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What You Say On Social Networks Could Cost You Your Dream Job

What You Say On Social Networks Could Cost You Your Dream Job | Management | Scoop.it
Much of the process of applying and interviewing for a new job is acting—creating a façade that you want the prospective employer to believe, and hiding elements of your true self that you don’t want them to know about.
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This article warns people to be careful what you put on your social networks.  Even if you think people can view your social network there are ways to view it.  When applying for a new job, companies will look at your social network and if their are inappropriate pictures on it, it could cost you from getting the job.

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What Makes a Successful Team

What Makes a Successful Team | Management | Scoop.it
GUEST MENTOR Austin Allison, founder of dotloop: Many entrepreneurs are tempted to focus on culture in the abstract right out of the gate, as if it were something they could sketch out on a napkin and make true.
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In this article, it talks about 5 ways to make a successful team.  They include, finding common ground, reinforce values, know your team, be transparent, and be willing to compromise

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Motivation Mystery: How to Keep Employees Productive

Motivation Mystery: How to Keep Employees Productive | Management | Scoop.it
Motivating employees is an important component to a successful company. The right combination of incentives and a positive work environment can keep employees happy and more productive.
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Motivated employees can make all the difference in a successful company.  There are many incentives that can be helpful, such as, bonuses, perks, amenities, education, and positive recognition.

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Better Leadership Through Social Media

Better Leadership Through  Social Media | Management | Scoop.it
Executives should look at specific social media as a personal toolbox for improving their practice of leadership.
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Many executives don't want to get involved in social media but many don't understand how much it can help and enhance their leadership.

 

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Answer 4 Questions to Get a Great Mission Statement

Answer 4 Questions to Get a Great Mission Statement | Management | Scoop.it
Entrepreneurs must have an effective mission statement for their venture. The mission statement should answer four key questions and must be a clear, concise declaration about your business strategy.
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This article talks about four important questions to ask when creating a mission statement and they are

-  What do we do?

-  How do we do it?

-  Whom do we do it for?

-  What value are we bringing?

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SOUTHWEST AIRLINES EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION

SOUTHWEST AIRLINES EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION | Management | Scoop.it
In this Southwest Airlines employee motivation article, we mention key elements that make possible this organizational dream
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Southwest Airlines has many different motivating factors.  They offer rewards and meaningful recognition to their employees for good performance, and they have distributed leadership which increases the responsibility for each employee.

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Microsoft Bought A Company When It Needed A Leader - MoneyBeat - WSJ

Microsoft Bought A Company When It Needed A Leader - MoneyBeat - WSJ | Management | Scoop.it
The American public and Wall Street always have had a thing for the great business leader.
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Sometimes the problem isn't with the product, it is the personalities.  Many CEO's suffer with their respective companies because they once had those dynamic leaders before them.  Even though many of them have very good skills, they still look disappointing to the great skill of the CEO's before them.

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