10th Edition of the Leadership Growth Blog Carnival!
Welcome to the 10th edition of carnival of leadership growth. This is the largest carnival to date here and I am really excited! There are some amazing articles in this carnival and for the first time I am trying to catch up and read them all. Thank you to those who submitted their writings. Enjoy!
Nina Smith presents Brazen Careerist Lesson #2: Professional Development posted at Queercents, saying, “Recently, I wrote about my Lesson #1 of the Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success. It described how job satisfaction will focus more on fulfillment than earnings for Gen X & Y. This week, the topic is about how, as Penelope Trunk emphasizes, “The new workplace currency is training.””
Charles H. Green presents Do You Trust Your Boss? posted at Trust Matters, saying, “Sometimes it seems like managers are supposed to be gods, and good at everything, but in the end they’re shmoes like everyone else – and still have to make it work.”
Jim Stroup presents Phony phase transitions posted at Managing Leadership, saying, “As a manager moves from entry-level to top-level executive, expectations and the focus/perspective ratio change dramatically. Unfortunately, many managers don’t understand this, and drag the past into the future like a millstone holding themselves and their organizations back.”
Mike Harmon presents Home Based Business Tips – Three Reasons to Outsource Your Businesses Accounting Needs posted at Basic Accounting, saying, “You are probably already using a program like Quickbooks or Microsoft Money to balance your business books. But I will reveal 3 reasons why getting a good book-keeper will make a world of difference in your business.”
Matt Hanson presents Matt’s Creative Advertising Blog » Blog Archive » Is Traditional Publicity Dead? posted at Matt’s Creative Advertising Blog, saying, “Promotion has changed and evolved over the last few years. Find out more at Matt’s Creative Advertising blog.”
Jason Rakowski presents Customer Service – The President Murdered Grandma posted at Learn Good Customer Service, saying, “Customers are used to feeling as if their concerns are really of no concern to the business they have just purchased from.”
Stacey Derbinshire presents Licensing Your Way to Wealth posted at Starting a Small Home Business, saying, “Licensing requires little time and money and is extremely risk-free, while venturing requires a huge amount of time and money and is extremely risky. Learn more at my small home business blog.”
Christopher J. Brunner presents Differentiate Your Business With Quality Customer Service posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, “What you can do to provide quality customer service and make your business stand out in the crowd.”
Jimson Lee presents Everything I learnt in Life, I learned while Bartending posted at Speedendurance.com, saying, “Hey Billy, here’s another article for the next carnival.
The title is self explanitory.. it applies to personal growth from life lessons!”
Leon Gettler presents Psychotic organizations: 5 warning signs posted at Sox First, saying, “There are five warning signs of psychotic organizations: disorganization at the top, deluded thinking, organizational fragmentation, lack of awareness and inability to deal with customers, regulators, suppliers and markets.”
Paula presents Career & Money Part 9: Re-pot, Re-invent, Re-visit posted at Queercents, saying, “If you are not growing and evolving you’re dead… Paula continues her Career & Money series at Queercents.”
Jim Stroup presents Inkwells and tea leaves posted at Managing Leadership, saying, “CEOs are being disciplined or even fired for problems that surface in their private lives. This is a new behavior by boards. Is it a good one?”
Sagar Satapathy presents Business Fund.com » 17 Surefire Tips for Making a Successful Business Loan Pitch posted at Business Fund.com.
Scott Allen presents If You Could Ask John Assaraf and Murray Smith One Question… posted at About.com Entrepreneur’s Guide, saying, “If you could ask two of the world’s top serial entrepreneurs just one question, what would it be?”
Brad Trnavsky presents Choose your attitude! posted at Brad M. Trnavsky – Sales & Management Blogger, saying, “A story about attitude, and your ability to influence others including the law of attraction.”
This is an article with a powerful action step for leadership in sales and customer service.
Ruby presents 7 Things About Success That You Can Learn From Steve Jobs posted at Advice and Rants.
Tom Stanley presents Advantages Of A Franchise Business posted at Tom’s Franchise Information Blog, saying, “The advent of franchising brought a big change in business. Many have since become rich because of franchising. Franchising has indeed many advantages.”
Marc and Angel presents Corporate America Asks Questions Without Wanting True Answers | Marc and Angel posted at Marc and Angel, saying, “The situation I am referring to involves a professional environment where multiple individuals in a strict business relationship disregard the truth in favor of delivering the ideal lie.”
FitBuff presents Don’t Get Glad, Get Mad! posted at FitBuff.com’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “Within reason, instead of waiting for you and your spouse or you and your co-worker to cool down during a disagreement, you should try and solve it then. You both will be thinking more clearly and are actually more likely to come to an ideal resolution.”
Tupelo Kenyon presents Communication – Friend or Foe posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “Leadership skills lean heavily on communication skills. This article looks at communication for an unusual vantage point.”
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Christopher J. Brunner presents The Importance of Being Assertive posted at GreatFX Business Cards, saying, “Tips on how to be more assertive and, thus, be more successful in both your business and personal life.”
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