Box of Crayons ~ The Great Work Blog →
Michael Bungay Stanzier has one of the best blog names around - how can you resist “Box of Crayons”. Even typing it makes me smile. Michael is a coach, which is like saying Hank Aaron played ball. Michael’s focus on excellence as outline regularly in his Great Work interviews and activities is unlike others, who say the right words and use the right bylines, but do not put...
MIchael Hyatt →
Michael Hyatt leads Thomas Nelson Publishers, the largest Christian publishing house in the world. This is one well-run and successful company in an industry that is undergoing some significant change. To be successful is a compliment to his leadership, vision, and energy. Michael also write the Intentional Leadership blog, which is a running class on how to be an effective and thoughtful...
Leadership Freak AKA Dan Rockwell →
Dan Rockwell is one the smarter guys in the room. His blog is consistently interesting, timely, and very, very helpful. I’m not surprised he is an award-winning leadership blogger. This is leadership development at the top. His post today is about one question that will actually change you. One of the things I really enjoy about Dan’s thinking is that he takes simple,...
Kevin Eikenberry →
Kevin Eikenberry knows a lot about leadership development, which he shares in his book Remarkable Leadership. He particularly knows a lot about the transition from being an employee to being a boss, which he has graciously shared as co-author of From Bud to Boss. Kevin is a sharing kind of guy. He’s authentic and he cares about helping others become remarkable leaders.
Blue Sky Resumes by Louise Fletcher →
Louise Fletcher offers consistently thoughtful, reality-based, and USEFUL advice on how to write resumes that create results. I would spend money on this woman.
Presentations Advisors blog with Jon Thomas →
Common sense approach presentation skills and learningwith a critical and thoughful eye. Jon and compnay makeus all better at designing and delivering visual presentations that inform, intrigue, and entertain. In the end, we become more professional, more effective, and more engaging.
Ron Edmondson →
Faith-filled minister, realistic thinker, and all around intelligent and caring person, who blogs regularly about the workings of his ministry, human life, and all that stuff.
Becky Robinson Weaving Influence →
One of the best and most character-driven blogs I’ve found. Sometimes talks about leadership, sometimes about business, and sometimes about her kids … whatever the topic or focus, Becky provides clear, direct, and immensely helpful reflections. Food for our souls and our brains … John