5 For Leadership (7/7/12)

July 7, 2012 — 5 Comments

Here are my latest findings for the 2nd week in July.

Need Volunteers?  This is a very handy post from Kim Martinez on the Deep Imprints blog for church leaders.  Kim provides a clear four step process to increasing your volunteerism.  A must read.

25 Most Popular Team Building & Leadership Posts  Well, you can tell by the title that this is a goldmine of resources from the Team Learning blog.  All the posts were written by Michael Cardus and there are several that I think you will be interested in.

Why Human Resources Must Address Social Media In Business  This is a good info graphic about the use of social media and some of the HR implications.  It is insightful and worth a look.  It comes from the Management Is A Journey blog.

Narcissism: The Difference Between High Achievers and Leaders  We often talk about leaders at risk.  We know of leaders who shoot up like a rocket and fall like a rock.  This is an insightful post from Justin Menkes on the Harvard Business Review blog.  There are some great evaluative questions embedded in this one that are worth the read.  There are also some good tips on helping leaders avoid this path.

Francis Chan: Why It’s So Easy For Leaders To Fake It  The final offering comes from Francis Chan and is a great read for any Christian leader.  Chan offers three reasons we can settle for less as we try and to live the image without the substance.

There are the 5 for this week.  I hope you are staying cool where you are-because we are burning up here in Austin, TX.  Lead well!

Gary Runn

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5 responses to 5 For Leadership (7/7/12)

  1. Thanks for the mention. It is appreciated.

  2. Thanks for the mention Gary. Love your site.

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