Interesting Articles for May

These are some of the articles that caught my attention over the last couple of weeks.  Hope you enjoy reading them as well. 

  • Mastering Your To Do List A Novel Approach.  Here is a case for having everything on your to-do-list and when to break that rule from The Organized Executive.
  • The Perils of Overplanning.  This is a great look, from Royale Scuderi on Stepcase Lifehack, at how spontaneous things can be more creative than planning creativity.  Finding the balance is the key to true productivity.
  • 6 Passages of Leadership and Management.  I liked how this article looked at the internal and external aspects of leadership and management.  This provides a model to handle yourself and then how to handle others.  From Great Leadership.
  • Strengths, Weaknesses, and Engagement.  In this article Steve Roesler of All Things Workplace looks at the impact of a manager’s focus on the employee.  Are we looking at the positive or the negative and how does that affect the employee.
  • The Second Question.  Dan Rockwell at Leadership Freak provides a great set of steps to help align the team goals with the interests of the team members.
  • How Employers Can Make Us Stop.  A compelling case for why we need to focus on the task at hand instead of multi-tasking.  I found this on Harvard Business Review Blog.
  • Be Opportunistic A Little Bit Every Day.  For those of us who have too much to do and need to help find a way to get it all done.  This post is from Sell, Lead, Succeed!  

How do you find inspiration in your busy day?

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One response to “Interesting Articles for May

  1. Thanks for reposting my article! I really appreciate it. Hope your readers find it helpful! Enjoy the rest of your week …

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