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Leadership Books to Help you Advance in you Career

Updated: Nov 1, 2022

Are you looking for ways to take your career to the next level? If so, you may want to consider reading some leadership books. Leadership books can help you learn new skills and strategies that will help you advance in your career. Here are five leadership books that can help you achieve success in your career:

1) "The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team" by Patrick Lencioni

The book "Good to Great" is about how companies can transition from being good and not great, or struggling in the middle of their existence. It details what Jim Collins believes are important qualities for an organization's greatness; such as having excellent leaders who create ownership among employees because they're comfortable with taking risks when necessary, cultivating a shared vision (orpirika) so people know where things stand together regardless if there was any outright failure within one departmental siloesing operationally speaking), establishing systems that reward individual contributions rather than just team accomplishments.

2) "Good to Great" by Jim Collins

In his book "Good To Great," Jim Collins talks about what it takes to go from being an average company with good numbers, but no growth trajectory up until one point in time where they became outstanding. This is when everything changed for them and all future observations were made based on this newfound knowledge that led him to make some bold claims such as 'underdog victories'.

One thing I took away form reading this article was how much more difficult success will probably seem now thanks because there's always someone out-of-the box thinking something better than you so even if your own idea works why settle?

3) "First, Break All the Rules" by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman

The book "First, Break All the Rules" tells an entertaining and insightful story about how two guys went from being average employees to high performers. The authors identify seven strategies that lead people who are not recognized or appreciated for their accomplishments in life into extinction while also providing practical examples along with research data so readers can put these lessons into practice themselves!

4) "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries

The book "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries is a game changer for entrepreneurs who are just starting out. This guide will teach you how to build your business with minimal risk and maximum success!

If there's one thing I've learned from my experience in entrepreneurship, it would have been that being too ambitious right off the bat can be both exhausting as well as damaging towards our businesses long-term health so what better way than following this book? It provides insights on everything ranging form marketing strategy all while telling us not only doable ways but also when they may work best depending upon where we find ourselves at any given moment.

5) "Purple Cow" by Seth Godin.

Seth Godin's Purple Cow is a marketing phenomenon. It has been translated into more than 30 languages and continues to be one of the most popular business books ever written, with over 100 million copies sold worldwide! This book teaches entrepreneurs how they can turn their companies' failures into gold by “pushing boundaries" in new ways that will make them stand out from competitors who are afraid or unwilling do so themselves.

Whether you're looking to move up the corporate ladder or take your business to new heights, there's a leadership book out there that can help. We've highlighted some of our favorites, but don't stop here – keep reading and exploring until you find the title that speaks to you. Ready to start your journey? Pick up one of these books today!

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