Best Leadership Books

These inspiring leadership books bring insight, humor and tips that will “lend wings to your success.” The eBooks below are affordable versions of my leadership books and available on Amazon. (You can also find the sold-out paperback versions on the used book market.)

This is one of the best leadership books.


How to Fly by the Seat of Your Pants

Leaders need to know how to ‘wing it’ effectively during these changing times. How to Fly by the Seat of Your Pants, will show you how to find opportunities in all that turbulence – and be prepared to take advantage of them. You can lead through uncertainty. You can soar, personally and professionally. Hang gliding is optional!

Get your copy of this eBook for $5.97 on Amazon.

I’m not a fan of self-help books, and I liked your book. It dealt with self-help in an entirely different way and it’s very useful.
—Stephen Guntli

A great leadership book by Christine Waugh.


Leadership In Change

Talk to fifty leaders from various demographics and organizations. Ask each about the changes in leadership, you’ll get fifty perspectives. You’ll also get a collection of insights that will help you stretch your own leadership skills, and improve your teamwork, productivity and results. You’ll get Insights On The Fly.

Get your copy of this eBook for $3.69 on Amazon.

One of the best leadership books, with quick-read tips in short chapters.


Updrafts

Updrafts are pockets of rising air. They create the lift that hang glider pilots use to soar. This book is full of updrafts that will help you soar too. It provides a little lift for leaders like you. Get quick inspiration! Short chapters that give you useful ideas for improving your performance and that of others.

Get your copy of this eBook for $3.69 on Amazon.

This is your best book yet. I’m buying 24 copies for my managers.
—Paul W Shumate, Pacific West Security – Sonitrol

Misty Memories of Guard Island, Alaska


Misty Memories

A nostalgic look at change, Misty Memories is published by Alberteen Press. It’s an historical memoir about the two years my family spent on a tiny isolated lighthouse island. Find out what life was like back then, then come with us as we return fifty-two years later. “It’s hard to go back.”

Get your copy of this eBook for $4.69 on Amazon.


Speaking of Success

I submitted a chapter about Flying By the Seat of Your Pants for this book. Other chapters include insights from Ken Blanchard (of The One Minute Manager and Who Moved My Cheese? fame,) Jack Canfield (originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series,) Stephen Covey (author of The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People,) and many others.

Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others.
—Brian Tracy

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