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Leaders who want a step by step process on how to lead with integrity and passion, will find this book and its stories to be of value. Sinek helps readers to imagine a work environment where employees feel valued, inspired and trusted.
I’m fascinated by Donald Miller’s book, Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen.
Any business leader who is selling a product or service, updating their website or has a message to deliver to customers will benefit from this book. Donald’s 7 universal story points all humans respond to and the real reasons customers buy will transform your messaging.
Dale Carnegie’s classic book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, is THE book to read if you can only read one book. It’s timeless content—now revised in its 80th anniversary edition—is as relevant as when it was first written.
Leaders who are looking to improve communication skills, master the art of building and keeping meaningful relationships and looking for ways to express their authentic voice will love this book. You can easily read this book every year and learn something new.
You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen Sincero is a cheeky and humorous take on many of the coaching foundations I teach to clients. Her approach is blunt and candid.
Leaders looking for a practical self-help guide sprinkled with practical tips in each chapter, will love this book.
If you have never examined the concepts of mindfulness, being present and untapping some of the things that drive you crazy about yourself and others, this is a great book to read.
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