This column was originally published on the Washington Post On Leadership site.
Now that school's out, my family and I are headed for a summer vacation. In between eating fried food and riding roller coasters, I plan to catch up on some new leadership books that I have been wanting to read.
What leadership books are at the top of your summer reading list? Here are my five:
- Being the Boss by Linda Hill and Kent Lineback - As a federal manager, you know it can be difficult to manage the expectations of your employees, supervisors and peers. In their book Being the Boss, Linda Hill and Kent Lineback offer a mix of research and practical experience to help leaders better manage themselves, build and maintain diverse networks, and lead their teams.