2015 – A Year in Review

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As I conclude my second year of blogging I wanted to reflect on the topics that interested you, my readers. In fact, many of my musings are inspired by you – so thanks!

Here are three of your favorite posts from 2015 and one of mine!

  1. The Best Jobs for All 16 Myers-Briggs Personality Types. This simple infographic is a wonderful reminder about the enduring truth of Socrates ancient advice – know thyself!
  2. Four things Star Wars Teaches Us About Cross-Cultural Leadership. This excellent post by one of my students will teach you The Chewie Principle, The Jar Jar Lesson, The Ewok Strategy and The Yoda Factor.
  3. 19,739 Definitions of Leadership (or Baking a Cake with One Ingredient). This article reminds us of the wonderful complexity of leadership – one which defies simplistic definitions!
  4. The WOW Factor: Increasing Employee EngagementThe Blue Jays Manager, John Gibbons, teaches us a valuable lesson about leading others.

As I look at the above list I realize that the most read content is re-purposed ideas from others. In fact, this is a wonderful lesson to close the year with! Most of my (and your) moments of brilliance are found in the DNA of others ideas! Here’s to many more re-purposed ideas in the year ahead!

Happy New Year!


 

Head ShotDr. Jeff Suderman is an educator, futurist, consultant and pracademic who works in the field of organizational development. He partners with clients to improve culture, leadership, teamwork, organizational alignment, strategy and organizational future-readiness. He resides in Palm Desert, California. Twitter: @jlsuderman

 

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