Marshall Goldsmith’s Five Essential Books on Leadership
Marshall Goldsmith is consistently named to Forbes’ The World’s Most Influential Business Thinkers list and has been recognized as the top-rated executive coach at the Thinkers50 ceremony in London since 2011. Marshall is also an award-winning author, and his recent book, Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts—Becoming the Person You Want to Be, is a Wall Street Journal and New York Times #1 bestseller. I’m thrilled that he is my guest blogger today, sharing his five essential books on leadership.
By Thich Nhat Hanh
This book makes me feel peaceful and content as I read it. It is very simple and very profound at the same time.
Book 2: Hesselbein on Leadership
By Frances Hesselbein
Peter Drucker said that Frances Hesselbein is the greatest leader he ever met. Read this book and you will agree with him!
By Barry Posner and Jim Kouzes
One of the best books about leadership I’ve ever read!
By Bryce G. Hoffman
American Icon details the story of Alan Mulally at Ford Motor Company—and how he facilitated one of the greatest organizational turnarounds in modern history.
By David Allen
Getting Things Done has helped me to not only get things done but to do more than I ever thought possible. It is simple and practical, and expands horizons!
Meet Marshall Goldsmith
At the recent Thinkers50 ceremony in London, Marshall Goldsmith was recognized again as the World’s #1 Leadership Thinker and #1 Executive Coach. His newest book, Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts—Becoming the Person You Want to Be, is a Wall Street Journal and New York Times #1 bestseller, as well as an Amazon Best Business Book of the Year.