Leaders are not born, they are created. Whether coaching, taking professional development courses, or building through experience, leaders should take ample opportunity to hone their skills. Leaders need to continue to grow as individuals and professionals. One of the most effective ways to become a strong leader is to read management and leadership blogs from people who have the experience and knowledge to be effective teachers and practitioners.
When you’re under 30, not just Any Need to blog leadership.
You need a blog that can relate to your specific challenge. It defines your proper leadership style, handles or defines your individual daily challenges “Why,” Here are 13 leadership blogs that people under the age of 30 should read.
Under 30 CEO
Founded in 2008, Under30CEO aims to help every young entrepreneur on the planet find their passion and start a business that is both profitable and socially conscious. If it seems ambitious, it is. But, thanks to the daily blog posts that discuss career and leadership advice, up-to-date news for young leaders, and successful twenty-something advice, that mission seems more achievable. There is also a companion podcast and advice for leaders 30 and older.
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The thin difference
John Mertz and his colleagues use their blogs not only to empower and inspire leaders, but also to bring together different generations by sharing experiences, practices and insights. The blog welcomes citizens and a variety of conversations to help solve common problems that leaders are facing at any age.
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The pioneering path of Harvard Business Publishing
Whether you are a frontline or senior leader, you can get ideas and insights from various members of the Harvard Business School faculty, as well as some of the most talented writers at Harvard Business Review. Be sure to sign up for them Day management tip So you get an effective way to be a good manager right in your inbox.
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This is the personal blog of the New York Times bestseller “Platform: Get Notified in a Noisy World” and former chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers. Hyatt focuses on issues ranging from productivity to personal development to leadership. He hosts a weekly podcast called “Lead to Win”.
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Ask a manager
Alison Green started when she was the chief staff of a non-profit organization, ask the manager not your run-of-the-mill blog. Instead of simply writing about her experience or giving her advice, Alison invites readers to ask her questions about how to increase the level of coping with an irregular coworker. He answers real-world questions for anyone who has difficulty being a boss.
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Jane is a creative trainer in the UK who helps people create the space to become what they want to be. She helps you identify your strengths and values, tap into your best ideas, and find clarity and focus. On top of her blog, Jane has a podcast, a small book and classes on how to run a big business and live a creative life.
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The site, founded in 2013 by Nicole Booz and Gina Oursler, is specifically designed to help you define your goals in twenty things, find their passions, and learn how to “adult” twenty things through real-world experience. It’s more than just a leadership blog that covers a wide range of topics that you need to be aware of.
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In 2009, Simon Sinek delivered his first TED talk that popularized his mantra, Why start with. That TED Talk became the third most viewed video on TED.com and Simon is now the best-selling author known for Why start with And Leaders eat the last. There is a complete site dedicated to optimistic leaders that helps individuals and organizations find their cause.
Although not a blog, Simon’s site has videos, tools and discovery courses to inspire and change the world.
Launched in 2010 by Dan Rockwell, who appeared on the Inc.com list of the top fifty leadership and management experts, Leadership Freak has blog posts that are short and to-the-point. Most of these posts are about 300 words, so the site’s slogan is, “Empowering leaders with 300 words at once.”
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Center for Creative Leadership
The Center for Creative Leadership is known for invaluable resources, such as tools for evaluating job seekers and leadership development courses. CCL also has a blog that addresses issues you can personally grow as a leader about how you can improve your organization based on the research they conduct.
Founded in 1980 by Michael McKinney to study “what he was learning about leadership, management, and personal development.” LeadershipNow is now an asset to go to leaders at all levels and in the field. The blog has everything from leadership advice to thought-provoking exercises, to book reviews.
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Lolly Daskal is a renowned coach, mentor and top thought leader best known for her mantra “Lead from within”. Thanks to Lolly, leaders have been able to achieve and improve through service and honesty. Dascal encourages leaders to develop new ideas and emphasizes the importance of teamwork.
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Tanvir Nasir is an award winning and leading author and keynote speaker. Her well-designed blog contains leadership advice and guidance, including book reviews and news. Nasir primarily focuses on how to improve communication processes so that you can hear what others are saying and be able to inspire your employees.
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