Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Blog Carnival Of Leadership Development

Welcome to the May 23, 2007 edition of carnival of leadership development.

Christine Kane presents How to Get Nothing Done posted at Christine Kane's Blog

Bradley Woods presents Napoleon Hill Rose to Be Uplifiting posted at Conceive, Believe, Achieve, saying, "Story about Napoleon Hill and his rise to success as a motivational writer, speaker, and presidential adviser."

Anna presents The Strategic Jigsaw at The Engaging Brand

Steve Olson presents Ending the Cycle of Abusive Corporate Management posted at Steve Olson.

Jack Yoest presents Is the Manager Obsolete? Or When Does Consensus Stop? posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, "This was the theme of a Wall Street Journal article, Managing: Can a Company Be Run as a Democracy?"

Alexandra Levit presents Just Graduating? 5 Career Tips You Won’t Learn in School posted at Water Cooler Wisdom.

Debra Moorhead presents The Key to Great Customer Service posted at Debra

Cade Krueger presents How to Notice an Entrepreneur posted at Write To Right.

Christopher J. Brunner presents Online Meetings, The Board Room Alternative posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, "Using technology to make meetings with staff, clientèle and investors a little less hectic."

almomento presents 10 Steps to Better Efficiency in Your Day to Day Life posted at BurstCreativity.

Scott Lee presents Acknowledge Your First Steps But Always Ask: What is the Next Step? posted at Scott Free Thinking.

wilson ng presents Deep Understanding posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, "In todays world, the person who knows how will earn good money, but a person that TRULY knows why is the one who will be sought after!"

Editor - Dave Prouhet presents People Power - 5 Steps to Increasing Employee Value posted at Business Advice Daily, saying, "The HR Value Proposition Model, outlined the five factors for creating value and reinforced how to manage the most important asset—people."

Coach Peter Khoury presents How to Develop Your Will Power posted at

edithyeung presents The Fork in the Road posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Ted Reimers presents Best Business Schools for the Entrepreneur posted at CampusGrotto.

Laura Ricci presents Intention and Traffic Jams posted at Laura's Winning Ideas, saying, "How does the intention of a leader translate to small changes with big results? This story gives you a way to try out your own leadership growth AND get out of a jam!"

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