The 7 Best Blog Posts on Leadership

The 7 Best Blog Posts on Leadership

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best blogs on leadershipAre you a leader or a follower? That question can only be answered if you choose to believe that the two are mutually exclusive. A follower can just as easily become a leader, as leadership resides in your attitude. Leaders have qualities that influence and inspire. Some believe leadership is about control and authority, however, true leadership leads not with demands or expectations, but with discovery, responsibility and potential. One important attribute to emphasize when discussing leadership is failure, many great leaders throughout history faced massive obstacles, yet have persevered, despite it. Leadership begins within you, its effects on others can create positive change by helping one realize their greatness. Here are 7  blogs that are helpful in releasing your own potential leader.

  1. “Character is the real foundation of everything worthwhile.” Lolly Daskall’s blog presents the concept of leading from within. To be able to lead others you must lead yourself through change, acknowledgement and taking risks. To lead others you must understand their needs and offer support to develop and cultivate their goals.

How Ordinary People Can Become Extraordinary Leaders

  1. This blog offers a path to introspection regarding leadership and growth. Using the mindfulness practice of ‘Mussar’ to find your promise as a leader. He offers us 3 traits that will set us on course: humility, patience and order.

3 Character Traits That Make You a Better Leader

  1. A blog that centers on the necessity for compassion and empathy in leadership values. He rounds up his top ten leadership lessons from his ten years of experience, such a doing the unexpected and avoiding inertia.

The Must-Dos: My 10 Most Enduring Leadership Lessons

  1. In 300 words or less, Dan Rockwell’s blog helps one navigate the terms that apply to leadership and highlights nuanced differences toward recognizing the authentic curiosity of a leader versus a manipulative one.

How Intense Curiosity About People Enhances Influence and Expands Leadership

  1. Ted Bauer’s blog is a very entertaining read, he manages to debunk the concept of ‘thought leaders’ as having anything much of value to add to ideas on leadership. It is refreshing and begs us to travel from the realm of the deliberation of thoughts and into the world of action.

So why aren’t thought leaders saving the world yet?

This blog is interesting in that it challenges the sex role stereotypes that permeate our lives, even in the subtlest of ways, believing that they indeed can inform how we think and act. As a leader, if these stereotypes are in fact always bubbling in our subconscious, can they hinder our success? The only way to eliminate them is to do some regular self-reflection when faced with these stereotypes .

Leadership Lessons Learned From the Playing Fields

A blog that helps us see the importance of a great story. Why does this matter for a leader? The answer is simple, no one is likely to resonate with anything that is devoid of emotion. Here we dive into the essence of great storytelling for presentations, etc.

Why Leaders Need To Be Great Storytellers

Leaders must first and foremost persevere. With the conscious effort to maintain long term vision through whatever may hold one back from persisting, leadership can thrive. There is no one right way to lead, still, there is one common trait, that is wanting to empower yourself and others. Leading is not the be all end all, one cannot force someone to do something by just pointing them in the right direction equipped with tools and inspiration, the motivation to act must also be present. Leadership is about sharing knowledge that can benefit others that are open to it, as is exemplified by this popular quote: “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.” 



  1. Interesting list – but only 1 from the UK (and he is also in Germany).

    I wonder why that is? Whilst the list is dominated by US bloggers (naturally – there are more of those) there are bloggers from other countries too.

    Are the Brits not blogging enough, or about the right things, or in the right way, or just not telling the world about it when they do blog? Are we too bashful to blog?!

    I’m really interested to hear views on this as I know there must be more great leadership thinkers and bloggers in the UK but somehow they are not getting known more widely.