As the world become more complex and unpredictable, it's essential for leaders to prepare now. Get started with these 10 books on disruptive leadership.
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Daring & Disruptive is several things: it's a memoir, an inspirational pep talk, and an advice guide for the next generation of entrepreneurs.Jun 25, 2017 354 Shares
The book, The Accidental Entrepreneur's Handbook, asserts that readers don't need any external validation to be an entrepreneur.Jun 24, 2017 274 Shares
Understanding the importance of proactively managing your brand, and not letting it die, is the core message of Preventing BrandSlaughter.Jun 23, 2017 240 Shares
SHINE isn't your ordinary book providing workplace communication tips. In stead, it helps readers connect with the people in their world with more impact.Jun 18, 2017 289 Shares
If there's a chance you'll find yourself in front of the camera as a leader, Leadership in Focus can make you more authentic and engaging in the spotlight.Jun 17, 2017 225 Shares
How do you take a step back to be a parent while maintaining your place in the business world? Work Pause Thrive argues that society needs to step up.Jun 16, 2017 207 Shares
Heart and Sell helps sales professionals leverage their own emotions to tap into a higher and more engaging level of success.Jun 11, 2017 227 Shares
Rethinking Reputational Risk focuses on the implications on your reputation when an organizational mistake turns into a full-out public relations crisis.Jun 10, 2017 175 Shares
The Communication Clinic is a guide dedicated to addressing the top mistakes people make while communicating in business both online and off.Jun 9, 2017 196 Shares
Overall, marketing for CEOs argues for a leadership that embraces the future rather than stubbornly holding onto the past.Jun 4, 2017 333 Shares
The Great Management Reset isn’t about trends. It’s about basics - how to build and reinforce skills by resetting back to the principles of great managers.Jun 3, 2017 209 Shares