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The Leadership Forum

10 Books every Leader Should Read

Looking for some inspiration and adding some books to your reading list?

Take a look at the list curated by OfficeVibe and what they believe should be 10 books every leader should read

https://www.officevibe.com/blog/10-books-every-leader-should-read

Have you read any of them?

Would love to know what you thought?

Are any missing of the list that you would recommend?

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  • Surprised not to see 'The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team' there. First book I asked our board members to read when I joined.

  • 7 Habits and Good to great are on the bookshelf.

    I have read Covey and it really is one of those books every one should read, not to evangelise over but to learn some solid principles like "Listen first to understand" simple to say but how often do we want to put our own ideas across first? Listening first (with intent to understand) will buy you the right to be listened to as well.  

    Go read.

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