Effective leadership is something that people around the world are striving to accomplish. It can often be hard to discover leadership tactics on your own accord. Luckily, there have been many leaders before us, who have experimented and put in place, the most efficient tactics. As we all face challenges in our various leadership roles, it is comforting to know that we are not alone. Those who have chosen to express their opinions and strategies for leadership can often be blind to truly how much they are helping those to come after them. Here are some leadership focused blogs that should be on everyone’s radar.


Michael Hyatt

The former CEO of Thomas Nelson has been giving out advice and wisdom for years. Through his books and podcasts, Michael Hyatt has inspired thousands of people to live out their dream. His main focus is to give people the courage they need in order to succeed. The blog that he has created is known as the “Virtual Mentor” and he has proven time and time again that he knows his stuff when it comes to leadership. Running a large publishing company for so many years has allowed him to see which tactics can help someone truly thrive in this ever-changing world. The blogs have become so successful that he has been able to develop a full-fledged magazine to discuss various leadership topics and challenges. Check out Michael’s site here.


MIT Sloan School

One of the top-rated schools in the country has pushed out some of the best leaders through their Sloan School of Management. Some of the world’s most influential leaders have gone through the ranks at Sloan and their blog is truly proof of why. The online content provides insights an collective wisdom from some of the school’s most prestigious faculty and alumni. Through these blogs, developing leaders can learn about everything from innovation to the proper work-life balance. Even if you aren’t currently in a leadership role, the blog series can help set anyone up for pursuing future goals in a higher role.


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