5 Books Leaders Should Read In April 2021

It’s hard to believe we’re already at the end of March. April is just around the corner. And you know what that means.

Today is the day I bring you 5 books leaders should read in the following month. The lists can range from great non-fiction business books to books on faith to fiction books that you might enjoy.

Grab a pen and start making your list for the books you’ll grab next month.

5 Books Leaders Should Read In April 2021

1. On Purpose With Purpose: Discovering How to Live Your Best Life by John Ramstead:

I actually thought of holding off on listing this book until next month but I wanted to make sure On Purpose With Purpose is on your radar.

5 Books Leaders Should Read In March 2021

Every month, I try to bring you 5 great books to read for the following month. The books may be old, semi-recent, or even releasing soon.

This month, the books will be mostly brand new books. I’ve had the opportunity to look at quite a few new books this month and they’ve been fantastic.

I believe the following 5 books will help move you forward professionally and personally. I hope you will consider picking up 1 or more of these titles.

5 Books Leaders Should Read In March 2021

1. Humble Inquiry: Second Edition by Edgar H. Schein:

In the second edition of his book, Schein expounds upon the key to effective communication. It’s an updated and expanded look at his previous thoughts.

Grab this book if you’re looking for a way to effectively communicate.

5 Leadership Books To Read In February 2021

It’s the end of the month and that means it is time for another round of book recommendations for leaders. This list contains 5 books that are old, new, and even unknown.

I believe one of the best ways for a leader to stay sharp, improve their leadership insights, physical health, and spiritual well-being is by diving into the wisdom from the ages.

The corners of two books

Photo by Jess Bailey on Unsplash

Today’s list contains varying books that every leader should try to read.

5 Leadership Books To Read In February 2021

1. Lead With Love by Brian Catanella:

I had the pleasure of connecting with Brian through one of the blog sites we both contribute to regularly. When I realized Brian recently released his book, I knew I had to recommend it. Even more so after reading the book.

5 Leadership Books To Read In January 2021

Whoa… It’s hard to believe it but we’re on the verge of a brand new year. 2021 is just around the corner.

I, for one, am hoping 2021 is different from 2020. There were so many things that challenged us and stretched us, it wore many people out. Including me.

Open book on a table

Photo by Ergita Sela

With January 2021 beginning in just a few days, it’s time to take a look at the books leaders should be reading in the new month. This month’s selections are good. I hope you enjoy them.

5 Leadership Books To Read In January 2021

1. The Unofficial Guide To Leadership According To Rambo by Joseph Lalonde:

One of the first books I’ve written using the Reel Leadership formula. This book examines the leadership lessons you can find in the Rambo movies.

How To Give Better Business Presentations

Stan Phelps is a master of communications. He’s penned or co-written multiple books on business, leadership, standing out, and, now, delivering business presentations.

In his latest book, Silver Goldfish, Phelps partnered with Alan Hoffler to create a great guide to giving memorable presentations.

Man in a suit standing on a stage

What I’ve discovered is that every leader is a presenter. They have to be able to clearly deliver a message that will be heard loud and clear. This makes them a presenter.

Phelps and Hoffler will help leaders become better presenters. Silver Goldfish is the pathway to this.

Today’s article will look at 3 of the 10 keys they shared in their book. I know these keys to delivering better business presentations will help you.

How To Give Better Business Presentations

Cover of the book Silver Goldfish

Impressions Matter:

Phelps and Hoffler discuss the importance of the impression you make on those you present to. This includes the way you dress, the way you hold yourself, and the first words you say.