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Adam Grant Picks 20 Leadership Books to Read in 2020

Leaders and managers have a lot of exciting reading in the year ahead

I’I’m constantly surprised by the number of leaders and managers who say they’re too busy to read. Leaders who don’t have time to read are leaders who don’t make time to learn.




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Adam Grant

Adam Grant

Wharton professor. Author: ORIGINALS & GIVE AND TAKE. NYT writer: work & psychology. Ex-diver. Arguing like I'm right, listening like I'm wrong

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