5 for Leadership this week includes thoughts on a new leadership book review, the nature of success, leadership identity, a Christian leadership profile, and teamwork. I think this is one of the best group of posts I have had in awhile. Take a look!
5 Ways Leaders Can Reclaim Their Identity Glenn Llopis does a great job of defining the problem of career identity crisis in the 21st century global market place. He offers five ways you can get back your leadership identity to be a more effective and confident leader.
Silver Bullet Thinking You may have missed this post from Michael Hyatt. “In my experience, success is rarely the result of one singular action or break-through. Instead, it is the result of hundreds, if not thousands, of incremental improvements over time.” Michael offers up four keys to success in the current environment.
Are You Stuck In A Sheep Cyclone? Here is a fascinating post from the Survive Your Promotion blog. Katy offers up two short videos to highlight teamwork and collaboration at its best and worst. She concludes with some salient points about how to identify the cyclone and how to get unstuck.
Leaders Open Doors This is a book review found on the Linked 2 Leadership blog. Tom Schulte states, “The premise of the book is that a simply selfless approach to leadership that has one opening doors and creating opportunities for others is the jackpot mentality to effective leadership.” Take a look to get an even better feel for this new book.
Henrietta Mears: Still Influencing The World for Christ This comes from JudyDouglass.com and is a guest post by Andrea Madden. This final offering is a leader profile. “Urgency from a sense of divine call created a sense of destiny and an air of expectancy that was contagious. People want to follow people who know where they are going and why. Henrietta Mears had answers to both questions.” Mears has been described as one of the most influential Christian leaders of the 20th century. Find out why.
There are the 5 for this week!