Both the HR and Leadership Development Carnivals are up!
Posted by Mark Bennett on August 11, 2010
Both the new Carnival of HR at Humor That Works and Leadership Development Carnival at Fail Spectacularly! are up. They both have a terrific amount of excellent content and it’s worth it to spend some time in each to enrich your thinking on both Talent and Leadership.
Drew Tarvin over at Humor That Works has assembled over 25 contributed posts on a huge range of HR topics and has written a humorous comment for each, so check it out. Some notable posts include:
- Laura Schroeder’s Teamwork or Talent?
- Dan McCarthy‘s Leadership Development: Executive Self-Assessment
- Steve Boese‘s Infinite Choice
- Mark Stelzner‘s The Art of Saying No
- Tanmay Vora‘s Connecting, Building Relationships and Team Success
Jason Seiden over at Fail Spectacularly! has gathered together over 30 posts contributed from all over the leadership community. It’s worth your time to look them over and follow the links on the ones that catch your eye. Some notable posts include:
- Wally Bock‘s Be the boss, but don’t be a jerk. Read this post as it also links to some other excellent posts (including Mike Henry‘s) referring to the same topic article.
- Art Petty‘s The Triple Threat to Good Decisions: Data, Time and Emotion.
- Dan McCarthy‘s Defensive Driving for Leaders: Watch Out for Your Blind Spots.
- Germane Insight‘s Leading Change: Lessons from the Sandbox.
- Laura Schroeder‘s Are High Performers the Worst Managers?
Both of these carnivals offer a terrific opportunity for you to get a great sample of a variety of perspectives, thinking, and just plain good writing. Who knows? Maybe you’ll discover a great blog you never heard of before.