8 Leadership Books by John Maxwell every leaders should read.

Leadership is complicated. It consists of varieties of facets.

Some would say, ‘they are not a leader.’ Not knowing we are all leaders. If you are a father, mother, brother, and sister to someone, you are leading them. The path you take, your kids would want to take. That is the path you lead them through.

There is also a different between a leader and someone in charge of something. There is difference between a leader and a manager. Their major difference is, ‘their level of influence.’

When you read any of these Maxwell’s books of leadership, you will understand better.
Perhaps you are wondering if you are a leader, yes you are. If you want to make influences in your homes, place of work, among your peers, in your community, you will do well by starting of with any of these books.
If you own an organization, learn how to lead leaders.
“The better the leader, the better the business.” “By training a leader, you have developed the potential of an organization.”
“You can’t grow beyond the people you have around you; they are your biggest asset or your biggest liability.”

-John C. Maxwell

Below are 8 of Maxwell’s books of leadership with link to order them at the end of the list.

1. The 21 irrefutable laws of leadership.

2. The 360° Leader

3. The 15 invaluable Laws of Growth

4. The 5 Levels of Leadership

5. Developing the leaders Around you

6. The Difference Maker

7. Leadership 101

8. The 17 indisputable Laws of Teamwork


About John Calvin Maxwell

John Calvin Maxwell (born 1947) is an American author, speaker, and pastor who has written many books, primarily focusing on leadership. His books have sold millions of copies, with some on the New York Times Best Seller List. Learn more about him here

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