Reading is a great way to discover new thoughts, challenge old thoughts, and become wiser. There’s no shortage of books out there and that’s a GOOD thing.
The knowledge of ages is stored within these tomes. They contain the blood, sweat, and tears of those who have led before us.
Their knowledge is waiting for you to dig in.
Today, I’m sharing our once a month feature of books to read this month. I hope you enjoy this look into 5 books leaders should read.
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This is a classic book by all means. Carnegie shared his wisdom in this book on how to make people like you and how to influence others. Read more...
Every month, I want to share with you a list of 5 book recommendations. They are books that have touched my life, added value, or have helped me to become a better leader.
The books can range from fiction to non-fiction to infotainment. I believe all books can help us become better leaders.
The books this month will be a range of books. I hope you’ll consider picking up one or two of them and adding them to your book reading collection and book list.
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I’ve enjoyed some of Stan’s other books including Pink Goldfish where he co-authored the book with David Rendall. Silver Goldfish is similar to his other books where he focuses on a specific topic.
The topic of Silver Goldfish is the pathway to delivering better business presentations. Read more...
It’s the end of September. That means it is time for another list of book recommendations.
Every month, I am sharing books I think you should read. Whether that’s the coming month or 5 months from now, these books will help you become a better leader.
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These book recommendations will be a mix of personal development, leadership development, and more. Check them out and see what you think.
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Jon’s a man after my own heart. He sees life and leadership lessons in all aspects of life. His sweet spot is video games.
He’s able to look at a video game and extract life lessons out of them. You will be surprised by what you can learn from a video game! Read more...
It’s the end of another month. This means it’s time for new book recommendations.
Before we begin, I wanted to clear something up. While leaders are readers, it doesn’t mean leaders are fast readers. A couple of questions have come through regarding whether or not you should be reading all 5 books a month. My answer is no, you don’t have to. These are just recommendations of great books to put on your reading list.
For September, please consider the following 5 books to read.
5 Books Leaders Should Read In September 2020
1. The Idea-Driven Organization: Unlocking the Power in Bottom-Up Ideas by Alan G. Robinson and Dean M. Schroeder
I’ve been a firm believer that your front-line employees are often the key to your success. They interact with customers, your product, and more on a daily basis. They’ve got a pulse on your organization you cannot have. Read more...
Reading is a great way to gain knowledge. Authors have poured their lives into sharing what they’ve learned.
This is why reading is so important for a leader. He can take a look into the minds of great leaders and learn what they did without all of the missteps along the way.
Who wouldn’t want this?
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That’s why I’ve started sharing book recommendations starting last month. At the end of every month, I will share 5 books leaders should read the next month. You don’t have to read them all. You can pick and choose.
Whatever you do, this list of leadership books will help you take your leadership to the next level. Read more...