* Drive, by Daniel Pink
* Punished by Rewards, by Alfie Kohen
* Flow, by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
I wrote about some of these ideas here 
For a more traditional approach
* High Output Management, by Andy Grove
* The Manager's Path, by Camille Fournier
* The Thing about Hard Things, by Ben Horowitz
Not specifically about management, but in general, if you haven't read Jonathan Haidt's "The Righteous Mind", you should do that first. This is the book that has changed the way I think and understand people the most, and has indirectly helped me more with management than all of the management focussed books combined.
And I just finished "The Mythical Man Month" which is definitely still a must-read decades after it was first published (get the 20th anniversary edition as it has a nice summary at the end, including where the author thinks he was right and where he admits freely what he got wrong).
His podcast Managager Tools is also excellent, and has deep archives addressing pretty much every question under the sun: https://www.manager-tools.com/map-universe/hall-fame-highly-...
I've read a couple of consulting books, but psychology books helped me more. Most good consulting books are essentially applied psychology books IMO.
Focussed on a related topic because most good books were already mentioned.
Leaders eat Last by Simon Sinek
Books by Adam Grant and his podcast. He is a brilliant organizational behavioral psychologist from Wharton. Even his Thursday advice tweets are great.
I highly recommend two of his podcast episodes. One on trust which featured an international team of astronauts that had to bond for a major mission in a very short time. The second on all stars and humility about an NBA player with 2 championship rings who makes everyone else on his team perform better when he's on the floor.
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