Leadership Books We Have Read & Would Recommend 

I’m working hard at being a lifelong learner of what it means to be in service to others. These writers have been instrumental to my learning and I hope will be to yours as well.

  • Give and Take by Adam Grant. 
    • Why you should read it: A thoughtful and easy read with proof that givers can win!
  • EGO is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday
    • Why you should read it: The title says it all. Get out of your own way to be a success.
  • Trust by David Johnson
    • Why you should read it: We can’t serve one another until we trust one another.
  • The Power of Kindness by Brian Goldman 
    • Why you should read it: Goldman shares his personal struggle with what being ‘kind’ means as a father, son and physician.
  • Barking Up The Wrong Tree by Eric Barker
    • Why you should read it: More scientific proof kindness pays off!
  • Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott
    • Why you should read it: Service Leadership isn’t about being a wallflower. It’s about encouraging others to be the best they can be. A courageous conversation can be a powerful way to help them get there.
  • Epiphany by Michael Coren
    • Why I want to read it: Coren’s journey while not about service leadership directly is an example of why thinking about others is good for ourselves AND them.
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