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Good Reads: Leadership As An Identity by Crawford Loritts

I bought Leadership As An Identity after hearing its author, Crawford Loritts, speak at an event last year. It has sat on the shelf for a number of months untouched. I finally picked it up again at the end of last year and decided to add it to the list of 24 Books I Plan to Read in 2012. I’m so glad I added it to the list because I found it to be very beneficial.

This book focuses on the heart issues of what constitutes a strong leader, while also giving practical suggestions and examples. I appreciated the emphasis on humility and was especially challenged by his words on brokenness.

I’d highly recommend this book if you are in any kind of leadership position–or hope to be someday!

See all books I’ve read so far in 2012 here.

Have you read any good books recently?

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  1. says

    So far, in March I have read three books and I intend to finish one more (about adoption!…our hope and prayer!):

    Kisses from Katie: Awesome book!! http://ourfrugalhappylife.blogspot.com/2012/03/reading-update-kisses-from-katie.html

    Goals! by Brian Tracy: Really motivational for me when it comes to importance of goal-setting (it has transformed my life!) http://ourfrugalhappylife.blogspot.com/2012/03/reading-goals-how-to-get-everything-you.html

    And Please Stop Laughing at Me (about kids and bullying – a very powerful message) – http://ourfrugalhappylife.blogspot.com/2012/03/reading-please-stop-laughing-at-me-by.html

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