5 Leadership Books To Read In October 2022

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.

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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.

5 Books Leaders Should Read In September 2022

I’ve been listening to a wide range of audiobooks recently. My book list has been everything from leadership to personal development to science to cultural. This listening experience has been great.

I’ve been introduced many great authors and concepts. I’m learning about topics that were never taught (or I don’t remember) during my school years.

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These books may not be leadership books per se yet they are crucial for leaders to understand the world around them and the experiences their people have and are going through.

Today, my list may be a bit different. Sure, there will be a true leadership book or two in the list while the rest will help you understand people better.

5 Books Leaders Should Read In August 2022

Books are a huge part of growing skills for most people. That’s why every month I bring you some of the best selection of books that you, as a leader, should consider reading.

This month is no different. August 2022 could bring you huge gains in your abilities and competencies. All you need to do is read these books and apply them to how you lead.

5 Books Leaders Should Read In August 2022

1. The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World by Dorie Clark:

Today’s world tells us that the short-term is the most important. We all know this isn’t true. However, the tyranny of the urgent supersedes the importance of the long-term.

Clark, in her great book, helps us to remember success requires us to persevere and give our best effort. These are the key components to playing the long game and truly winning in business.

The Five Best Audiobook Services Available

While nothing can beat the feel of an actual book in your hands, sometimes you have to compromise. My compromise has been to pick up audiobooks.

I’ve heard from many people that they enjoy this method of reading as well. Audiobooks allow readers to follow the story on the go. You can listen to audiobooks in your car, on a run, lounging around the house, riding a bike, or in many other places.

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Finding the right audiobook provider can be difficult. You have to figure out what works best for you.

Today, I will be sharing the five best audiobook services available. My suggestions will make your search for an audiobook provider easier for you.

The Five Best Audiobook Services Available

1. Audible.com:

For the longest time, Audible has been my go-to for audiobooks. The service is easy to use, has a wide range of books, and the return process is hard to beat.

5 Leadership Books To Read In July 2022

By now, summer is in full effect. The kids are out of school, the temperature is rising, and vacations are happening.

What better time to grab a great read? There’s not! That’s why I’m sharing another great list of 5 books every leader should read.

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This month’s recommended reading list is filled with great books. Get ready to improve your leadership by reading or listening to the books on this list.

5 Leadership Books To Read In July 2022

1. No Rules Rules: Netflix And The Culture Of Reinvention by Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer:

I’d put off listening to this book for a long time. I now regret doing so.

Hastings and Meyers present an interesting case for no rules. Using the model of Netflix, they examine and share why this culture works. They also warn the culture of Netflix may not work for every organization.