First Look: Leadership Books for February 2023
HSEE some of the best leadership books coming out in February 2023 curated just for you. Be sure to check others carefully titles which is offered this month.
Culture Is The Way: How Leaders at Every Level Build Organizations for Speed, Impact, and Excellence by Matt Mayberry
Former NFL Pro, internationally renowned keynote speaker, and management consultant Matt Mayberry delivers an intuitive and hands-on blueprint for employee engagement and peak productivity. In the book, you’ll explore how leaders, at every level, can create a workplace culture that drives organizational excellence and unleashes the full potential of each employee. You will also learn: how to create a culture where people can be the best version of themselves and transform organizational performance, five common obstacles that prevent leaders from using culture to get the most out of it very much from their people and how to overcome them, and how to implement your playbook for cultural excellence throughout your organization.
Upshift: Turning Pressure into Performance and Crisis into Creativity by Ben Ramalingam
With over two decades of experience observing and interpreting how people turn disaster into opportunity in the most extreme conditions and environments on Earth, Ben Ramalingam has a unique vantage point. -see where to learn important principles that enable anyone to use stress as an opportunity. for a change. on UpshiftRamalingam turns this skill into an insightful, powerful, and compelling book that shows you how to reframe your set responses to stress and pressure and instead use them to harness the potential they hold not just for improving your work, your relationships, and your thinking, but for changing them.
Come for the Wind: How Teams Can Use Systems and Tools to Stop Work Drowning by Nick Sonnenberg
“There aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done!” Sound familiar? Forget old concepts of time management and the hustle culture of working until you burn out. You and your entire team can do more, in less time, with the right blueprint. Come for the Wind is that the blueprint. Over the years of building a leading efficiency consulting business, Nick Sonnenberg knows the main reason why many teams are overwhelmed. It’s not because they don’t have enough time, managers expect too much from their employees, or there aren’t enough people. The problem is that everyone is drowning in unnecessary work and inefficiencies that prevent them from focusing on work that brings results. In Come Up for Air, you’ll discover the CPR® Business Efficiency Framework, a proven system for leaders, managers, and teams to maximize their performance and reduce stress by using the right tools in the right way, at the right time.
Burn the Boats: Toss Plan B and Unleash Your Full Potential through Matt Higgins
Executive fellow at Harvard Business School, Guest Shark on Shark Tank, and famous angel investor Matt Higgins reveals the counterintuitive formula for a life of perpetual growth that has been practiced for thousands of years to military leaders and serial businessmen alike—forget Plan B and burn the boats. From Sun Tzu to Julius Caesar, the ancient Israelites to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, there is one bold and highly effective tactic seen throughout history—when leaders want to inspire their followers. troop for success, they will destroy all opportunities to retreat, and continue everything. the mission. They burned their boats; it is win or lose, and the clarity of sheer desperation drives them to victory.
Real Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When The Stakes Are High by David Noble and Carol Kauffman>
The best leaders, in the greatest moments, know how to read the situation, respond in the most effective way possible, and move on. You can too. Leadership coaching legends David Noble and Carol Kauffman show you how their brand new framework — MOVE — equips you with the tactics you need to defuse high-stakes situations. it can’t be accelerated yet. You will learn to master the moment, generate response options, and quickly evaluate options before acting. As you get better at using the framework, you’ll find that you recognize these moments as they come, like a great athlete who can read the field as a play unfolds or a great conductor who expects what it takes to deliver a great performance. ..
Intrinsic Motivation: Learn to Love Your Job and Be Successful Like No Other Stefan Falk
Intrinsic motivation—doing something for its intrinsic satisfaction rather than external rewards—is the key to success and satisfaction in any endeavor. A legendary performance coach shares his simple, proven, and fun methods for developing and maintaining it. As more of us work remotely and the frequency of our personal contact decreases, this desire for connection and trust becomes more important; the social drive is so strong that our body temperature drops when we feel excluded. To satisfy our psychological needs in today’s professional world, we need to pursue them consciously and with purpose—but unfortunately, most of us do not know how to do this effectively. Instead, we waste our time on ineffective coping strategies that often make us feel worse. The real solution to being happier, healthier, and more productive is to become intrinsically motivated.
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