Watch for these 10 books on leadership in 2017

Does your New Year's resolution list include working on your leadership skills? If so, take note of these 10 books being published next year.

To compile its list, The Washington Post searched through publisher's lists and asked for suggestions from authors and professors who are experts on the intricacies of leadership, including Daniel Pink and Bob Sutton, PhD.

Here are The Washington Post's 10 leadership books to keep an eye out for next year.

1. Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace by Christine Porath, PhD — released Dec. 27

2. Own It: The Power of Women at Work by Sallie Krawcheck — released Jan. 17

3. Stretch by Scott Sonenshein, PhD — released Feb. 7

4. Madame President by Helene Cooper — released March 7

5. Eyes Wide Open by Isaac Lidsky — released March 14

6. Radical Candor by Kim Scott — released March 14

7. Option B by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant, PhD — released April 24

8. The Captain Class: The Driving Force Behind the World's Greatest Teams by Sam Walker — released May 16

9. The Push by Tommy Caldwell — released May 16

10. Gorbachev: His Life and Times by William Taubman, PhD — released Sept. 7

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