"To attain knowledge, add things everyday. To attain wisdom, remove things every day"– Lao Tzu –
It is tremendously important to me to keep on searching for new ways to improve my own (personal) leadership. Besides getting charged by attending conferences/workshops and doing research in my line of field. I love to get inspired by numerous books, articles etc.
By reflecting, creating silence, a new space emerges for innovation and creativity. Below you will find a first glance on my ‘must reads’ on leadership, learning organization and transformation.
The Road Less Traveled, M. Scott Peck (1978)
Presence, Peter Senge, Scharmer, Jaworski, Flowers (2004)
Source, J. Jaworski (2012)
Pathways to Chance, F. David Peat (2007)
Finding our Way, Margaret Wheatley (2005)
On Dialogue, David Bohm (1996)
The Supreme Art of Dialogue, Anthony Blake (2008)
Gentle Action, F. David Peat (2008)
Leading in the 21st century: An interview with Ford’s Alan Mulally
The thought leader interview: Meg Wheatley
Discovering your authentic leadership
How great leaders inspire action
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