5 for Leadership (9/28/12)

Unknown5 for Leadership this week includes a couple of new authors and some tried and true thought leaders.  Take a look at what grabs your attention and be challenged.

16 Things Successful Leaders Never Do  Here is another great post from the leadership freak, Dan Rockwell.  This post is a quick read, but will cause you to reflect, as Dan provides a great list of things worthy of your consideration.  These are character issues!

Leadership Perspectives: Inspiring Others  This comes from the Lead Change Group blog.  This post will also cause you to think carefully about character based leadership.  Georgia Feiste provides eight great qualities that she admires in others and bring inspiration to others.  You will see things that you are already doing (but could maybe do better) and things that you may not be doing, but would like to master.

Leadership Lessons From The NFL Replacement Officials  OK, the regular NFL referees are back–finally.  But this post is worth reading before you forget the craziness of the replacement refs.  This comes from Kevin Eikenberry on the Leadership & Learning blog.  Kevin has noted several overlap principles between the NFL referee debacle and other facets of leadership.  Take a look and draw your own conclusions.

7 Thoughts On Creating Unity  I found this on the ChurchLeaders.com blog.  This is vintage Ron Edmondson and I wanted to give you the link because I recently wrote on team unity as well.  This will give you another perspective on the subject and keep your thinking stimulated on this important topic.

Advice For Writers  This coms from Tim Stevens who is the Executive Pastor at Granger Community Church in Granger, IN.  Tim, as an author himself, provides 10 “Do Not’s” when it comes to writing a book.  I know many Christian leaders consider writing–this will give you some very practical tips as you do so.

There are the 5 for this week.  Lead well!

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