Inspirational Blogs on Leadership and Management

I found some very inspirational blogs on leadership and management. I would like to share:

Management

CEO Blog — Time Leadership: Jim Estill, CEO of SYNNEX Canada, talks about how you, too, can meet business success.

Dispatches from the New World of Work: Tom Peters heads a consulting services company. His personal motto: “The starting point of all significant change is mindset.”

Extreme Leadership: Have you heard of extreme sports? Well, now there are extreme leaders, too. Steve Farber heads up Extreme Leaders Inc., a business-development company, and he also shares his thoughts on his site.

Slow Leadership: The title of this blog is legitimate: Postings are aimed at truly developing a leader through mindset and behavior change.

Say Leadership Coaching: This Polynesian-themed blog offers mentoring, coaching and training advice to managers and leaders.

Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership Blog: Wally Bock’s very easy-to-scan site dishes up regular doses of information on leadership issues for North American business leaders.

Inspiration

Steve Roesler’s All Things Workplace Blog–  is designed to “teach smart people practical ways to become extraordinary.”

A Budding Contrapreneur: This snappy new blog by Matthew K. Ing talks about ideas and why some fail.

Liderlik/Leadership: Both English and German readers can check this blog to become inspired.

Slacker Manager: With pictures, funny lists and useful tips, this slacker blog works hard to keep you interested.

The Bing Blog: You’ll surely find out what not to do to become an effective leader in this blog that covers bad jobs, bad bosses and how to zone out in an all-day meeting.

Self-Awareness

Mavericks at Work: This blog covers “Mavericks at Work,” a veritable how-to book for “what-if executives and entrepreneurs — a collection of new and provocative answers to some of the most basic questions facing companies of every size and leaders in every field.”

800-CEO-READ Blog: Do what the blog says and read up on the latest on business books, authors and the publishing industry.

Bigger Isn’t Always Better : This blog imparts the wisdoms of the book of the same name, which was written by management consultant Bob Tomasko.

The Long Tail: Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired magazine, shares the theories behind his book “The Long Tail,” which purports that the economy is shifting its attention from mainstream products and markets to niches.

For many more see “The Top 100 Management and Leadership Blogs That All Managers Should Bookmark” – here

Resource:

“The Top 100 Management and Leadership Blogs That All Managers Should Bookmark” By HR World Editors on June 10, 2008

Ethan Willis in the News! E-strengths assessment helps others and Entrepreneur.com-July 24, 2008 by |

Totally Consumed HR Jeff Treder– he aslo , coorrectly pointed  out  I , ” missing some of the heaviest-hitters,” including: All Things Workplace , Managing Leadership , Flowing Motion , Ripple Effect :Human Markets Ask a Manager and Totally Consumed HR .: Thank you!

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6 responses to “Inspirational Blogs on Leadership and Management

  1. You have a good start, but when it comes to inspiration, leadership and management, you’re missing some of the heaviest-hitters, including:

    All Things Workplace url:http://www.allthingsworkplace.com/

    Great Leadership url:http://greatleadershipbydan.blogspot.com/

    Managing Leadership url:http://www.managingleadership.com/blog/

    Flowing Motion url:http://flowingmotion.wordpress.com/

    Ripple Effect url:http://swotvision.blogspot.com/

    Human Markets url:http://humanmarkets.com/blog/

    Ask a Manager url:http://askamanager.blogspot.com/

    Totally Consumed HR url:http://totallyconsumed.blogspot.com/

  2. Thanks for including Slacker Manager in your list. We work hard so you don’t have to work so hard to find the information you need.

    I’d encourage you to also check out http://manager-tools.com as a great podcast and a VERY helpful forum if you sign up to be a member.

    Keep sharing!

  3. Mucho thanks.

    I’m contented to live life as an addendum:-)

    Keep up the good work,

    Steve Roesler

    —————————————————————————————–

    Steve,

    I just read “Aha!” Signals A Beginning” all I can say is WOW! Your blog is must reading.

    Thank you for posting!

    Humbly,

    Devin

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  5. exatatefe

    Hello.
    :) reflects the couple’s low-key approach to their royal connections.
    Bye.

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