The internet is a wonderful thing. It provides us with boundless resources on any topic you can conceive all available with the press of a finger. However, this is just as much a curse as it is a blessing, because with boundless information comes the burden of sifting through irrelevant, poorly written, and dishonest content until you find what you’re looking for. That’s why I’d like to make your lives (a little bit) easier by sharing a few of my favorite blogs that cover the topic of leadership. While this is only one subject and there are millions out there for which I cannot offer any assistance, leadership is something about which I am very passionate and well-informed. If you are interested in reading more about leadership, check out a few of the blogs on leadership that I regularly like to read!
- Great Leadership
- If you’re looking for a go-to resource for information and opinions regarding leadership and management, Great Leadership is your answer. The blog was created by leadership development expert Dan McCarthy who sought to share his 20+ years’ worth of knowledge with other, aspiring leaders. For the past two years, he has earned the honor of being named among the Top 10 Digital Influencers in Leadership. His expertise makes for one informative read.
- Michael Hyatt
- If you’re a leader who feels consistently pulled in two directions by work and home, Michael Hyatt has some solutions for you. His blog is chock full of topics ranging from how to be more energetic as a leader to how to course correct when you’ve erred professionally, which provides leaders with some great insight into specific situations.
- Leadership Now
- At Leadership Now, they’re seeking to change the narrative that “leaders” are people we only see in professional settings to one where leadership in all its forms is recognized and celebrated. The site is run by Michael McKinney, who wants to tear down the notion that the only people who can lead are figures of authority, and his blog offers tips on how to look outside the context of yourself and lead those around you.
- Extreme Leadership
- Extreme Leadership is run by Steve Farber who firmly believes that leadership has nothing to do with your position by rather is entirely dependent on the way you live your life in the day-to-day. His blog addresses topics like company culture, how to value employees, and even advice on public speaking.