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Top 5 blog posts of the month
We here at Linkage Blog HQ are constantly striving to deliver leadership insights that will help our subscribers (16,000 and counting!) be better leaders. And we use Google analytics to see which posts resonate the most (and to determine which Linkage consultant earns our unofficial “Blogger of the Month” award too).
All of our consultants and Institute faculty love sharing their knowledge, and the data shows we’re on the right track. But we’re always looking to improve, so we’ll continue to publish posts that provide specific information and tips that will help you be a better leader, and we’re open to requests too. If you have a specific question or a topic you’d like to learn more about, please leave it in the comments section of this post, or send us an email. We promise to answer any and all requests.
In the meantime, we’re pleased to announce that Senior Consultant Adam Rothberg has claimed the “Blogger of the Month” title for his post about moving up the leadership ladder. Check out the valuable lesson in his blog as well as the rest of the Top 5 listed below.
1. Less doing, more leading By Adam Rothberg
Use these tools and techniques on a regular basis to improve both time management and strategic thinking competencies.
2. The power of people-first leadership By Wesley Dorsett
People-first leadership is powerful enough to make an army of employees walk off the job, boycott, and jeopardize their very well-being in order to demand that their leader be reinstated.
The leadership insights Warren Bennis uncovered during his long and fruitful career were significant and profound.
4. What’s emotional intelligence got to do with it? By Marty Jordan
Learn how IQ gets you hired but emotional intelligence gets you promoted.
5. 8 ways to improve as a leader right now (video) By Marshall Goldsmith
Learn eight specific things you can do to improve your leadership skills right now.
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