I just read "The Ride of a Lifetime" last month and it may just be the best book on leadership that I read.
The brilliance is that he states out his principles then you can see how he applies them in real life.
For example, he is very big on loyalty.
How he manages to balance his loyalty to his boss the previous CEO while still being ambitious in trying to get the CEO job is very tricky.
Usually when a CEO is pushed out his most loyal staff are thrown out as well.
He also appears like a very normal but very principled character compare to other brilliant leaders whose behaviour seems too crazy to emulate.