the five dysfunctions of a team
by Patrick Lencioni
Teams cannot attain maximum working efficiency without dealing with dysfunctional employees. This book gives real life examples of how to manage and lead dysfunctional employee scenarios.
the LEADERSHIP PIPELINE: HOW TO BUILD THE LEADERSHIP POWERED COMPANY
by Ram Charan, Steve Drotter & Jim Noel
Ignoring leadership development can be devastating to a company but it often gets eclipsed by short-term priorities. This book shows how today’s companies can keep their leadership pipeline full, and ensure a steady supply of skilled leaders throughout the organization.
the LEADERSHIP engine: how winning companies build leaders at every level
by Noel M. Tichy
Why do some companies consistently win in the marketplace, while others struggle from crisis to
crisis? The answer is that winning companies possess a “Leadership Engine”, a proven system for creating dynamic leaders at every level of their organization.
how successful people lead
by John C. Maxwell
This book outlines the five levels of leadership. The author walks you through what personal leadership is and how it affects both a person, and a team of people. It clearly describes the differences between a title driven manager and a true leader of people.
managers as mentors: building partnerships for learning
by Chip R. Bell & Marshall Goldsmith
This book gives first-time managers insight into how to be an effective manager beyond the new title they received. It also gives existing managers role play ideas on different styles they should consider using for employee sceneries that have challenged them in the past.