through the experiences of others. It’s why every month I bring you a list of great leadership and personal development books to help you grow and become the leader you desire.

This month is no different. 

Are you ready for July? It’s typically a month of vacations and traveling for many. If that’s you, don’t neglect your personal development. This month’s list of books is great.

5 Leadership Books To Read In July 2023

1. Lead Like It Matters to God: Values-Driven Leadership in a Success-Driven World by Richard Stearns:

Richard Stearns was the CEO of World Vision, an organization near and dear to my heart as they bring clean water to those who lack it. In his book, Lead Like It Matters To God, Stearns recounts his journey from President of Parker Brothers and Lennox (you remember the crystal company, right?) to joining the non-profit World Vision upon God’s calling. 

5 Leadership Books To Read In June 2023

Even though I believe movies and entertainment are great way to grow your leadership skills, I still want to bring you the best books to increase your leadership knowledge. It’s one of the forms of communication that has long been successful in training leaders.

It’s also one of the reasons I bring you these lists every month. I want you to be consuming great content that will stretch you as a leader. 

With books, you get to dive into the thoughts of current and past leaders. Their wisdom is passed onto you through their works. Why not read them?

This month, I plan to focus on more current books. These leadership books will have been released within the past couple of years.