Here is a fresh 5 for Leadership for this beautiful fall day in October. Take some time between all of the football games and baseball playoff games to grow your leadership through these outstanding thought leaders.
“Do you consider yourself a leader? I’ve noticed that this basic question provokes a lot inside people.” This insightful post comes from Adrian Pei on his personal blog. Take a look at this post and other titles by Adrian.
“My week was not overwhelming due to a massive crisis hitting my life, though there are plenty of crises hitting our world these days. In fact, most of the various items hitting the schedule were extremely enjoyable taken individually. The overwhelming feeling simply came as the normal flow of life built up and a few added curveballs were thrown into the mix.” You will enjoy and identify with this very real post from Justin Irving–take a look.
“I’m live blogging from Catalyst Conference. Catalyst is a next-generation conference that embolden leaders from all over the world. The theme of Catalyst for 2015 is “Awaken the Wonder.” Wonder invites potential. Wonder provides vision. Wonder inspires. Wonder leads us to God. Guy Kawasaki is the chief evangelist of Canva, an online graphic design tool. He is the author of The Art of Start 2.0.” Paul Sohn does a great job of capturing insights from Catalyst–glean from his experience.
“Millennial Rick Lindquist is making his mark in the business world and enjoying the success of his co-authored 2014 bestseller book, The End of Employer-Provided Health Insurance. Lindquist, in his 30’s, is the President and CEO of Zane Benefits, Inc. Today, he kindly answered questions about leadership, mentors, his book, and Millennials in the workplace.” This post comes from Eric Jacob’s blog and is incredibly insightful.
Joseph LaLonde has also been blogging from the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta. He captures the essence of this important message from Erwin McManus about capturing the wonder. Every leader should read this.
There are the 5 for this week. Pass this post on so others may benefit from this crossroad of leaders and ideas.