British Soldiers reading some leadership books‘Leaders are readers’. Learn from others’ experiences and theories by getting your head into some good leadership books. Below are leadership books we have read and recommend, and also some articles that recommend book that will enhance your leadership.

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The Mission, the Men, and Me: Lessons from a Former Delta Force Commander

The Mission, the Men, and Me

The Mission, the Men, and Me: Lessons from a Former Delta Force Commander Reviewed by Dylan Nigh “We called ourselves the Wolverines. Our mission was marauding. We were five hundred miles behind enemy lines. I commanded the Wolverines. They called me Panther.” These succinct yet powerful words open the stirring work The Mission, the Men,…


The Leadership Book by Neil Jurd

The Leadership Book by Neil Jurd Reviewed by Sarah McEntee Most people with an interest in leadership, whether military or civilian, will likely find that their bookshelves are groaning under the weight of numerous tomes including those of heavyweights such as Patrick Lencioni and David Rock. I recommend that you add one more to your…


Conflicted: Why Arguing is the Right Thing to do. Why arguments are tearing us apart and how they can bring us together.

Conflicted: Why Arguing Is the Right Thing to Do.

Conflicted: Why Arguing is the Right Thing to do. Interviewed by The Army Leader For years Ian Leslie was fascinated by the question of why public and private disagreements go so badly, so often. In public, they descend into acrimony or get stuck in a grinding neutral gear. In private, disagreements should shatter groupthink or…


I have the watch

I Have The Watch, By Jon S Rennie

I Have the Watch, by Jon S Rennie Reviewed by James Harrison There are no finite answers to the questions of leadership, which is why Harvard University estimate that there are over 15,000 books on the topic of leadership currently in print. I often find myself searching for a book that will add value and…