Two of the best blogs for getting business help

As business coaches and consultants, we’re often asked to share where to find good strategies, articles, and business help online. There’s a lot of bad advice out there. That’s why we’ve compiled a short-list of our two most trusted resources for blog post articles to share with our clients.

The Ken Blanchard Companies

Ken Blanchard is the author of The One Minute Manager and our coaches are certified facilitators through his company. There is nothing that they write that we don’t like.

In addition to Ken Blanchard’s own thoughts, the company has the following speciality blogs that are more than worth checking out.

•       Leader Chat
•       How We Lead
•       Why Lead Now
•       How Gov Leads
•       Leading With Trust

If you’re unfamiliar with Ken Blanchard here’s some background information from his company website, “Drs. Ken and Marjorie Blanchard incorporated The Ken Blanchard Companies in 1979 with three simple goals—to make a difference in people’s lives, to drive human worth and effectiveness in the workplace, and to help each organization we work with become the provider, employer, and investment of choice.”


Harvard Business Review

The Harvard Business Review is a subsidiary of, you guessed it, Harvard University. According to their website, “Harvard Business Review is the leading destination for smart management thinking. Through its flagship magazine, books, and digital content and tools published on, Harvard Business Review aims to provide professionals around the world with rigorous insights and best practices to help lead themselves and their organizations more effectively and to make a positive impact.”

Click here to read the latest from The Ken Blanchard Companies, or click here to read what’s new from the Harvard Business Review.

As a business co-pilot, Chris Weinberg has watched many businesses face similar challenges at the same point in their journey. With coaching and consulting, Chris and Well Coached preserves the culture, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit that gave your company momentum while maintaining balance and instilling structure for new horizons. 

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