Weekend Love, May Thirty

reading for leadershipHere are some of the great nuggets that I’ve found on the web recently. This handful of links takes you to tools or insightful content. Occasionally I’ll include one from my “save” file if it fits the mood.

As a direct sales coach, I often have a discussion with clients about working with two companies at the same time.  Naomi Dunford provides a well thought out answer to that questions when she says to Never Look Back.

I’m a visual learner and I even like to read for relaxation.  Michael Hyatt thinks there are Five Ways Reading Makes You a Better Leader.  What can I do but agree?

Love (or compassion) is a key social skill for working well with others.  Didn’t your teachers tell you that?  Susan Cramm provides an update when she writes about What’s Love Got to Do with Business.

I loved the title, 12 Pieces of Advice for Giving Talks That Have Impact and thought it was going to be a video.  It turns out to be a quick summary of a TedWomen session hosted by Courtney E. Martin called “The 19th Minute.”   It’s great advice to look up before you have to step in front of a group.

 

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Neil Phillips

I'm one of the lucky people who gets up every day loving what he does. I coach. I get to support people who want to take control of their future happiness and livelihood. I help them get the best out of what they have.

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