MESHKI Means Business: The Leadership Books We’re Loving Right Now

MESHKI Means Business: The Leadership Books We’re Loving Right Now

Inside MESHKI HQ we are a team of ambitious and creative humans but, from the outside looking in, you could be excused for thinking all we ever think about is fashion and trends. 

However, like you, we’re multi-faceted and we know we’re only able to give as good as we give ourselves. Which is why we’re always on the lookout for insightful reads that can empower us to reach new heights. 

So here are some of the top leadership books currently making waves in our offices and a few of our team’s favourite key work-from-home to office-styling staples.


The Diary Of A CEO: The 33 Laws Of Business And Life by Steven Bartlett


Steven Bartlett, a prominent entrepreneur and CEO, takes readers on a journey through the highs and lows of his career, offering invaluable lessons along the way. His 33 laws provide a comprehensive guide for navigating the complexities of both business and life, making this a must-read for anyone striving for success.


“My day-to-day is constantly running around from shooting to preparing. So I always make sure I’m dressed comfortably at all times. I love wearing the CHARLENE Slinky Midi Skirt with the Chandler Modal Tank Top and an oversized ADDIE Suiting Blazer. It makes me feel put together even when I’m not feeling it!” — Shannan, Content Creator And Stylist


Level Up: Get Focused, Stop Procrastinating, And Upgrade Your Life by Rob Dial


Rob Dial's book is a practical roadmap for anyone looking to break free from procrastination and achieve their goals. Through actionable advice and real-life examples, Dial shows readers how to overcome distractions, hone their focus, and create a life of purpose and fulfillment.

Dare To Lead by Brené Brown


Brené Brown's groundbreaking work on vulnerability and courage has transformed the way we approach leadership. In Dare To Lead, she explores the essential qualities of effective leadership and provides actionable strategies for cultivating trust, resilience, and authenticity in the workplace.


“I love classic shapes and easy to wear styles that I don’t need to over think so I love the BEXLEY Oversized BlazerI also love a two piece suit, like the GREER Hourglass Suiting Blazer with the LORETTA Fit And Flare Tailored Pant.” — Tiarne, Head Of Trade, Marketing And eCommerce


Atomic Habits by James Clear


James Clear's Atomic Habits offers a revolutionary approach to personal and professional development through the power of small habits. By understanding the science behind habit formation, readers can learn how to make positive changes that stick, leading to lasting success in both business and life.

Captivate by Vanessa Van Edwards


We love Vanessa Van Edwards’ tips for effective communication and influence, drawing on insights from psychology and neuroscience. Whether you're leading a team or negotiating a deal, this book will help you master the art of connection and persuasion.

“When I'm at work I keep things pretty chill so I am loving AMELIE Suiting Longline Wrap Top paired with the AMELIE Suiting Straight Leg Pants or the GENEVIEVE Oversized Knit Cardigan and the matching GENEVIEVE Asymmetrical Knit Midi Skirt with some low heels. Anything that looks 'maximum effort' but with minimal effort.” — Kaylen, eCommerce Assistant

The Most Powerful Women In The Room Is You by Lydia Fenet


Lydia Fenet's empowering book is a rallying cry for women to embrace their innate strengths and seize leadership opportunities with confidence. Through inspiring stories and practical advice, Fenet shows women how to own their worth and excel in any professional setting.

The Confidence Code by Katty Kay & Claire Shipman


Katty Kay and Claire Shipman delve into the science of confidence and its impact on success.  By uncovering the factors that contribute to confidence, they provide actionable strategies for boosting self-assurance and achieving your goals.


Start With Why by Simon Sinek


Simon Sinek's classic book challenges readers to rethink their approach to leadership by starting with a simple yet profound question: Why? By articulating a clear sense of purpose, leaders can inspire action, foster loyalty, and drive meaningful change within their organisations.

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