As we approach the end of the year, it’s time to announce our choices for the best business books of 2015. Our editorial board is continually watching the business books that are being prepared for publication, to choose those that we think provide new information, while giving principles and practices that can be put to immediate use by our subscribers.
Here are the first 15 of our 30 Best Business Book List:
Rookie Smarts by Liz Wiseman – Leadership expert Liz Wiseman explains how to reclaim and cultivate the curious, flexible, youthful mindset of a rookie.
The Reciprocity Advantage by Bob Johansen & Karl Ronn – Leading forecaster Bob Johansen and business developer Karl Ronn share a model for creating new growth for your business using the underutilized resources.
Overworked and Overwhelmed by Scott Eblin – Leading forecaster Bob Johansen and business developer Karl Ronn share a model for creating new growth for your business using the underutilized resources.
Good Leaders Ask Great Questions by John C. Maxwell – To be a successful leader, you need to be asking yourself and your team key questions in order to learn, grow, and develop better ideas.
Becoming Your Best by Steven Shallenberger – Shallenberger reveals the 12 principles you need to follow in order to reach your highest potential and drive the kind of innovation that turns good companies into industry leaders.
Bringing Strategy Back by Jeffrey Sampler – Strategy expert Jeffrey Sampler introduces four “strategic shock absorbers” that enable leaders to build resilient organizations that can withstand even the most unexpected global turbulence.
Low-Hanging Fruit by Jeremy Eden & Terri Long – Jeremy Eden and Terri Long have distilled 77 of their most effective techniques for generating real performance improvements drawn from their success working with major companies.
Stacking the Deck by David Pottruck – David Pottruck presents the nine-steps that leaders who are facing major change in their organizations can follow from the first realization that change is needed through implementation.
Anticipate by Rob-Jan de Jong – Strategy and leadership expert Rob-Jan de Jong explains how to develop the ability to see things early and incorporate them into the future of your organization.
The 5 Choices by Kory Kogon, Adam Merrill & Leena Rinne – The authors combine research and insights from FranklinCovey to redefine time management in ways that will increase the productivity of individuals, teams and organizations.
Thirteeners by Daniel Prosser – CEO mentor Dan Prosser shares how to transform an organization’s internal connectedness so it can achieve the next level of performance.
The Hidden Leader by Scott Edinger & Laurie Sain – Scott Edinger and Laurie Sain show how managers can recognize and develop these talented employees in order to deliver even greater value to customers.
The Power of Thanks by Derek Irvine & Eric Mosley – Globoforce executives Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine explain how a Culture of Recognition can boost employee engagement and loyalty, stronger teamwork and a more innovative culture.
Leadership Blindspots by Robert Bruce Shaw – Robert Bruce Shaw helps leaders to identify weaknesses, threats and other vulnerabilities that can impair effectiveness, results and even their careers.
Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith – Goldsmith details six engaging questions that can help us enact meaningful and lasting change in order to become the person we want to be.
Watch for next Monday’s blog to see the rest of the list.