Top Leadership books you must read

As you continue to climb the corporate ladder, you’ll likely take on new responsibilities. Unless you’ve received formal training, finding the balance between being a challenging and encouraging leader isn’t easy. Fortunately, there are tons of books full of insightful leadership and management advice.

5. “The 48 Laws of Power” by Robert Greene

There are several ways in which an individual can lead and manage his or her company and firm. There are numerous techniques of doing so, and if you want to ace in leadership, then this book by Robert Greene is a must read.

4. ” Think and Grow Rich”, by Napoleon Hill

If you’re a sort of person who aims to go big, and conquer the dreams, then this book will serve as an ideal for you. Along with providing motivation, the author Napoleon Hill also discuss financial tactics that might come in very handy.

3. “Emotional Intelligence 2.0” by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves

You might think of leaders as flawless beings and those who lack emotions due to their constant devotion towards work. However, after reading “Emotional Intelligence” you might think otherwise.

2. “Start with why: How great leaders inspire everyone to take action” by Simon Sinek

One of the main attributes of a leader is, that he or she provokes his/her team to fully explore their potential. The author, Simon Sinek in this book talks about how some of the most influential leaders built such a powerful team.

1. “StrenghtsFinder 2.0” by Tom Rath

After the great success of his first book “StrengthsFinder”, author Tom Rath came up with the second version in which he talks about further motivation and aspiration.

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