For every fantastic web resource, insightful blog and great life hack that shows up in a google search there is still a lot of poor quality resources online.
When a resource continues to surprise through it’s quality, breadth, relevance and usefulness, it deserves a link.
BNET is consistent in quality, and a frequent source of tips I share in my work to help leaders communicate more effectively.
There is a subscription e-newsletter that is one of only a handful that I read regularly (rather than deleting or looking for the unsubscribe link).
And unlike other resources (like some that start with r and end with agan) that bombard you with offers and webinar invitations, BNET send their newsletter. And that’s it. Fantastic stuff.