Here's some of my writing on the web last week.
My Three Star Leadership Blog
3/7/10: Leadership Reading to Start Your Week
Here are five choice articles from the business schools, the business press and major consulting firms to start off your work week. I'm pointing you to articles about leadership, co-leadership, innovation, and Ford and GM in the wake of the Toyota recall.
Want better profitability, engagement, and turnover?
"First line supervisors are the key to productivity, engagement and reduced turnover. Maybe you should pay attention to them. "
Book Review: Simply Effective
This is the perfect book for you if you want to simplify things where you work. It will give you a well-crafted framework that will help you identify the causes of complexity and deal with them.
3/10/10: Midweek Look at the Independent Business Blogs
Every week I select five excellent posts from this week's independent business blogs. This week, I'm pointing you to posts on the name game, evaluations, tall poppy syndrome, understanding compensation on the front line, and video games go to work.
What Women Want (at Work)
Things have changed a lot for the better for women in the workplace since the 1950s, when my mother worked at an ad agency. They've changed since I started in business 40 years ago. They've gotten better, but they're not good enough.
My Posts at Momentor
Jack's Big Three
What struck me about Jack's Big Three is that they weren't about basic qualifications, what he called "all the usual things." They're about fit and ethics and work ethic, the things that drive success in a particular job or company.
3/11/10: Top Career Posts this Week
Every week I check dozens of “career” blogs and other online publications, looking for things that will help you find a job, get promoted, develop your skills, and keep everything in perspective and balance. Here’s the pick of the lot for this week. I’m pointing you to items about cover letters, going beyond the numbers, changing sectors, building a broad business network, and resources for job seekers
My free, email only Three Star Leadership Letter was on "The Linda Hudson Rule."
This week I'm writing promotional material for a book on business strategy, helping a successful consultant develop an information product, writing articles to enrich and promote a client's web site, and I'm writing blog posts for a client. I'm coaching a first-time author through the book writing process. What can I do for you?