The internet is a busy place. So, we’ve pulled some interesting articles, tweets, and other information about leadership from the past few weeks to help keep you motivated and inspired.
8 Tips for Finding Focus and Nixing Distractions
“Putting out fires and dealing with lesser issues can pull people away from longer-term goals. But if that happens every day, chances are you won’t be in business much longer.” Read more.
The Value in Failing a Little Every Day
“Taking the time to learn from your daily failures (no matter how small) is important to avoid repeating them and in learning how to circumvent the big failures.” Read more.
SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership
What Would Winston Do?
“In 1940, a war-weary Britain was on the verge of capitulation. Here’s how Churchill turned it around–and what it means for you.” Read more.
Making Sure ‘Busy’ Doesn’t Lead to Burnout
“How can you tame all-consuming work demands without burning out?” Read more.
The Wall Street Journal Online
Tell-Tale Signs Your Employee is Overworked [INFOGRAPHIC]
“A recent Gallup poll indicates that on-the-job pressure is the top reason for employee dissatisfaction in the American workforce, and nearly half of American workers say their job is “very or extremely stressful.” Read more.
Have you heard any great nuggets of leadership wisdom over the past couple weeks? Share them in the comments section below!