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I asked ChatGPT: What are the most important books on leadership? 

I shared the list with my executive client. He had read all of them. 

Yet, he's still in search of answers, which is why he works with an executive coach. 

Reading books holds great importance, but discovering your own answers is even more crucial. Exploring these pertinent questions together with a professional coach can lead to significant shifts and help you in achieving your career and life goals.

I've noticed that Danish leaders sometimes lack a touch of self-confidence when measuring themselves against their global counterparts. They possess the knowledge and experience. A seasoned sparring partner can offer fresh perspectives and a better understanding of your position in the global leadership landscape. If you dare to share. 


And here's the list :-)


  • "Leaders Eat Last" by Simon Sinek: This book delves into the idea that great leaders prioritize the well-being and success of their team members above all else.

  • "Dare to Lead" by Brené Brown: Brené Brown combines her research on vulnerability and courage with practical leadership advice, offering insights on how leaders can create a culture of trust and growth.

  • "Atomic Habits" by James Clear: While not exclusively about leadership, this book provides valuable insights into habit formation and change, which are crucial for personal and organizational leadership development.

  • "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team" by Patrick Lencioni: Lencioni identifies common issues that can undermine team performance and offers strategies for building a cohesive, high-functioning team.

  • "Good to Great" by Jim Collins: This classic book explores what separates great companies from good ones and provides valuable lessons for leaders aiming to take their organizations to the next level.

  • "Drive" by Daniel H. Pink: Pink examines the science behind motivation and how leaders can harness it to drive better performance in their teams.

  • "Emotional Intelligence" by Daniel Goleman: Goleman's book highlights the importance of emotional intelligence in leadership, emphasizing its impact on team dynamics and overall success.

  • "Start with Why" by Simon Sinek: Sinek argues that great leaders inspire action by communicating their "why" or purpose, rather than just focusing on "what" or "how".

  • "Radical Candor" by Kim Scott: Scott provides a framework for giving and receiving feedback in a way that fosters growth and development within a team

  • "Principles" by Ray Dalio: While more focused on the principles for running a successful investment firm, Dalio's book offers valuable insights into leadership, decision-making, and building a high-performance culture.



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