Is There Anything Left to be Said About Leadership?

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Yes, we know. There are thousands of books on leadership released every year. How to be a better leader, how to train better leaders, how to lead leaders with more leadership. etc. So it begs the question – is there anything left to be said about leadership? The three books we’re featuring in this newsletter – Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn by Isao Yoshino and Katie Anderson, Chief Inspiration Officer by Val Ries, and Beyond Ego by Thor Olafsson and Sasha Allenby, make a powerful argument that there is. From helping remove ego-centric thinking from leader roles to turning inspiration into your number-one form of currency, this month’s books all center around thinking about leadership in new ways.

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