Friday, October 19, 2007

Carnival of Leadership Development

Here is this months carnival of leadership development. Hope you enjoy the articles that we have chosen. Development is the lifeblood of leadership...both for the leader and the followers.

Anna presents 10 Tough Questions to Ask Yourself at The Engaging Brand

Ravi Vora presents 15 Ways To Speak With Confidence and Be Taken Seriously posted at Ravi Vora.

Christopher J. Brunner presents But on the Other Hand . . . (i.e. Exploring Options) posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, "Exploring your options is an important part of every decision we make. And especially when it comes to the big ones, such as how to run a business."

Ivan Rios presents Sometimes It?s Better to Quit and Move On posted at

Wanda Grindstaff presents Wealth and Freedom - Get Clear on What they Really Mean! posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles.

Ivan Rios presents Why Leadership is About Measuring Success posted at

David B. Bohl presents Conflict: Difficult People We Can’t Avoid posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, "There are people who are part of our lives, at least now, not by our choice but by circumstance, and we just have to learn to get along. We do have the option of not getting along, but that rarely feels good or works out well, so I highly suggest learning to deal with these people in a way that causes everyone involved the least amount of damage and turmoil."

Luke Houghton presents The wiki way of thinking posted at Luke Houghton, saying, "The wiki way of thinking challenges fundamental business thinking. Read this to learn more."

GreatManagement presents Tom Peters Recommends The Dream Manager posted at The GreatManagement Blog.

Sue Massey presents How to Write a Business Proposal posted at Business Management Life, saying, "Writing a business proposal can seem like a daunting task. Where do I start? What do I need to say? How do I know if I’ve written a proposal that my customer will understand?"

Tristan Loo presents SMART Goal Setting 101: The Definitive Guide to Goal Achievement posted at The Synergy Institute, saying, "Life Coach Tristan Loo explains how to set and achieve SMART goals. At 4915 words, this is the most comprehensive article on goal setting on the internet. Learn and integrate these powerful goal setting techniques into your life to produce the good that you desire for yourself."

David Kam presents A Generous Leader, A Great Figure posted at

Alex Marlin presents Most Educated People Have No Social Skills posted at Life Improvement Tips For Thin and Small People, saying, "Your are an educated person, so why are you not making it? Learn exactly what is keeping you back."

Rahul Bhambhani presents Take Control of Your Life: Be Proactive » posted at Personal Development Advice, Tools to Improve the Quality of your Life, saying, "All great leaders are proactive. This article explains how to become more proactive, and take control of your life."

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