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The Seven Best Leadership Books for the New Millennium

The Seven Best Leadership Books for the New Millennium

Leadership is an area that is always evolving. Ideas that were considered unique 20 or 30 years ago may not work today. Therefore, it is best for all business professionals to equip themselves with the latest leadership theories and strategies. The best part is that there are plenty of books on leadership in the new millennium that we are living in currently. The seven books below offer excellent insights and theories that will prepare you for the challenges of the 2020s and beyond.

Reed Hastings And Erin Meyer’s “No Rules Rules: Netflix And The Culture Of Reinvention”

When you want to know how to lead in the here and now, you should look toward the business professionals who have set the standards of how it should be done. One of those is Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings. Reed and co-author Erin Meyer explore the Netflix culture in this exciting book “No. Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention.” Reed created a very unconventional and unique management style that so many of us can learn from. If you are a business leader wanting to adopt that culture, this book is a no-brainer. The success of the company speaks for itself, so you are in safe hands.

Adam Grant’s “Think Again: The Magic of Understanding What You Don’t Know

Organizational psychologist Adam Grant’s blockbuster book “Think Again: The Magic of Understanding What You Don’t Know” drives home the idea that one needs to be able to unthink, unlearn outdated beliefs, and rethink new ones to succeed in a rapidly changing world. This wonderful book encourages readers to challenge their assumptions, understand new ideas, and nurture a workplace environment of development and ongoing learning.

Seth Godin’s “The Practice: Shipping Creative Work”

Marketing expert Seth Godin offers incredible insights on this amazing book about how the creative process works. He mentions the fears and challenges that continue to plague us from delivering our best work. The book has fantastic guidance for every leader who wants to nurture an innovative and creative workplace environment and apply the methods practically.

Steven Kotler’s “The Art of Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer”

Steve Kotler is a widely recognized author and peak performance specialist. He explores the science that powers our most challenging goals in this excellent book, “The Art of Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer.” Leaders can acquire useful guidance on developing the mentality, abilities, and behaviors necessary to perform at their very best. Furthermore, they can learn how to nurture an excellence-oriented culture within their businesses.

Jonah Berger’s “The Catalyst: How To Change Anyone’s Opinion”

Marketing professor Johan Berger’s book “The Catalyst: How to Change Anyone’s Opinion” is an excellent writeup on the art of persuasion. You can say this is a spiritual successor to Dale Carnegie’s blockbuster “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” There is incredible guidance on the art of influencing people, building trust, and bringing about effective communication within the company. A must-read!

Adam Bryant And Kevin Sharer’s “The CEO Test: Master the Challenges That Make or Break All Leaders”

I believe former business owners can write amazing books because their experiences are unique, and everyone can learn from them. Similarly, former CEO Kevin Sharer and New York Times columnist Adam Bryant, in his book “The CEO Test: Conquer the Challenges That Make or Break All CEOs,” explain how leaders can deal with challenges, build productive teams, and exercise assured and clear leadership. It is a worthy addition to your library.

Jacob Morgan’s “The Future Leader: 9 Skills And Mindsets to Succeed In The Coming Decade”

Futurist and author Jacob Morgan has written this wonderful book because it looks at what leaders need to possess to meet the demands and evolving needs of the workplace. It is about the future leader because we all have to evolve with the times. You can learn growth mindset development, change acceptance, and abilities development for future success. The future is now, so get this book to be ready!

All seven books offer a common theme of adapting and evolving oneself to meet the requirements of a rapidly changing business environment. These books are new and designed to meet the needs of current and future leaders. The tips and guidance are excellent in all the books, and all seven are a must-read to get ready for the future.



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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