May 12, 2007

Carnival of Leadership Development Wow, the blog carnival had almost 60 submissions! Here are a selection that will help you in building your career and your personal brand. John Wesley presents Why Believe the Simple Truth When Lies are more Appealing? posted at Pick the Brain. Stephanie West Allen presents Self-leadership lessons from Leonardo DiCaprio posted at idealawg. MabelandHarry presents Demand the very Best posted at MabelandHarry CA presents Who is the small business CEO answerable to? posted at Atlantic Canada's Small Business Blog David presents Just Change Your Mind posted at The Alexander Report, saying, "Businesses make enormous investments of time and money. Yet, at the end, not much changes. What happens?" Thom Singer presents Honor Your Business Networking Appointments posted at SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED. Sam presents Marketing Sizzlers! The Next Big Thing in Marketing! posted at Surfer Sam and Friends. Erik Milligan presents Thinking Through Problem Solving posted at Empowerment. Billy Smith presents San Antonio Spurs on Team Building and Leadership posted at The Organic Leadership Blog. Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Exercise for the Frontal lobes: McKinsey posted at SharpBrains, saying, "Can your job be a brain gym?" Charles H. Green presents Corporate Fear and Performance Anxiety posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Most corporate employees live in fear and are afraid to speak up. Does that say something about how we've been leading them?" edithyeung presents The Fork in the Road posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act.. Wanda Grindstaff presents Prosperity and Abundance is Your Birthright - Living with Intent posted at Creating Abundant Lifestyles. Debra Moorhead presents The Motivational Trick that Works – EVERY Time posted at Debra Brandon Peele presents Marketing: The Authenticity Fallacy posted at GT. Craig Harper presents War of the Mind posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, "If you're like many, then some days your mind is a war zone. Complete with the good guys (Mr glass-half-full) and the bad guys (Mr stay-in-bed-you-loser) fighting for your attention; your thoughts. Competing for valuable territory on your cerebral landscape." Women in Podcasting presents Podcasting and Business Alvaro Fernandez presents "Tis better to give than receive": oxytocin and dopamine posted at SharpBrains Charles H. Green presents Working and Feeling Good posted at Trust Matters Jack Yoest presents Managing Management Time: Harvard's Monkey Paper by Oncken posted at Reasoned AudacityThe Three Second Rule The Monkey on Your Back The Monkey on Your Back? Managers 'round the world recognize this expression as the situation where an individual has the next move in an assignment." Marcy Nala presents Believe and Succeed posted at The Abundant Life. wilson ng presents Choose your Battles posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife Stephanie West Allen presents Decrease snake consent: Soon those workplace jerks will look kind of silly posted at idealawg. Debra Moorhead presents My Simply Successful Secrets posted at Debra Erek Ostrowski presents Creating a Culture of Productivity and Success posted at Verve Coaching. almomento presents 9 Ways To Incorporate Win-Win Philosophy Into Your Business posted at BurstCreativity. Shama Hyder presents...

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