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Our good friend Dan McCarthy has published his fourth edition of the Leadership Development Carnival.  This month’s theme is devoted to National Bosses Day (October 16th).  Although Dan isn’t sure if a gift would demonstrate gratitude or groveling, he’s assembled some fantastic posts to help you wrestle with the leaders in your life:

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“We’ll start off with Amazing Things Are Happening Here! posted at Michael Lee Stallard. I’ve just exchanged blogroll links with Michael and really like what he has to say.

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Next up is Steve Roesler, award winning leadership and talent management blogger, presenting How To Reduce Your Influence In A Few Easy Words posted at All Things Workplace.

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Mary Jo Asmus makes it to the featured post list this month with Hit the Pause Button posted at Intentional Leadership.

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Another newcomer, who I just started reading, is Prem Rao, with 7 Things Leadership Isn’t About posted at People at Work & Play.

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Art Petty writes a nice piece on the fine line between leadership arrogance and confidence, with The Hubris of Leaders posted at Art Petty on Management.

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I always enjoy reading what Nina Simosko has to say on the topic of leadership. Here she gives us Leadership Is About Skills Not Gender posted at”

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So channel your inner Steve Carell and decide if you’d rather be Michael Scott (The Office) or Dan Burns (Dan in Real Office).  Let’s keep the conversation going.

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