Leadership Resources – iTunes

In the past week, I’ve been spending more time with iTunes, and I happened across a feature that Apple has added since I was last active in the iTunes Store. It’s called iTunes U, and is a collection of short podcasts on various topics – the average length of the recordings is approximately 5 minutes.

The iTunes U offerings for Leadership were developed by the Center for Creative Leadership, and although I’ve just started dipping into the offerings, I’m favorably impressed with what they’ve got to say. Nothing groundbreaking so far, but nice bite sized bits of information that help reinforce what you do each day.
Both iTunes and the downloads are free – the length of the presentations fit nicely into my day… a morning walk to the office, in between meetings, or an afternoon break.

About Jeff

A long time resident of Southeastern Michigan, I am husband to the beautiful Trisha and father to three incredibly bright, compassionate, amazing young adults. I have been called husband, father, brother, friend, demon, scoundrel, team-mate, leader, misfit. I constantly seek personal and professional environments that encourage creativity, empower individuals, and foster excellence. alfamehl.com is an opportunity to share thought and opinion based on my personal and professional experience. My passion for learning remains the driver to become a better friend, husband, and father. The focus of my professional efforts (and satisfaction in what I do) is developing effective teams and equipping others to become exceptional leaders. My personal mission statement: to inspire, to love, to promise, to share, to believe that nothing is impossible
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