Friday, September 07, 2007

Carnival of Leadership Development

Here is this weekends carnival of leadership development - I hope you find it inspires you to reach that potential that is inside of you.

John Wesley presents 8 Moves to Make When the Chips Are Down posted at Pick the Brain.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Training Games and "Games" posted at SharpBrains, saying, "Explaining how to navigate through the growing number of "brain training" claims."

Phil B. presents 13 Steps to be Productive « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "Ever wonder why some people are so productive all of the time while other people never accomplish anything?"

Charles H. Green presents The Dark Side of Trust? Not! posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Harvard claims the key to trust is micromanagement, but real leaders know the key to trusting relationships is letting go enough to let trust flourish."

Jason Rakowski presents Building Relationships In Business - Why It?s So Important posted at Learn Good Customer Service, saying, "There are several different types of relationships that a business owner should be trying to obtain. This article will take a look at three of them that I feel are a must have!"

Chris Russell presents Employee Retention Through Talent Management - What Does It Take To Retain Employees? posted at Productivity Planner, saying, "Companies with high employee turnover rates are losing valuable resources in addition to money. It costs a good bit of money to advertise to fill positions; interview potential employees; and train new employees. This can be particularly expensive if the high turnover rate is for middle or high level positions. Many companies and organizations are embracing HR talent management programs that evaluate the issues of employee retention."

Dr Martin W. Russell presents The Key Life Principle? posted at Dr Martin W. Russell.

Ralph Jean-Paul presents Be A Presence In Any Room posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, "All leaders are confident and the great ones have a presence. Learn how to walk into any room and project the qualities of a great leader."

Kevin Bedell presents What's the best question to ask? posted at 21st Century Citizen.

Phil B. presents The Right and Wrong Ways to Boost Morale « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, "I think morale has reached an all time low where I currently work, and I would guess that the same is true where you work too."

Nithya Powlin presents How to Get Your Stuck Projects Unstuck posted at Never Another Job.

Charles H. Green presents It's a Dog Eat Dog World, Isn't It? posted at Trust Matters, saying, "In an emerging business world that throws everyone together in constantly permutating ways, that old competitive nature we prized decades ago is becoming a bit of a millstone."

Karl Goldfield presents Building a plan Part 3: Hunters, Gatherers, Communicators, and Collaborators posted at Coaching sales champions.

Rolf F. Katzenberger presents Successful meetings, or: The Great Commandment of Communication posted at Evomend | Timeless resources for personal organization., saying, "You've completed the room reservation in time. You've arranged for coffee and beverages. You've set up the agenda and mailed it in advance to all participants. All feedback has been incorporated, of course. All flip chart supports are loaded with fresh pads of paper. Then the meeting begins. Discussion starts. After a while, you feel like you'd rather be amidst a bunch of howler monkeys during their mating season. Why isn't anybody listening?"

Ben Yoskovitz presents The 4 Immutable Laws of Giving Great Proposals posted at Instigator Blog.

Warren Wong presents Be A Good Manager By Letting People Learn And Grow posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "Information on the common mistakes an new manager makes and tips on how to be a good manager."

Tupelo Kenyon presents Integrity Through Self-Reliance posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "When you live your life as if the whisperings from your soul really matter, you are living life in your own way, on your own terms, based on your own realizations on what is right . . . what is good . . . and what is true for you. You are tuned into your own station. The signal you are receiving and the message you are broadcasting with the story of your life are both on the same frequency. You are joyfully and gratefully choosing your favorites from the buffet of life. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)"

Laura presents Top 20 Facebook Apps for Entrepreneurs posted at Online University Lowdown.

Luke Houghton presents 5 ways to think strategically posted at Luke Houghton, saying, "Being a leader means being able to see the bigger picture view of what's happening. This article outlines 5 creative ways to see the bigger picture."

Ant presents 5 Ways To Not Get Your Point Across posted at The Beef Jerky Blog.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Fitness Program 2.0, MindFit, and much more on Brain Training posted at SharpBrains, saying, "Review and commentary on several New York Times articles related to "brain training""

Samir Bharadwaj presents 5+1 Simple Ideas For Brainstorming With A Dictionary posted at, saying, "The currency of entrepreneurship is ideas. If you're like most entrepreneurs, you don't always have the luxury of brainstorming for new ideas in a group. So, here are some tips for coming up with ideas all by your lonesome, with a little help from your humble dictionary."

David B. Bohl presents Fulfillment and Leadership : Slow Down Fast Today! posted at Slow Down Fast Today!.

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