Welcome to the July 18, 2007 edition of carnival of leadership development. I love helping others achieve their potential - here is this months carnival to help you develop your thinking.
Ruby presents 7 Things About Success That You Can Learn From Steve Jobs posted at Advice and Rants.
Tupelo Kenyon presents Communication – Friend or Foe posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "Leadership skills lean heavily on communication skills. Here's an insightful look at communication from an unusual vantage point."
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."
Jack Yoest presents How to Manage a Sales Call posted at Yoest.comOr may be anytime. Especially for Your Business Blogger. Recently I worked with a client selling to a significant account. Before we entered the customer’s office, I reminded my client-sales guy of my role,"
Cade Krueger presents 3 Questions To Make Your Business Enjoyable And Durable posted at Write To Right.
Jason Rakowski presents Humor in Customer Service and How It Can Help Your Business posted at Learn Good Customer Service, saying, "Your job is to sell something, not put on a clown act. How does humor fit into customer service?"
Brad Trnavsky presents Are YOU LinkedIn? posted at Brad M. Trnavsky - Sales & Management Blogger, saying, "A short article about the power of social networking, what it is, and how to use it for maintaining current relationships and developing new ones."
Ivan Rios presents The Art of Leading / 5 Steps to Successful Leading posted at artofleading.net.
Jack Yoest presents Management Training: The Collected Sayings of Benjamin Franklin?s Grandfather posted at Yoest.com“It’s hell to work for a nervous boss — especially when you are the one who is making him nervous.”"
Warren Wong presents How Much Money Is Integrity Worth? posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, "How much money is your integrity worth? Here's why integrity is your most valuable commodity."
Alvaro Fernandez presents Working Memory Training from a pediatrician perspective, focused on attention deficits posted at SharpBrains, saying, "An interview with one of the pioneers of working memory training, a key skill for setting goals and executing them."
Lori Prokop, Blog Manager presents Sales Training: How Not to Conduct a Sales Meeting posted at J Mark Walker - Sales Training, saying, "J Mark Walker gives great tips on how NOT to conduct a Sales Meeting and additional tips on how to have a great sales meeting with your team."
Sue Massey presents Leadership - Managing Time For Maximum Profit posted at Business Management Life, saying, "In this article I'll tell you some ways to focus on what is important to maximize your profit in your business"
Chris Russell presents Turning Coal into Diamonds: A Case Study on Customer Complaint Tracking posted at Productivity Planner, saying, "In order to reach the goal of fully utilizing customer feedback, a more comprehensive system for managing customer complaints is needed."
David Gross presents Moral Courage posted at The Picket Line, saying, "Rushworth Kidder tries to define and develop moral courage in his book on the subject, "Moral Courage", but a whiff of sycophancy comes off the pages and spoils the project."
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