Here are two more reader blogs that you may find helpful. (Note to those submitting addresses to me: I am linking to people's professional--but non-commercial--blogs, not personal ones.)
- Active EQ: Create Stronger Connections. One of the oldest blogs on emotional intelligence, from a learning consultant and coach.
- George's Employment Blawg. News, analysis, comments on labor and employment law, human resources, and so forth. Also includes a very extensive list of links to other related blogs (ie, a blogroll).
In addition, the Human Capital Institute has just launched a "talent-focused blogosphere." (I was under the impression that there was just one blogosphere, like one universe, but perhaps I am wrong.)
The release says, "HCI's blog initiative integrates over 75 Internet weblogs relating to all aspects of talent management, including talent strategy, acquisition, development, and management."
Community members of the Human Capital Institute can also set up their own blogs on the HCI blogosphere. Since community membership is free, that seems like a great deal.
Update: The T+D blog has just been added to the HCI blogosphere!