5 Leadership Books to Read In February 2024

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A great leader never stops learning. There’s multiple ways you can do this. Whether it’s additional college courses, online courses, attending seminars, Google-Fu, or some other way, the easiest way to continue to grow is by reading.

Reading can happen by cracking open a physical book (my wife loves the smell of a good book), downloading it on your eBook reader, or an audiobook. Regardless of which method you choose, reading opens you up to the insights of others. You can dive into what they’ve experienced and apply it to your organization.

This month, we’re bringing you 5 great leadership books to read.

5 Leadership Books To Read In February 2024

1. The Growth Leader: Strategies to Drive the Top and Bottom Lines by Scott K. Edinger:

Scott K. Edinger is a business growth consultant who helps leaders understand the pathway to growth. In The Growth Leader, Edinger lays out his thesis that growth is not a sales issue but a leadership issue.

Edinger will help you understand the importance of systems, processes, and the right mindset. Once you’re finished with The Growth Leader, you’ll be ready to grow your organization.

Pick it up here.

2. You Can’t Send a Duck to Eagle School: And Other Simple Truths of Leadership by Mac Anderson:

You can teach a lot of things to people you’re training but there are a few things you cannot. Mac Anderson states those things as desire, personality, and drive. All three of these are critical to the success of a leader.

In You Can’t Send A Duck To Eagle School, Anderson brings you in on his 40 years of leadership experience. He’ll help you connect, communicate, and create a culture people want to be a part of.

Stop sending your ducks to eagle school by purchasing a copy of the book here.

3. Monday Morning Leadership: 8 Mentoring Sessions You Can’t Afford to Miss by David Cottrell:

If you love stories, you’ll love Monday Morning Leadership. It’s a fable about Jeff, a man who wants to become better and see his professional career soar. He finds a mentor who helps him understand the next steps he has to take by experiencing 8 Monday Mentoring sessions.

You’ll find yourself engrossed in the story as David Cottrell weaves his story. You’ll find yourself growing personally and professionally as well.

Grab it here.

4. I Said This, You Heard That by Kathleen Edelman:

Communication… when it’s good, things are good. When it’s bad, things get bad real quick. Kathleen Edelman looks at the way we’re wired and how it can cloud the way we communicate.

When you pick up I Said This, You Heard That, you’ll see how skewed your communication can be. That’s the hard truth. The good news is that you can learn to communicate more effectively and powerfully through her framework. 

If you want to communicate better, this book is for you.

5. Why Simple Wins: Escape the Complexity Trap and Get to Work That Matters by Lisa Bodell:

I’m a simple man. I believe the more simple we can make something, the easier it is to do. Lisa Bodell believes something similar. Bodell believes that complexity can be a trap. One where people feel frustrated and unproductive.

Break free of the complexity trap by considering her ideas and what you can do to make things more simple for yourself and others. It’ll be a journey you won’t regret.

Read your copy by purchasing it here.

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