What are people's favorite management / leadership books?

I'm collecting a reading list. So far on my list I have:- High Output Management by Andrew Grove- Multipliers by Liz Wiseman- The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben HorowitzRecommended by Michelle Xue in her Featured post:- The five Dysfunctions of a Team- Deep Work- DriveI've already read and would recommend:- How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie - I avoided it for the longest time based on the title... but when I read the book it was amazing. It sums up as "Being genuinely interested in other people and their needs and problems".
My new favorite is "It doesn't have to be Crazy at Work" by Jason Fried and DHH
Oh thank you! I had meant to read that one when it first came out and it totally slipped off my radar!
Team of Teams, The Wisdom of Teams, Mindset, Grit, The Happiness Hypothesis, The Talent Code, Peak, Helping People Change: Coaching with Compassion for Lifelong Learning and Growth
The Hard Things about Hard things is a great book! I really dig "Crucial conversations" by kerry patterson. It's about 250 pages ish, but you can just read the parts you need and kill it in an hour or two. Definitely a subway read.
Two of my favorites that I repeatedly turn back to are: - The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier- No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work by @lizfosslien and Mollie West Duffy
Love "No Hard Feelings"! Such a great book.
From Good to Great by Jim Collins; Evidence based decision making by Eric Barends and Denise Rousseau (but the second one is more of a textbook I use when teaching HR professionals)
There are lots of great answers already on this thread, I would add:Creativity Inc. The Culture Code
I love, love, love Culture Code! Not a book, but the podcast Culture First is also phenomenal.
Energy Leadership: Transforming Your Workplace and Your Life from the CoreBook by Bruce D. Schneider !