Essay about The Building Blocks Of Success
The road to success is not easily replicated and every leader and CEO must find his or her own unique path. But the books below can point you in the right direction and teach invaluable lessons on what is required for effective leadership.
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leader…and Others Don’t by Jim Collins
“The good-to-great leaders never wanted to become larger-than-life heroes. They never aspired to be put on a pedestal or become unreachable icons. They were seemingly ordinary people quietly producing extraordinary results.”
The focus of the book is to look analytically at the factors that make good companies into great success stories. Collins and his research team examined corporate data from public companies and identified the keys to success. According to the book, the successful businesses followed six core principles, with one of the principles being good leadership. The book outlines some key concepts of not just ensuring a business succeeds, but also of becoming a better leader. These include characteristics such as humility and a culture of discipline. If you are running a business and you are looking for the answers, Good to Great is a must-read.
Start With Why by Simon Sinek
“Leadership requires two things: a vision of the world that does not yet exist and the ability to communicate it.”
If you are looking for a book to outline your vision and to communicate this better as a leader, Simon Sinek’s Start With Why…