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Seven Best Leadership Books To Read Before You Die!

Seven Best Leadership Books To Read Before You Die!

Leadership qualities are an absolute must-have to survive in the modern workplace. This trait is so in demand that many authors have dedicated books on them. These books can help you acquire the abilities required to succeed as a leader regardless of which position you hold. You could be an executive, a business owner, or a manager, and these books are universally applicable to all vocations. That being said, the following seven books are some of the most renowned and well-written books on this subject.

Stephen Covey's “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People”

This will be the number one book in any self-help genre list. Stephen Covey published his highly coveted and timeless classic, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” in 1989. It went on to sell easily over 25 million copies globally. You will learn and improve a lot about yourself if you follow the seven habits discussed in the book, such as beginning keeping the end in mind, and understanding coming before understood. If you want a successful professional and personal life, you can do no better than reading this excellent book.

Jim Collins' “Good to Great”

Jim Collins sold close to 4 million copies of his enlightening book “Good to Great” after writing it in 2001. It is primarily aimed at business owners, executives, and managers, explores how successful businesses differ from exceptional ones, and defines ways for executives to develop and grow their teams. Collins researched businesses for five years, which included those that transitioned from excellent to great. Budding entrepreneurs will do them a lot of good if they read this book.

Simon Sinek's “Leaders Eat Last”

Simon Sinek’s highly influential book “Leaders Eat Last” explores how leadership can bring forth corporation and trust among teams. Successful managers are those that put their employees’ well-being before anything else and nurture scenarios that build confidence among team members and allow for innovation. If you want to accomplish this, then you must have this in your library or Kindle.

Eric Ries' “The Lean Startup”

Eric Ries wrote “The Lean Startup” in 2011, which ended up selling over a million copies and is considered a modern classic. Ries explains how to develop and launch successful businesses by way of agile development and lean manufacturing. His strategies strongly stress the significance of ongoing learning and testing. Those entrepreneurs willing to develop successful businesses in the current environment can greatly benefit from reading this book.

Simon Sinek's “Start with Why”

Simon Sinek is featured once again in this list for a very good reason. Sinek questions leadership’s purpose. He explains how strong leadership is represented by motivating individuals and focusing more on “why” than the “what” and “how” of leadership. If you want to build a solid, mission-driven business, read this book first.

Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander's The Art of Possibility”

As you can see, each book focuses on different leadership areas, and therefore, “The Art of Possibilities” by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander focuses on leadership mentality. Rosamund is a psychotherapist by profession, while Benjamin conducts the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. This dynamic duo’s impressive book presents how leaders nurture innovation and possibility via personal anecdotes and life experiences and can enrich your emergence as a leader in your organization.

Daniel H. Pink's “Drive”

Daniel H. Pink’s insightful and engaging book “Drive” explores how people are inspired to deliver their best in the workplace. Inherent and fundamental incentives such as mastery, autonomy, and purpose motivate individuals better than the usual suspects like position and money. You should read this book to cultivate an innovative and creative culture in your organization.

I recommend reading all these books not because they are simply best-selling but provide incredible and groundbreaking advice that is universally applicable to all kinds of leaders who want to become better at what they do best. By reading them, you can develop the requisite skills and intelligence to succeed as a leader in any capacity or experience level. Each book will build your leadership skills, and by the end of it all, you shall be unstoppable!



Michael Stickler is a best-selling author and internationally sought-after speaker. His highly acclaimed work includes Cliven Bundy: American Terrorist Patriot, Journey to Generosity, and Life Without Reservation. His 19th book, Ghost Patriot is his first book in the political fiction genre, and it is quickly approaching best-seller status. When not traveling the world as an author/speaker, you might find Michael in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, or on a beach near Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, writing his next book. You can find out more about Michael at

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