Books, videos and articles can be useful in building new or different perspectives and approaches. Here are a handful of resources we find helpful.
Powerful Conversations, How High Impact Leaders Communicate, by Phil Harkins, originally published in 1999 and updated in 2017 provides insight and straightforward tools to support improved interactions and enhanced leadership skills.
Finding ways to move work to other team members is a skill that can be built. And is particularly challenging for those who “hate to ask” or have a hard time saying no. This Harvard Business Review article from 2019 provides simple tips to build your delegation muscle.
Positive Intelligence, the New York Times bestseller by Shirzad Chamine, helps you build your mental fitness so you can weather challenging circumstances while maintaining a positive frame of mind. This is more than just mind over matter – there are tools and exercises to build your mental muscle. Take the assessment to see where it’s challenging for you to stay positive. Ask us about the program.
When Execution Isn’t Enough: Decoding Inspirational Leadership, by Claudio Feser, examines the essential leadership skills that go beyond simply executing strategies well. Feser outlines the definition of great leadership, backed by ground-breaking research.
James Clear’s breakthrough book Atomic Habits is the most comprehensive guide on how to change your habits and get 1% better every day.
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