Reading List: Here Are 17 Recommended Books For Creative Leaders InBusiness Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. There are more books in the world than you can possibly read in a lifetime. This fact forces us into a stressful position: which books are we going to pick to fill our shelves, minds, and inform our opinions? It's enough to corner you into analysis paralysis. This is where reading recommendations come in handy, and especially when they come from some of the most well-respected minds in the country. If you're looking for your next great read, below you'll find 11 books Harvard Business School faculty are reading and recommending in the summer of
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Spanning topics from 'smart working' to A. Reinventing talent and HR leadership is at the heart of successful creative business today. The EADA Business School Professor of Organisational Behaviour examines leadership centered in the relationships that form between both formal and informal leaders and those that follow them. Citing recent research as well as successful case examples, Clarke explores trust, respect, and mutuality as well as specific forms like shared leadership, responsible leadership, global team leadership, and complexity leadership. Matthew A.