As I mentioned earlier this week, 2012 has been a wonderful year for the Thoughts for the Everyday Leader blog with visitors from 57 different countries. There’s more to come in 2013, but in the meantime, here are the top 10 posts from 2012.
Apparently many folks have either been starting new jobs or preparing for new employees to join them because this post quickly became the most viewed post on the site.
Who doesn’t love a good book list? This post continues to get new visitors nearly every day. Each book includes an outgoing link to check it out on Amazon.
I had so much fun working on this that I had to write about it.
I still believe that if you give employees what they want most, they’ll give you everything they have in return. Here are some tips on how to do that.
This was the very first post of this site – a short idea, but one I have been committed to for quite some time.
Did you get to see Fearless Felix’ dive from 128,000 feet in October? If not, relive both the event and the life-lessons.
Tragedy impacts every leader at some level over the course of a lifetime. From the words of the psychologists to the survivors of the PanAm flight 73 hijacking, “you have the power to overcome.”
Corporate America is investing more and more money and effort into official individual development planning programs. Here are the IDP basics.
This post highlights the leadership lessons I’ve learned about courage both in the military and consulting national security and intelligence agencies. Courage isn’t for the special few, it’s for everyone. We need courage now more than ever.
Where do you start when you get into a leadership conversation? This is what I do.
Nathan Magnuson is a leadership consultant, coach, trainer and thought leader. Receive his ebook Trusted Leadership Advisor by subscribing to his website or follow him on Twitter.