21 March 2012

What I'm Reading

  • Leadership lessons from James T. Kirk.
  • Fundraising with a recalcitrant board? Great ideas for things they can do to support your efforts without having to make the ask themselves.
  • Recapture your lost community members.
  • Five things to say to your colleagues TODAY.
  • The loss of the 40 hour work week is killing us.
  • Building an integrated communications strategy.
  • On that topic, what is strategy anyway?
  • Great advice from the SocialFish for FB Timelines for organizations.
  • Why do top people leave organizations? BAD MANAGEMENT (really, really, really)
  • Shelly Alcorn points out that Maybe It's You.
  • Joe Gerstandt discusses the pathology of privilege.
  • My mother-in-law likes to get me subscriptions as gifts. I used to request fashion magazines, but after picking up a few newsstand issues to keep me company on recent flights, I asked her to switch to the New Yorker for this year. LOVE!
  • I'm also re-reading Barbara Ehrenreich's Dancing in the Streets. It's a fantastic study that gets at one of the possible sources of some of our modern malaise and what we might be able to do about it.


David M. Patt, CAE said...

I love your "What I'm Reading" posts. They lead me to articles and posts I wouldn't have found on my own.

So, I'll start checking with you for interesting thoughts and ideas before I launch my own searches.

Anonymous said...

Thanks David - I do try to find stuff that hopefully will be new to at least some of my readers - glad to know it's working!