Top 5 Leadership & Culture Posts This Month

By Guest Post

Whether you’re running a startup or trying to keep up with a team of 10,000 employees, balancing leadership and culture can be difficult. That’s why so many of us are writing about our experiences and thoughts. In order to keep up with all of the great content that’s out there, we decided to put together a reading list for the month of October. And hey, we thought you might want to check it out too!

Without further ado, here’s our list of leadership and culture content you absolutely cannot afford to miss this month.

1. The Person They’ll Become

By Jason Fried
If you’re hiring now or will be hiring soon, this is a must-read. Jason takes on an age-old debate: Do you hire the experienced and proven or do you hire the inexperienced and passionate? Find out how Jason hires based on potential and how you can too.

2. How to Be Less Stressed, More Patient and Better Than Perfect

By Kate Stull
Many of us wear our exhaustion and stress as a badge of honor. Does that sound familiar? Kate presents the ultimate guide to battling stress, impatience and perfectionism. It’s all about perspective.

3. Most People Won’t

By Bryce Roberts
You’ve likely read that we’re experiencing an entrepreneurial boom. Sure, many people will talk about quitting their jobs, starting or joining a startup, and sticking it out for the long haul. In reality? Most people won’t. Find out why that matters.

4. My Employees Reviewed Me, And I Kind Of Suck

By Greg Hoy
What do your employees really think of you and your leadership style? One entrepreneur was brave enough to find out. Greg talks about what it was like learning that some people on his team are scared of him and what he’s going to do about it.

5. The Myth of Passion and Motivation: How to Stay Focused When You Get Bored Working Toward Your Goals

By James Clear
Leaders and employees alike know the feeling. What happens when you follow your passion and you, well, run out of passion? James wrote the complete guide to staying focused and digging in when you’re just plain tired of working towards your goals.

What was your favorite leadership or culture post in October? Leave us a comment below!


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