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Have you ever wondered why some people look, behave and cast themselves as strong and powerful leaders who can inspire, persuade and dominate easily, while others, not less intelligent and conscious members of our society, end up following them? Is it a God-given ability granted only to the chosen ones? Or is it possible to develop good leadership skills?

Well, it appears that with due effort and persistence almost anyone can turn into a leader and become a role model worthy of respect. There are a few things that distinguish a leader from those who are led. First, leaders are always experts in respective areas, they might not know all the answers but they keep asking questions to find them out. Secondly, all leaders are confident, decisive and firm when it comes to managing others. Finally, good leaders always care for those who follow and help them develop their abilities as well.

If you want to become a strong and influential person in either business or other aspects of your life, don’t miss the chance to read some of the books written by world-famous leaders. Dive into their experience, let them show you what pitfalls you should be looking out for, learn from their mistakes and make your own conclusions.

“The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen Covey

This is an internationally recognized and worldwide respected book on leadership, which suggests that only by developing such crucial personal and professional skills and habits as time-management, prioritization, multitasking, self-leaning, and empathy, can we really achieve success.

“How to Win Friends & Influence People” by Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie is one of the most knowledgeable and respected motivational coaches in the world. His book “How to Win Friends & Influence People” has been around for many years now and has helped thousands of people around the globe develop vital communication and interaction skills and improve their self-esteem. The book is equally applicable to business and personal life situations, and can be interesting for general readership.

“Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High” by Kerry Patterson

The book teaches us how to keep it cool and come out a winner even when our emotions flare. You will need this book if you want to learn to control yourself when your career is at stake, when opinions vary greatly and emotions run high. By reading “Crucial Conversations”, you will pick up some very useful communication tips and tricks and develop tools that will prepare you for any even the most difficult and important conversations.

“Hostage on the Table” by George Kohlrieser

An international leadership consultant and veteran hostage negotiator, George Kohlrieser will carefully explain how to successfully progress through the most challenging situations by openly facing the arising conflict. In his insightful and extremely interesting book, Kohlrieser reveals some of the most effective and proven psychological tricks that can help remove any block standing on the way of resolving difficult conflicts.

“Developing the Leader Within You” by John C. Maxwell

Maxwell’s “Developing the Leader Within You” is one of the most powerful and inspiring books on how to manage and direct people. Written by a Christian pastor, it contains some essential principles and practices that can help guide any group in almost any setting.
 

 

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