Online resources for leaders and wannabe leaders are quite extensive these days. We are witnessing the democratization of leadership, making the "servant leader" even more possible. Everyone can become a leader (as well as an effective follower) by learning about leadership when and where it is most convenient and applicable.
But it's not easy to find Web links that have been screened for quality and topics. Masters in Leadership has put together 100 Exemplary Sites for Future Leaders. And I have the honor of having my blog included in that list.
One of the very useful features of the list is the categorization of topics. These include:
- Leadership Coaching
- Team Building
- Business Leadership
- Women in Leadership
- General Leadership
While Masters in Leadership has created an excellent resource, that has something for everybody, as with any best-of list, each of us can think of people and organizations that we would have included. For example, I would have selected the sites of Wally Bock and John Baldoni for a hundred-best list. I hope Masters in Leadership continues to monitor the sites on their list and remove and add links as these Web-based sources of information change over time.