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A space to share, recommend and discuss your favourite books. 

The next virtual Book Club is happening this Wednesday evening everyone. We're very lucky to be featuring Catherine Baker, discussing her new book 'Staying the Distance'. Hope you can make it! Register here: https://leadership.global/event_listing/meet-the-author-in-conversation-with-catherine-baker.html
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Rebecca Martin
Event Manager at The Institute of Leadership & Management
THE LEADERSHIP BOOK CLUB As you may know, the Leadership Book Club was created this year to allow the community an opportunity to meet authors of thought-provoking Leadership titles and ask them questions directly about their latest publication. We’re really proud of the book-loving circle that we’re growing and we were thrilled with the feedback from the sessions with Jo Owen / Nikolas Badminton in previous months. Our next book club is on 18th May 23 – we will be joined by Kevin Duncan & Sarah Duncan and reviewing The Sustainable Business Book. Do you have any thoughts, reflections or... (More)
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Sérgio Salino
Consultant & CEO | Coach & Mentor | Teacher (FInstLM)

Really hard to answer just one :). Every book from Simon Sinek or John C. Maxwell are pure gold but there are so many other authors like Daniel Goleman, Jim Collins, Dale Carnegie, etc.

If I could only choose one book, I would say "How to win friends and influence people" by Dale Carnegie, mainly because it is a complete book that we can use for self leadership. It's my favourite book of all time and it teaches so much that I highly recommend it. Not only for leaders but for everyone.