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7 thoughts on “Good Leaders Ask Great Questions: Your Foundation for Successful Leadership

  1. Thanks for the recommendation. I’m currently reading two books that will be released soon (launch team). I’ll share them with everyone on my blog in the coming weeks.

  2. Thanks for this recommendation. I love hearing John Maxwell speak but I’m yet to get around to any of his books, although I always hear great things about them. I’ll be popping this one on the wish list. I just recently finished Steven Pressfield’s The War of Art and am now reading Mindset by Carol Dweck and Daring Greatly by Brene Brown. Enjoying both so far. I think my problem is I often read quite a few books at the same time and so end up taking a while to finish any of them, I like to pick and mix I guess. But each of the above titles have some great content on personal development.

    • Your welcome, you should definitely put a John Maxwell book on your reading list. I have the same problem, I start reading several different books so it takes me longer to read them all. Keep reading and leading!

  3. I’m currently finishing the 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John Maxwell after just finishing The Culture Engine by S. Chris Edmonds (which has turned out to be my book of the year).

    • Sorry about the delayed reply. The 15 Laws of Growth is a great book, I really enjoyed reading it. I’ve have to check out Chris’s book! Thank you for commenting.