How To Create Community With NextDoor.Com

ed everett 3Ed Everett, City Strategist for NextDoor.com,  joined Robert Thompson and co-host Mike Neiss in their latest installment of Leadership for the Common Good. Everett  shares insights around why NextDoor is so different from LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter and its impact on communities around the country. What are some of the neighborhood success stories? How are cities taking advantage of the NextDoor opportunity? What do you need to do to start a NextDoor neighborhood in your community? Listen and learn.  Leadership for the Common Good is a new Thought Grenades series that highlights real leaders demonstrating real leadership and solving real problems in real time. Thought Grenades is ripe with practical, simple and effective ideas on how you can make a positive difference for yourself, your organization and the world. Oh, and we have fun too! Tell your friends to listen live on Mondays at 10 a.m Pacific, catch it here, or subscribe on iTunes and listen when convenient.

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How To Run In High Heels Renegade Style

Renegade leaderDebora McLaughlin, author of The Renegade Leader and the upcoming Running In High Heels, joins Robert Thompson and Mike Neiss to share nine success strategies driven leaders use to ignite people, performance and profits. She also jumps into the conversation on Sheryl Sandberg’s new book Lean In, while sharing more tips on how female CEO’s can ‘lead with impact.’ Whatever your gender is, be sure to lean in, listen and learn. Join us live Mondays at 10 a.m. Pacific, catch us here or subscribe to Thought Grenades on iTunes and carry us around on your mobile. Share us with your friends.

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Is Google+ The New Social Media Star?

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Alex Hinojosa, vice president of media operations at EMSI Public Relations, joins Robert Thompson and Mike Neiss to answer the question every business wants to know, “Is Google+ better for business than Facebook or Twitter?” Or, is Google+ just another passing fad? With so many social networks, how do you decide which one is best for you? Listen and learn. Catch up with every Thought Grenades show right here. Subscribe to Thought Grenades on iTunes or join us live Mondays at 10 a.m. Pacific.

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