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Strong leaders must stand out from the crowd claim QQ New York

Strong leaders must stand out from the crowd claim QQ New York

The world is more interconnected than ever which means Generation Z are faced with more competition than any generation before them. For this reason, direct sales and marketing specialists QQ New York believe young professionals must pick up a book and get reading, insisting inspirational tales of industry greats will light a fire within, helping them stand out from the (growing) crowd.

A self-confessed bookworm, President of QQ New York, Lewis Morton is all too familiar of the positive effects of reading and just how inspirational certain books can be. As the owner of a successful company, Morton considers teaching all new and existing contractors the skills needed to progress their career from the very start, to be a crucial aspect of his role.

Recently, the business owner has been discussing his faith in reading and how he believes books can help ambitious individuals further develop their dreams of leading a business, by expanding their knowledge through learning about the skills and attributes of others.

Here are the QQ New York President’s top 4 picks of inspirational reads for aspirational leaders:

  1. “Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility ”By Patty McCord

This book promotes the idea of “radical honesty in the workplace” and is written by the immensely successful former chief talent officer of Netflix, Patty McCord. A lot can be learned from McCord’s experiences at streaming mega-giants Netflix and elsewhere, state QQ New York.

  1. “Dying for a Paycheck” By Jeffrey Pfeffer

A fascinating and revelational study into the stresses of the professional workplace and the need for more evidence-based management practices, written by Stanford University Professor, Jeffrey Pfeffer.

  1. “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership” By James Comey

Within the pages of this book lie “unprecedented entry into the corridors of power, and a remarkable lesson in leadership itself” revealed by former FBI director and Justice Department lawyer, James Comey.

  1. “The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups” By Daniel Coyle

Coyle’s book examines how successful groups of people — from the U.S. Navy’s SEAL Team Six to the San Antonio Spurs — work together so well. Lots to be learned from this author.

With a network of global partners, QQ New York is able to offer an outreach into almost every corner of the globe. The firm offer uniquely individualised campaigns that can reach the masses. A high acquisition rate and personal touch that offers the same kind of exposure that you would get through indirect mediums.

 

Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/on-leadership/wp/2017/12/26/11-leadership-books-to-read-in-2018/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.38b9958e844d