Originally published April 2013.
Welcome to the April edition of the Management Journey Carnival. This month’s Carnival provides tips on management, employee engagement, human resources, social media, career management, marketing, motivation, innovation, leadership and other topics. The Management Journey Carnival is published on the third week of each month. Each Carnival consists of insightful articles from the web that contributors submit or that I select for inclusion. Let’s get started with two articles from well-known CEO’s with a track record of success.
Real World Business Wisdom!
What do you do when you are unexpectedly reorganized out of the organization (fired) from your high-level management job? What are you to do when ten years of your career are gone in a moment? As Douglas Conant shares at Harvard Business Review, your ability to connect with others is critical to your future success. In a compelling article, Douglas explains What Losing My Job Taught Me About Leading. — Leadership
What does it take to remain a successful enterprise in today’s fast changing environment? As Mark Cuban shares at Bloomberg Businessweek, no matter what success you achieve today you’re always at risk. In his article, How to Motivate Yourself, by Mark Cuban, Mark explains how he keeps himself motivated. — Motivation
Featured Articles on Management and Leadership
Guest Blogger Joellyn Sargent of Windmill Networking explains that “LinkedIn with its roughly 200 million users is the default starting point for many B2B brands.” For some businesses, Linkedin is also the extent of their B2B efforts. There are so many more options for B2B efforts as Joellyn explains in her article, Beyond LinkedIn: Social Media Platforms to Expand Your B2B Branding. — Social Media
From Management is a Journey
Do you have a group of talented people working for you but you find that you are disappointed in the results that you are getting from them? Has your team hit an invisible wall where improving productivity is concerned? The root of the problem may be your leadership style as I explain in my article, 5 Signs That You Have Become a Mighty Mouse Leader.
This concludes the April 2013 edition of the Management Journey Carnival.
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