Talking with readers about our previous controversial post, many are still inspired to set effective goals for 2019. The word that matters most in that sentence, is ‘inspired’. What seems to make the difference between those for whom goals work, is personal relevance & inspiration. Across a year there will be setbacks (foreseeable & unexpected). You need goals that clearly connect to a personal “Why?” for you as a leader… Read More
Setting goals is so 2018. That’s the controversial proposition of guest blogger, Tony Boobier. Read why & where he thinks you should focus to survive 2019.
As we continue our month focussed on lessons learnt by leaders, from experience, I’ve found 3 reasons to read more widely. Thanks for guest bloggers, Tony Boobier & Annette Franz who has already shared their lessons learnt. In addition to that, you’ve had opportunity to hear about the experience of Norma Dove-Edwin, Martin Squires and Jason Bartram in our audio interviews. More of them to come this year. Having already.. Read More
Many thanks to all off you, who participated in our latest poll. Here are the initial results on which book helped you develop as a leader. It has been fascinating (and a little sobering) to see so many visitor recommended books. Only 3 of the books I’ve previously reviewed for this blog, received any votes. In the shortlist below, those are “Leadership Pipeline“, “The Leaders Guide to Storytelling” and “7.. Read More
Given the interest in our post on note taking when reading, I’ll now explore podcasts to help you find your next favourite book. During reviewing “7 Habits of highly effective people”, I recommended not overlooking classics. Leadership books that have stood the test of time. That advice still stands, but should not preclude also keeping a weather eye on new writers or books. To help you address contemporary issues, or just.. Read More
Before continuing with more book reviews, it makes sense to hear which book has helped you develop most. As a site dedicated to customer insight leadership, we want to focus on those resources that help you. As you look back at your leadership career, which book has helped you develop most, as a leader?
Let’s return to Weology and the challenges the author, Peter Aceto, faced in changing culture. It has been great to hear that many of you have found our month focussed on books to be helpful & are reading more. A number of our regular guest bloggers have been joining you, so expect more book review blog posts to extend beyond this month. As Michael Hyatt is fond of saying, “a.. Read More