My Top 20 Favorite Leadership Posts Of 2010

Merry Christmas everyone!  If you are sitting around these next couple of days looking for some good year-end reading material, the following are my Top 20 Favorite Leadership Posts Of 2010.  I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did bringing them to you.

  1. Ladies, How To Welcome A Man Home – By far my favorite post of the year.  This post captures everything that is good about a family.
  2. How To Impact Students: 10 Lessons From Summer Camp – These are leadership lessons taken from a week in my daughter’s life.
  3. How A Sunday School Teacher Changed My Life – This post resulted in one of my greatest joys of the year, returning to the church where I grew up to speak.
  4. 5 Best Practices Any Father Can Do – Being a husband and father is my most challenging leadership assignment because everyday I set precedent and send people forward to a time we cannot see.  This post equips men to face that challenge.
  5. What People Are Saying About Dysfunctional Families During The Holidays – I wrote this after returning from a family Thanksgiving event.  WordPress posted this on the Freshly Pressed home page.
  6. 20 Insights For Leaders Who Want To Transform Their Communities – This post came from a conference I helped put on with Mike Linch and NorthStar Church.  I’ll never forget that day.
  7. The Best Leadership Advice I Ever Heard is perfect reading for husbands.
  8. He Is The Most Uninteresting Man In The World is a celebration of ordinary people.
  9. 65 Characteristics Of Alpha Male Leadership was written after reading the book Meat Market.
  10. The 11 Greatest Fears Of Men In Their 40s really struck a nerve with men everywhere. 
  11. How To Change Your World, How To Change The World was not widely read but I think is the key to maximizing those on your team.
  12. Leadership From A Firehose comes from one of my favorite sermons of the year.
  13. The Type Of Leader That Turns God’s Head was written while I was in Anderson, SC.  It is a composite study of one of the most general people I know, Joe Sangl of I Was Broke Now I’m Not.
  14. The Leader I Long To Be was written during a moment of very transparent self-reflection.
  15. 10 Leadership Blogs You Should Be Reading was a great honor for me.  This is a re-post from www.studentlifeguru.com who voted this the 9th best leadership site on the web.
  16. 16 Leadership Principles and Quotes From Secretariat – I’ve written several movie reviews.  This was my favorite movie of the year.  “Let him run Ronnie!  Let him run!”
  17. Depression – Be On Guard was a great help to many people.  I’m really proud of this post.
  18. If Your Marriage Is Failing… – I have a huge burden for failing marriages.  Please read this and whatever you have to do, STAY MARRIED!!!!
  19. Everyone Has Tape On You and Other Leadership Lessons from Adalius Thomas – You may never know the impact that your leadership is having.  This post will put that into perspective.
  20. 10 Things That Wake Leaders Up At 2:00 AM – A good blog should solve issues that wake you up at 2:00 AM.  Thus the name of the post.

I look forward to sharing more with you in 2011 and getting your feedback.  If you haven’t subscribed to this site yet, I would love for you to do so.  Simply subscribe or click here.

Once again, Merry Christmas!

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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.

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