First Look: Leadership Books for March 2023
HCHECK OUT some of the best leadership books coming out in March 2023 curated just for you. Be sure to check others carefully titles which is offered this month.
The Four Workarounds: Strategies from the World’s Most Effective Organizations for Dealing with Complex Problems by Paulo Savaget
We often encounter complex problems at home, in our workplace, and in society in general. Even if we have all the time and money in the world, sometimes there is no good solution in sight. So, what should we do, especially if we can’t wait? The answer: a solution. The Four Workarounds shows how seemingly intractable problems—from public urination to the challenges of delivering life-saving medicine to remote communities—are being addressed using unconventional tactics. Some of the world’s largest and most admired companies are already using Savaget’s research to change the way they do business. And these same lessons can also change the ways we deal with the challenges we encounter every day in our lives.
The 16 Undeniable Laws of Communication: Apply It and Get Your Message Through John C. Maxwell
How do you overcome fear or ineffectiveness as a speaker? Learn the Laws of Communication! on The 16 Undeniable Laws of Communication, John C. Maxwell shares everything he’s learned from a lifetime of communication. Learn how to: Speak from conviction Prepare your content and yourself for speaking Find and use your personal and communication strengths Focus on your audience and connect Speak more great stories, Reading the room and creating energy and anticipation, Adding value to people, and Motivating people to action
Cultural Rules: The Leader’s Guide to Creating the Ultimate Competitive Advantage by Mark Miller
The Cultural Rules are a clarion call for leaders around the world. The pandemic has magnified the important role culture plays in an organization’s health, vitality, and sustainability — some passed the test with flying colors while others saw fresh-eyed, deeply rooted issues and challenges within their culture. Above all, this book is not just a compilation of case studies. The Rules of Culture makes the case for why leaders should invest their time and energy in building culture and gives them three simple, actionable rules they must play by if they want to stay in the game and win!
Good Power: Leading Positive Change in Our Lives, Work, and World through Ginny Rometty
Former IBM CEO Ginni Rometty recounts the Good Power, his groundbreaking path from a challenging childhood to becoming the CEO of IBM and one of the world’s most influential business leaders. With candor and depth, Rometty shares milestones from his life and career while transforming power as a way to drive meaningful change in positive ways for ourselves, in our organizations. , and for the many, not just the few—a concept he calls “good power.” Rometty’s “memoir with a purpose” brings together the experiences that defined his life—personal obstacles, decisions in high-stakes, passionate advocacy—along with actionable advice in a coaching session to highlight lessons that shape authentic leadership. Behind-the-scenes stories and practical guidance offer us a blueprint for how we can all harness the power of good to advance our careers, inspire our teams, improve our companies, and create healthier societies.
Mixed Signals: How Incentives Work in Type Gneezy
Incentives send powerful signals that aim to influence behavior. But there is often a contradiction between what we say and what we do in response to these incentives. The result: a mixed signal. Think of the CEO who encourages collaboration but designs incentives for individual success, who invites innovation but punishes failure, who promotes quality but pays for quantity. Using real-world scenarios like this to illustrate this everyday phenomenon, behavioral economist Uri Gneezy explains why incentives often fail and shows how to get the right incentives. can change behavior by aligning signals for better outcomes.
Magic Words through Jonah Berger
Professor of marketing at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Jonah Berger’s latest research reveals how six types of words can increase your impact in every area of life: from persuading others to building stronger relationships. -on relationships, to boosting creativity and motivating teams. Almost everything we do involves words. Words are how we attract, communicate, and connect. They are the way to lead leads, salespeople, and parents. It’s the way teachers teach, lawmakers manage, and doctors explain. Even our private thoughts rely on language. But some words are more effective than others. They are better at changing minds, engaging audiences, and driving action. What are these magic words, and how can we harness their power?
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