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BK Blog Post
Posted by Joseph Jaworski.
Joseph is the founder and chairman of both Generon International and the Global Leadership Initiative. He is the author of Source: The Inner Path of Knowledge Creation.
With only a couple of days left before 2014 fades into the background I think creating a new resource for 2015 is in order. My choice is the Top Leadership Blogs of 2015 and I hope you find the list offers you a wealth of tips, ideas and can be a continuing resource for the new year.
Curating this list caught me a bit by surprise and I found myself pulled into a deep well of internet noise, the noise of course was produced by all the hype I had to swim through in order to find some quality blogs. Over and over I was told why I should signup for this or that before I would gain access to quality thoughts and ideas about leadership. In the end I put 10 blogs on the list that many of you probably have not seen or read before.
There is no shortage of ideas and opinions about leadership on the internet, anyone can create a blog bravely titled leadership. With all the clutter on the internet it's daunting to find voices offering useful information and direction sans the hype.
It's my hope you'll find these blogs to be of use and that this list will be of recurring utility on your journey. I've deliberately created this list from blogs that you may not have yet seen in hope of inspiring you with a few different outlooks.
Leadership Freak blog began in January of 2010. I started writing because I felt a deep need to share the leadership lessons I was learning. Although I started leading at a young age, the last ten years of studying leadership changed my life.
In addition to writing the Leadership Freak blog, I’m a co-author of, “The Character Based Leader.” You’ll also find my articles in the material of The American Marketing Association, The American Management Association, The Society for Human Resource Management, The Deloitte Leadership Academy, Huffington Post, and many others.
Find new ideas and classic advice on strategy, innovation and leadership, for global leaders from the world's best business and management experts.
Liz Strauss is an opportunity creator, an international business strategist, and keynote speaker. She’s been called the most influential “real-ebrity” on the web. She’s a master teacher, an über-connector, an idea machine with bias toward action.
No one questions that Liz brings a one-of-a-kind authenticity backed with hands-on authority.
We all possess the capacity for leadership, but only those who cultivate it will ever become truly effective leaders. By providing articles, features, books, multimedia and other resources, we would like to encourage you to develop the leader in you — to become an active participant in shaping your future and the future of others.
Rajesh is involved in a few companies in some combination as a founder, operating executive, board member and/or an investor. Apart from that, he has written a few books and is working on a few more of them. His first book was published at the age of thirteen. While he is not building companies or writing, he enjoys speaking at conferences and company events.
Leadership is not the end point; its task is to create an environment in which other leaders can flourish. Over the past fifteen years, I have been fortunate enough to witness an amazing amount of change and innovation in the organizations for which I have worked, as well as those of clients and partners. While some of these advancements have been driven by the clever implementation of technology, lasting business benefit requires a broad, systemic approach. There needs to be a focus on education, learning, knowledge transfer and change management. And this all needs to be matched with business process, innovation and “people” programs — with inspired, inspiring leaders at the helm.
This is a management blog based on rigourous research and practical application to real world business problems. It covers leadership, strategy, marketing, self-management, organizational behaviour and teaching & learning. My objectives are to publish clear, concise and correct posts and to publish once a week (although to be honest, this might not always happen).
(by Colleen Sharen)
I've lived many lives: serial entrepreneur, technology and CEO advisor, venture capitalist, engineer in the early days of Microsoft. Today I help CEOs in rapid growth and turnaround scenarios to achieve previously unheard of results through seeing into their blind spots, aligning their team and Board, changing challenging behaviors, increasing team accountability and execution. Some call me a Business Strategist, some call me an Executive Coach.
After years of studying servant leadership, comparing it to my own experiences – both good and bad, I wanted to share what I learned with others. Thus, The Modern Servant Leader (ModernServantLeader.com) was born. This site is dedicated to spreading the awareness, adoption and support of servant leadership practices with an emphasis on modern trends, challenges and technology.
Established in 2007, Women on Business, is an award-winning online destination for the news and information women need to be successful in the business world from today’s thought leaders. Business women can be a powerful network online. The goal of Women on Business is to see that power grow and to broaden the online discussion between today’s male and female business thought leaders.
And lastly here’s a recent tweet I came across from the minds at FastCompany … The tweet captures something every leader would do well to ponder.
You'll have 2,000 hours to work with next year. How will you use them? http://t.co/ma5MFHzpme
— FC Leadership (@FastCoLead) December 29, 2014