Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Carnival of Leadership Development

Welcome to the August 1, 2007 edition of carnival of leadership development.

Krishna De presents How to ensure you ask powerful coaching questions posted at Talking Coaching: changing the world through coaching.
Warren Wong presents Just Do It posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Are you pondering over a task? Are you not sure if you should do it? Here's why you should just do it!"

Louise Manning presents Mediation Leadership posted at The Human Imprint.

Adam Pieniazek presents Leadership Tests posted at Adam Pieniazek, saying, "Discussing the leadership style of Jack Hartnett and Pernille Spiers-Lopez, as well as discussing the relevance of leadership assessments."

Christopher J. Brunner presents Enhance Your Image Through Your Words posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, "What you say and how you respond to others reflects upon your capabilities and attitude, so it's important to say things that enhance your image rather than harm it."

Praveen presents Business Lessons From Goldman Sachs posted at My Simple Trading System.

Jim Stroup presents A random climb up the career ladder posted at Managing Leadership,

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents The Millionaire Mommy Next Door Recipe for Success, Wealth & Happiness posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, "Add ingredients generously and mix thoroughly to blend."

Charles H. Green presents Is Neuroleadership More Than Reinventing Wheels? posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Is neuroleadership doing more than just codifying common sense? Are there any lessons leaders can take away from it?"

George Courtney jr presents The Authentic Bartender Blog: Three Steps To Increase Your Creativity posted at The Authentic Bartender Blog.

Ant presents 5 Distractions To The Nesting Entrepreneur posted at The Beef Jerky Blog.

Ivan Rios presents 5 More Contradictions That Will Make You a Better Leader posted at

Sue Massey presents The Price Of Ignoring What?s Wrong posted at Business Management Life, saying, "I talk about how it's important for employees to feel good about their job. If you have employees you should read my article."

Bhupendra Khanal presents Top 10 Mantra for Professional Success posted at Analytics Bhupe, saying, "Leadership and success are not luck but decisions."

Rolf F. Katzenberger presents Personal, timeless organization: 4 suggestions for your checklist posted at Evomend | Timeless resources for personal organization.

Katie presents I’m Jobless & Remembering What Mattered Before the 9-5 World posted at Aridni,

Warren Wong presents Taking Risks posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Are you afraid to launch your own business? Are you afraid of losing what money you have? Here's why you shouldn't be."

Debra Moorhead presents Talk is Cheap . . . Or is it? posted at Debra

Jay Gordon Cone presents Facilitating Trust: What team leaders need to know posted at Interaction Associates - Thought leadership and practical tools for collaboration.

Christopher J. Brunner presents Showing Compassion posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, "In this post I discuss how, as leaders, we should show compassions to those who are less fortunate, and motivate others to do the same."

Ianternet presents Top 30 Entrepreneurs: My Input on Each posted at Ian Fernando

Peter25 presents Visualize Your Failure posted at Small Business.

Stephanie West Allen presents Your values: One way to lessen the stress of conflict posted at Brains On Purpose™, saying, "New information on how to reduce stress in stressful situations."

Mike Buckley presents Not So Smart After All posted at Mine Your Own Business.

Jim Stroup presents Clean plates posted at Managing Leadership,

Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan: Performance Expectations - A smidgen of Sun Tzu posted at Coaching sales champions.

Warren Wong presents My Partner?s Not Doing Enough Work! posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Do you find that your partner's not doing enough work and are angry for having to pick up the slack? Here's how to handle it."

Cade Krueger presents 3 Huge Steps On How To Leap From The Security Of A Job To A Home Business posted at Write To Right.

Charles H. Green presents Negotiation and the Short Term Performance Trap posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Leadership requires understanding how the short term very quickly becomes the long term, and how the long term determines short term success."

Charles H. Green presents When Business is Incontinent posted at Trust Matters, saying, "So often we know what we should do, nothing stands in our way, we want to do it... and yet we don't. Why?"

edithyeung presents 7 Phrases Successful People Would Never Say posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Ant presents Are you a Millionaire Yet? posted at The Beef Jerky Blog.

Ivan Rios presents 9 Surefire Ways to Be a Bad Leader posted at

Chris Tackett presents How to Write a Headline and Grab Your Prospect by the Eyeballs! posted at Direct Marketing News

Eric Hudin presents You Can Make More Working Less posted at Everyday Marketing Ideas, saying, "Time management is a myth. Time doesn’t stop. There is no managing something you can’t control. What you can do is eliminate your wasted movements to become more efficient and effective."

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Anonymous said...

Great carnival, I find the articles you've chosen to be very useful. Thanks!


Millionaire Mommy Next Door said...

Thanks for organizing and hosting the carnival! I'll be linking back here in my weekly Blog Carnival Roundup edition on Friday.

Krishna De said...

Thanks so much for including my article. I'll make sure the Carnival of Leadership Development is in my roundup of blog carnivals for my readers at the end of August.

Krishna De - Bringing your brand to life!

Career Counselor said...

Great carnival! Very comprehensive and useful.