Top 10 Posts from 2013

December 30, 2013 — 3 Comments

It’s been another great year for the Everyday Leadership site. Visitors stopped by from nearly every country. 2013 featured a Leadership Profiles series and Powerful Questions series in addition to everyday leadership content. There’s a lot more to come in 2014 on a mostly bi-monthly schedule. Thanks for making it such a great year!

Here are the top 10 posts from 2013.

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What a Leadership Coach Won’t Do For You

If a leadership coach won’t solve your problems or tell you what you should do, what’s the point in having one? Read more to find out!

Who Cares About Your Strengths?

If you care about your own strengths, do something 8 million other leaders have done – take Gallup’s StrengthsFinder 2.0 assessment.

What People Want: 8 Things Money Can’t Buy

We all know that some things are priceless. But what are they exactly? Learn the 8 things Zig Ziglar identified that ALL people want.

What a Rock Star Taught Me About Perseverance

Whether you want to be a rock star, a better leader, or simply more successful, you’re getting nowhere without perseverance. This article was picked up by the Ziglar Newsletter and Personal Excellence Magazine.

What the Communist Party Got Right About Leadership

You probably already know what you think about Communism. What you may not know are the impressive leadership methods they used.

It Doesn’t Matter How Much You Care

Someone has a problem. You have a solution. You care. They don’t. So what do you do? Don’t be a hero. Take these 3 suggestions instead.

But What If I Can’t Delegate?

Just when we think we have delegation down, things fall apart. Isn’t there a way to manage a project without micro managing each person?

3 Simple Ways to Determine Hiring Fit

When was the last time you hired a new person to join your team? Did you find the right person? If not, use these questions next time.

Mentoring 101

Unless you know everything about everything, it might be a good idea to spend time with a mentor. Mentors help us go further faster.

The Main Reasons Strategic Planning Fails

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. So why doesn’t everyone have a strategic plan? Here are the reasons many strategic plans fail.

Nathan Magnuson is a leadership consultant, coach, trainer and thought leader.  Receive his new ebook Trusted Leadership Advisor by subscribing to his website  or follow him on Twitter.
  • http://danblackonleadership.com/ Dan Black

    Great posts, Nathan! Keep up the amazing work.

    • http://www.nathanmagnuson.com/ Nathan Magnuson

      Thank you, sir – you as well!

      • http://danblackonleadership.com/ Dan Black

        Your welcome:)