This is the Final of 3 – One Year Anniversary Celebration Posts!

The First Celebration Post shared the Top Five Most Read Posts from Year One

The Second Celebration Post shared My Top 10 Favorite “Leading with Questions” Quotes 

Today’s post answers a question I am frequently asked:  What are your favorite “Leading with Questions” books?  

I have almost 50 “Question” type books in my book case and have gained wisdom from each!  So coming up with a “Top 10” list is a challenge – albeit a fun one!   As you will see I had a hard time narrowing my list to just 10 books – so I cheated and added several “Honorable Mentions!”

Personal Note to all the authors: Each of you have contributed significantly, not only to my leadership, but the leadership of many!  Thank you very much for sharing your wisdom with all of us!  You will be pleased to know that I have not only read your book – I have bought multiple copies to pass on to my associates and friends.  Thank you for your friendship!  May God’s hand of blessing be on each of you!


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What are one or two of your favorite “Leading with Questions” type books?

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Bob Tiede 

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