4 Best Leadership Books you Should Read in 2020

By | October 1, 2020

[October 1, 2020]  The thought of leading a group could turn into a nightmare unless you have some decent past experience. While leaders often mistake the role for controlling those who fall under them, it is more towards building a strong relationship with those who are associated with you. The concept of a leader has witnessed a change in recent times. Overall, the essence remains the same. With great powers come greater responsibilities – Iron Man.

Top 4 leadership books to read in 2020-

  1. The ride of a lifetime by the CEO of Walt Disney-

Robert Iger, the CEO of Walt Disney has penned down his entire journey as a leader in a beautifully tailored book. While leading a large audience of 2, 00,000 employees Iger gained required knowledge regarding what principles lead into leading better. He shares how he was driven by curiosity and the idea of respect at workplace. An enticing journey to read about & an opportunity to learn from the CEO itself.

  1. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni-

Although the importance of team work has been widely accepted, there are loopholes in the system that we generally follow. This book by Lencioni precisely unravels what qualifies for a team and the significant role it plays in refining a leader. There are stories incorporated that provides a deeper understanding about situations occurred at work, how they were dealt with and the outcome followed. For fun element, there are quizzes in the end of each chapter that allows you to analyze the performance of your team.

  1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R Covy-

Covy has sold over 15 million copies of the book that became instant hit among readers when first released. The book provoked individuals and encouraged them to stop, see & understand what they have been doing wrong in their lives. This book is step-by-step guide to incorporate successful habits in your routine and has been recognized by presidents, CEOs and other people from around the globe. What stands out is the principle driven approach Covy has shared for solving problems at personal & professional level.

  1. Leaders Eat Last by Simon Senek-

One of the famous quote from inside the book “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” Senek inspires leaders to put the needs of team members on priority and then perhaps think of themselves. It is often discovered that a few teams don’t perform as good as few others. The difference lies in the internal connection the team members share, as well as with their leader.


The responsibility of leading a team could bestow upon anyone at any time. It is essential to think of it as an opportunity since we all have leadership qualities inside us. The above mentioned books are definitely going to assist you in your journey as a leader.

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Author: Nishil Prasad

Nishil is a passionate writer, hungry for new innovation. New trends fill him with tons of enthusiasm to uncover hidden topics. Speakaudible covers a wide range of subjects related to audiobooks.

8 thoughts on “4 Best Leadership Books you Should Read in 2020

  1. Otto Z. Zuckermann

    Thank you for this list and why. Well done, Mr. Prasad !!! 👍

  2. Tom Bushmaster

    Thank you Nishil for an informative article. I know that Gen. Satterfield occasionally allows for guest writers to make a contribution. I recommend that you go to his Reading Lists (Updated) in the tabs section and see what he has on his list of the best books to read. Once again, good luck with your writings.

    1. Greg Heyman

      Here is a great ‘classics’ list from Gen. Satterfield:
      1984. George Orwell
      Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder. Nassim Nicholas Taleb
      Brave New World. Aldous Huxley
      Beyond Good and Evil. Friedrich Nietzsche
      Crime and Punishment. Fyodor Dostoevsky
      Gulag Archipelago. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
      Man’s Search for Meaning. Viktor Frankl
      Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief. Jordan Peterson
      On War. Sun Tzu
      The Holy Bible

  3. Forrest Gump

    Good article Mr. Nishil and very informed list of books for 2020.


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