Thursday, 21 February 2013

The Three Signs of a Miserable Job: Book Review for the Journal of Internal Communication

Today's marginalia are about the book review of "The Three Signs of a Miserable Job: A Fable for Managers (And their Employees)" by Patrick Lencioni. 

I was very pleased to write it for 'The Journal of Internal Communication' Vol. 1 February 2013, published by Gatehouse.

Below is a copy of the article with my book review. I hope you can find it helpful and useful, while as always I like inviting you to fully enjoy the original source.

As the article mentions, I believe this book is very worth reading, especially for those managers who wish to foster effective relationships and communications with their team members, help them find meaningfulness and fulfillment in their job, gain a better understanding of both rational and emotional reactions of their people and ultimately foster employee engagement. 

The whole Journal of Internal Communication published by Gatehouse contains contributions by various authors and writers. I encourage you to read it. In fact, you might find information about employee engagement and internal communications that could be beneficial to you, your people and your organisation.