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Intriguing leadership books to read in 2018

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When: The Scientific Secrets Of Perfect Timing By Dan Pink, expected Jan 9

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Powerful: Building A Culture Of Freedom And Responsibility By Patty McCord, expected Jan 9

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Great At Work: How Top Performers Do Less, Work Better, And Achieve More By Morten Hansen, expected Jan 30

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The Culture Code: The Secrets Of Highly Successful Groups By Daniel Coyle, expected Jan 30

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Thinking In Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All The Facts By Annie Duke, expected Feb 6

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Dying For A Paycheck By Jeffrey Pfeffer, expected Mar 20

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Dear Madam President: An Open Letter To The Women Who Will Run The World By Jennifer Palmieri, expected Mar 27

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A Good Time To Be A Girl By Helena Morrissey, expected June 5

FOLLOWING a year of dizzying news cycles, Twitter flame wars and increasingly deep political divisions, getting engrossed in a meaty book on leadership lessons, in-depth career advice or ideas for improving the way we work may sound pretty tempting.

So we've pored through 2018 book lists...

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