Good day All, please i need recommendation on good management books for managers and top executives. We are planning to build a small library in my office for managers. i am not referring to text books but novel like books that can help managers work better. Books like Seven Habits of highly effective people, First Break All the Rules, etc . Please i need your recommendations.
From Nigeria, Lagos
Here's what I will recommend:
The Five Dysfunctional of a Team: Patrick Lencioni
The Fifth Discipline: Peter M Senge
Unlimited Power: Anthony Robbins
Awaken the giant within: Anthony Robbins
8th Habit: Stephen Covey
Telling ainít Training (For Trainers)
Crucial Conversations: Al Switzler, Joseph Grenny
Crucial Confrontations: Joseph Grenny, Kerry Patterson
Now, Discover Your Strengths by Marcus Buckingham & Donald O. Clifton
I am Ok. You are OK: Thomas A Harris
NLP at work: Sue Knight
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life: Marshall B. Rosenberg
Six thinking Hats: Edward de Bono
How to mind map: Tony Buzan
You Can Heal your Life - Louise L. Hay
The ultimate introduction to NLP: Richard Bandler
How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk: Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish (MUST for all parents)

From India, Delhi
A very good list has been given by Mr Atul Sharma.
I suggest the following books.
1.0 One Minute Manager - Ken Benchard
2.0 Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
3.0 "Eat the frog" - Brian Tracy?
4.0 Your Goal - Goldratt
5.0 The Power of Now.
V.Raghunathan

From India

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