How to Leverage Book Knowledge for Greater Success as a Leader

Leaders need to be well-read to make informed decisions and effectively communicate with their teams. However, reading books can be time-consuming, and it is difficult to know where to start. A good way to get started is by reading books that are relevant to your work or industry. You can also read biographies and autobiographies of successful leaders to learn from their…

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Founder, The Invisible Mentor & Art of Learning: https://bit.ly/32bK3k2 Interviewer | Book-a-holic | Reimagining what it means to read nonfiction books

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Founder, The Invisible Mentor & Art of Learning: https://bit.ly/32bK3k2 Interviewer | Book-a-holic | Reimagining what it means to read nonfiction books

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