Being a leader is more than just making your voice heard. Good leaders have fresh ideas, think outside the box, and know how to communicate with people. Are you looking to take your leadership skills to the next level? What better way to do so than through books? In this article at Entrepreneur, Jennifer Dorsey shares some books that will enhance your leadership abilities.
The Best Books that You Must Read
Think Big, Act Bigger: The Rewards of Being Relentless
This book by Jeffrey Haylett focuses on empowering leaders to align their visions with actions. In this book, the author draws his own business backstories and shares real-life examples. He also discusses core lessons that will help leaders find who they are and define where they want to go.
The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance
Most meetings end up being a waste of time. However, you cannot get rid of them. When done right, meetings are enriching. Steven G Rogelberg shares extensive data analysis and research to demonstrate how you can maximize your meeting quality.
See Sooner, Act Faster: How Vigilant Leaders Thrive in an Era of Digital Turbulence
When any company can be disrupted in modern times, being vigilant is one of the most desired traits of a leader. In this book, George S. Day and Paul J. H. Schoemaker point at some examples from Honeywell, Adobe, MasterCard, and Amazon to illustrate how vigilant leaders act faster and wisely to achieve growth and stronger market positions.
The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More, & Change the Way Your Lead Forever
What is the key to effective leadership? Experts believe improving and implementing the best use of your coaching skills can enhance your leadership abilities. In this book, Michael Bungay Stanier shares some research-backed coaching methods for leaders to assist employees in successfully navigating their careers.
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