10 Leadership Blogs You Should Be Reading

Are you looking for great leadership resources?  Scott and Maureen Helfrich along with the team at www.studentlifeguru.com have put together a great list of resources for its readers.  I wanted to pass that information along to you.  Here’s the article.  Check out who is #9!

@Studentlifeguru has been following #Leadership for nearly a year.  Below is a listing of the Top 10 Tweeters of quality leadership resources:

1. @LeadershipNow – Michael McKinney from Pasadena, CA posts great leadership insight, quotes, articles and resources. Profile: Lead From Where You Are. LeadershipNow works to build leaders at all levels and in all contexts. http://www.leadershipnow.com

2. @TheLeaderLab – With over 10,000 followers, LeaderLab prides itself in the advancement of leadership theory and practice. Profile: LeaderLab is a community of resources dedicated to the advancement of leadership theory. http://theleaderlab.org

3. @LeaderInfluence – LeaderInfluence is hosting an online event by posting video of 30 influential leaders for you to view for free. Profile: LEADERSHIP & INFLUENCE SUMMIT. A free online event. 30+ Leading Experts Share Strategies on How To Maximize Leadership and Influence Effectiveness. http://www.LeadershipAndInfluenceSummit.com

4. @LeadershipFreak – Dan Rockwell is the face behind LeadershipFreak and hosts a comprehensive blog that covers leadership topics ranging from conflict resolution to personal growth. Profile: Blogger, committed to helping leaders reach higher in 300 words or less. Connecting, listening, learning. MBA-Happily married. http://www.leadershipfreak.wordpress.com

5. @DrJohnMcGinn – Dr. John McGinn publishes a free newsletter, and as an incentive for signing up for his newsletter, you can receive a free e-book entitled “How to Build Self-Esteem.” Profile: Executive Coach, Leadership Consultant: Helping others achieve a more compelling, goal-oriented life, filled with significance and success. http://drjohnmcginn.com

6. @JohnCMaxwell – John C. Maxwell is one of foremost authorities on leadership on the globe. He is most well-known for his books, including The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow Them and People Will Follow You and The 360 Degree Leader: Developing Your Influence from Anywhere in the Organization. Profile: Bestselling author & speaker on leadership. Christian. Blogger. World traveler. Assisted here by Stephanie Wetzel (SW) admin@johnmaxwellonleadership.com http://johnmaxwellonleadership.com

7. @LeaderTalk – LeaderTalk is an awesome leadership blog  hosted by Mountain State University’s School of Leadership & Professional Development in Beckley, WV. They offer advice and free resources that you’ll find helpful! Profile: Mountain State University’s leadership blog. http://leadertalk.mountainstate.edu

8. @simonsinek – Simon Sinek hails from New York and offers insightful nuggets of information that are thought-provoking and useful in working with and leading people. Profile: To run and jump and laugh and cry and love and hope and imagine…to experience as much as I can all for one purpose: to inspire. http://www.simonsinek.com

9. @BrianKDodd – Brian Dodd is from Woodstock, GA and has an interesting and neat spin on leadership with a religious flair and a penchant for sports and pop culture. Profile: Brian Dodd is a church stewardship & leadership consultant. http://www.briandoddonleadership.com

10. @Nunavut_Teacher – Our friend from the Great White North (Nunavut, Canada) is a dedicated educator. I contend that leaders are teachers, and Brian offers great Tweets that any leader can benefit from! Profile: 9th Grade Teacher, thinker, change advocate, idea man, guitar man, technology guy, self-directed learner, adding creativity into everything I do. http://nunavutteacher.blogspot.com/

That’s a great list and I read many of those sites as well.  Here are three additional leadership posts I highly recommend.

Let us know what great leadership resources you are using and we will add them to the list. 

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About Brian Dodd on Leadership

I am a church stewardship and leadership consultant for INJOY Stewardship Solutions. This blog combines my personal passions of church, sports, pop culture and family into a single leadership resource. I trust your time on this site will create conversations and add value to your life.

14 Responses to “10 Leadership Blogs You Should Be Reading”

  1. Thank you so much, wonderful job! Just the stuff I needed.

  2. I agree, thanks for posting this..

  3. josephfrancia @BrianKDodd thanks for sharing the list

  4. Brian – Thanks for a great list. For some additional great leadership blogs, see our currentevent to select the Best Leadership Blog of 2010 – http://blog.kevineikenberry.com/leadership/what-is-the-best-leadership-blog-of-2010/, which is being hosted on my blog, which I’d love on your list in the future too!


    Keep up the great work!

    Kevin 🙂

  5. Very useful! You’ve saved me, and I’m sure many others, hours of research. Well done.

  6. I would also include @ServingStrong. His blog is http://servingstrong.typepad.com

    Scott has a way of encouraging leaders and pastors.

  7. Wow, Brian, I’m totally honored to be listed with such powerful sites! You are a great encourager to me and to many leaders. I’m gonna have to check out some of the ones I’ve not seen before.

    Thanks much!

  8. NYC_CoachO RT @BrianKDodd: 10 Leadership Blogs You Should Be Reading: http://wp.me/pVReH-Ak (good list Brian especially #9)


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