Most Recommended Leadership Resources

Resources any leader needs to succeed through their leadership journey.

Welcome to the Moving Forward Leadership Resources page where you will find I have listed every single resource ever mentioned in any podcast episode, medium article, or wherever. This will no doubt help you to find anything you are interested in.
Before we get to the ever growing list, please note one very important disclosure for transparency:

Some of the links below are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission, which in-turn I use to help fund the website and podcast. They do not in any form cost you more. Please do not spend any money on these products unless you feel you need them or that they will help you achieve your goals.

Now to the goods!

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Featured in episode 24, Heather Younger has the goal to make all leaders aware of how to gain and keep employees loyal to the organization.

Written by Colonel (retired) John Conrad featured in episode 16. This book is his rendition of his experiences as a Battalion Commander in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

John Conrad’s third book. This one discusses his struggles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Written by Jennifer Britton featured in episode 26. This book is ideal if you need to learn how to coach groups of people.

Another book by Jennifer Britton – episode 26 – all about leading teams virtually.

Written by Shelly Francis guest on the podcast, talking about how courage is an essential aspect of leadership and the types of situations leaders will find themselves in requiring courage.

My Resources

My ebook, which I have written taking into account over 24 years of leadership experience. From this book, you will gain the foundation to begin to develop your leadership style.

Recommended Resources

The ultimate business book, written by Napoleon Hill so many years ago. Yet it is still applicable today.

The best book written by John Maxwell in my opinion. Should be read by any new leader.

Guest Resource
Featured in episode 24, Heather Younger has the goal to make all leaders aware of how to gain and keep employees loyal to the organization.
Written by Colonel (retired) John Conrad featured in episode 16. This book is his rendition of his experiences as a Battalion Commander in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
John Conrad’s third book. This one discusses his struggles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Written by Jennifer Britton featured in episode 26. This book is ideal if you need to learn how to coach groups of people.
Another book by Jennifer Britton – episode 26 – all about leading teams virtually.
Written by Shelly Francis guest on the podcast, talking about how courage is an essential aspect of leadership and the types of situations leaders will find themselves in requiring courage.
My Resources
My ebook, which I have written taking into account over 24 years of leadership experience. From this book, you will gain the foundation to begin to develop your leadership style.
Recommended Resources
The ultimate business book, written by Napoleon Hill so many years ago. Yet it is still applicable today.
The best book written by John Maxwell in my opinion. Should be read by any new leader.