Welcome to the Leadership Resources Library sampler. These are examples of the resources that are available throughout the Library, which is comprised of some of the top leadership resources curated from online and offline sources. It is a resource for you to utilize as you embark on and continue your leadership journey.
Visit the Recommended Leadership Books which includes books by authors such as Simon Sinek, John Maxwell, Stephan Covey and Chris Van Gorder.
This is a dynamic library, so resources are regularly added and removed. If you find a resource that should be added please complete the resource addition form. If you find a link that is no longer working, please email us at library @ eliteleadershipacademy.com.
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Latest Featured Content (6)
Know these essentials for successful talent-focused leadership | SmartBriefLoading...new
7 Strategies to Build a More Resilient Team
You need a foundation of trust, transparency, and self-awareness.Loading...new
Why You Need a ‘Challenge Network’ | Knowledge@Wharton
In an excerpt from his new book, ‘Think Again,’ Wharton’s Adam Grant explains why success often comes from surrounding ourselves with “disagreeable” people.1Loading...new
High-performing teams: A timeless leadership topic | McKinsey
CEOs and senior executives can employ proven techniques to create top-team performance.Loading...
Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, and Neuroscience All Agree: Your Daily Routine Needs More 'Non-time' | Inc.com
Your busy daily routine is healthy and productive. It might also be killing your creativity.1Loading...new
Success as a leader demands strong self-talk | SmartBrief
I've written several times about the idea of the inner game of leading. It's where success in this challenging role is won or lost. From an article a few years ago, I wrote:Loading...new
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Article Sampler (10)
Old habits die hard, but good leaders can change | Chief Learning Officer
In a way, habits are like shortcuts, and that can make them very efficient. The problem is, when everything else is changing around you, there’s a good chance old habits no longer apply.3Loading...new
How To Lead In 2021: 5 Factors For Success | Forbes
Leading in 2021 is about taking decisive, well thought-out actions that gain trust, buy-in, alignment and participation. It's not going to happen on buzzwords alone.2Loading...new
How Do Great Leaders Solve Problems? By Asking 1 Question, Then Shutting the (Heck) Up | Inc.com
Legendary music producer Rick Rubin's approach to solving problems is one every leader should embrace.5Loading...new
Women in Healthcare Leadership Spotlight: Johnese Spisso | HealthLeaders Media
The UCLA Hospital System CEO shares her journey from nurse to health system CEO, and how she strives to be an "inclusive, collaborative leader."5Loading...new
Contagion, Xenophobia, and Leadership | Stanford Business
Infectious diseases such as COVID-19 trigger both disgust and fear. Combined, those can trigger a misguided search for a scapegoat.5Loading...new
Five Ways to Motivate Your Team With Empathy and Authority | MIT Sloan Review
The right communication during a crisis can help teams be more connected — and productive.2Loading...
Navigating a Crisis: Why Company Culture Is Key | Knowledge@Wharton
Amway CEO Milind Pant discusses why “leading from the heart” matters and the lessons he’s learned during the coronavirus pandemic.Loading...
How to Build a Successful Team | Business Guides | The New York Times
Building a successful team is about more than finding a group of people with the right mix of professional skills. This guide will tell you how to lay the groundwork for a highly productive team that can communicate, cooperate and innovate in an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.2Loading...
Boost Your Emotional Intelligence with These 3 Questions | Harvard Business Review
It will help you figure out which habits aren’t serving you.3Loading...
The Boss Factor: Making the world a better place through workplace relationships | McKinsey Quarterly
How to improve worker's job satisfaction and overall well being1Loading...
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Video Sampler (3)
Four Ways Good Leaders Become Great Ones | Stanford Graduate School of Business
Build a company culture where both you and your employees thrive.Loading...
Matt Tenney: Why The Best Leaders Make Love The Top Priority | TED Talk
In this inspiring talk, author and social entrepreneur Matt Tenney cites compelling case studies and research to help you see why making love a higher priority than profit is not only a more noble and fulfilling way to lead, it's actually the surprising secret of the best leaders.Loading...new
The Galactic Empire: 5 Leadership Mistakes | Forbes - YouTubeLoading...
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Podcast Sampler (2)
How Diverse Boards Can Help Close the Wealth Gap | Knowledge@Wharton
John W. Rogers Jr. talks with Wharton’s Stephanie Creary about his lifelong effort to get more people of color into boardrooms and key leadership roles.1Loading...new
Podcast: Great Leaders Ask, "What Really Matters?" | KelloggInsight
Former Fortune 500 CEO Harry Kraemer discusses how knowing and acting on your values can guide you through a crisis.Loading...