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In January of 2013 we released our list of the Top 30 Socially-Shared Leadership Blogs. We went through a quite a process to find these top 30 blogs. We know that it wasn’t a perfect process as we were later told that we missed some great blogs that probably would have qualified. In response to your feedback, we’ve taken that effort one step further.
The research we did to find the Top 30 actually produced a list of 86 leadership blogs. So we decided to highlight the next 30 in our list. We’re calling them the 30 “Hidden Gem” Leadership Blogs.
Although these blogs had fewer social shares than the top 30, we think they are worth looking at and following. The social share data were pulled between December 5th and 7th of 2012. Here is the list of “Hidden Gems:”
|Rank||Blog Name|| # of
|2||Dan Black on Leadership||39||164||99||37||341||5||0||78||724|
|4||First Friday Book Synopsis||86||8||88||7||491||9||2||45||650|
|6||Dan Hawkins Leadership||7||219||176||34||131||27||0||6||593|
|8||The Rainmaker Group||36||16||54||2||269||43||1||140||525|
|11||Lead on Purpose||12||10||49||1||271||4||0||128||463|
|14||The Leadership Hub||47||5||120||1||225||33||0||20||404|
|15||Leadership Watch – Aad Boot||3||1||14||0||267||9||1||101||393|
|17||All Things Workplace||5||3||20||0||255||11||3||71||363|
|18||Bret L. Simmons||6||28||28||7||205||3||0||49||320|
|20||Leadership with Sass||23||102||65||37||85||1||0||11||301|
|21||TT Mitchell Consulting||27||17||34||16||162||11||0||51||291|
|24||Modern Servant Leader||15||20||44||3||122||1||3||27||220|
|27||CMOE – Leadership in Action||22||7||6||0||42||7||46||102||210|
|30||David K. Hurst||13||8||18||0||14||0||0||131||171|
Use this customized Google search to find what you need from the ‘hidden gem’ leadership blogs. It will search only these blogs for results. Enjoy!
If you have suggestions or know of a blog that you feel should be considered in future lists, please tell us by emailing info [at] cmoe.com.
“A genuine leaders is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.”~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
“Courageous leaders inspire innovation and challenge others to take risks.”
“Organization success comes through the courage and willingness of leaders to invest the time and energy to enable others to reach their potential and in turn help the organization achieve its vision.”~ Steven J. Stowell, Ph.D.
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