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5 Books Courageous Leaders Will Need

Updated: Sep 11, 2023

There will be moments this year that will test you as a 360 leader.

When those moments come you will be faced with three choices:

  1. Buckle under pressure and give up.

  2. Put on a brave face and march into danger.

  3. Pause, take a deep breath, put your hand up, and call for help.

I hope you will choose to call for help. And I pray that when you do, you will consider reaching out for these books to guide you through your test so that you can emerge on the other side stronger, wiser, and kinder - three qualities we all wish to see in our leaders, three qualities we all wish to be as leaders.

Read All There by Dr. Gail Johnsen when you're leading on empty and need to go back to your source to refill and recharge.

When you need the courage and skills to lead through the uncomfortable, you will find a sure guide in Brené Brown's invitation to Dare to Lead.

When you need to be a better example to your children, but don't know where to start, you will be grateful for the insight and exercises that Hunter Clarke-Fields shares in Raising Good Humans.

Where you've neglected your relationship and need to find your way back, Gary Chapman's The 5 Love Languages is a classic that will help you find the words and actions to make it right and make it last.

When you need to say "No" and the discipline to back up your "Yes", Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend will show you how in Boundaries.

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