About the Books
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by Dale Carnegie (1938) is an important book for those who are aspiring to be leaders. It is a manual that describes the most important principles of leadership and offers insight into what dramatic changes can be achieved by applying these principles. Leadership is a behavior that requires the application of the 21 irrefutable laws of leadership, which are as follows: * Lead by example: Set a goal and then lead by example. * Lead by example: Part of the way to lead is to demonstrate your own leadership to others.
This section discusses the most important principles of leadership and leadership styles that are critical to the success of any organization. Leadership is defined as “the act by which an individual or group directs the actions of others, influencing the decisions of others.” A leadership style is a set of core behaviors and attitudes that can be learned and practiced. The most recognized and recognized leadership styles are the “Five Practices” of the Leadership Institute.