Craig Cincotta

Craig Cincotta

Vice President of Brand Communications at Porch
Craig Cincotta is the vice president of brand communications for Porch.com, a home-improvement network, where he is responsible for developing the Porch voice, awareness, demand and brand equity through earned capacities including public relations, analyst relations, investor relations and content marketing. 
10 Ways to Have Better Check-Ins With Your Employees
Meetings

10 Ways to Have Better Check-Ins With Your Employees

To ensure one-on-one meetings are productive, managers need to maximize their time while also providing information employees can use.
4 Signs Your Team Has What It Takes to Compete
Competition

4 Signs Your Team Has What It Takes to Compete

No matter what industry you are in, there is one certainty every business needs to prepare for: competition.
Want Your Company to Get Ahead? Hire People Smarter Than You.
Hiring Tips

Want Your Company to Get Ahead? Hire People Smarter Than You.

If you hire exceptional people, not only will your business thrives but so will you.
6 Ways to Make Sure Every Meeting Is a Productive One
Productivity

6 Ways to Make Sure Every Meeting Is a Productive One

When you think about your workweek it might be astonishing, frustrating and a tad depressing to calculate how much time you spend in bad meetings. Here is how to fix this problem.
4 Ways to Determine If You Are Supporting an Accountable Leader
Leadership

4 Ways to Determine If You Are Supporting an Accountable Leader

Not only do leaders need to carry themselves with a high degree of accountability, their actions are what will determine if a company maintains culture of universal accountability.
5 Things My Dogs Taught Me About Leadership
Leadership

5 Things My Dogs Taught Me About Leadership

Man's best friend can provide important lessons to us on just about anything including how to run a company.
Hiring

4 Reasons Why You Should Hire for Attitude Over IQ

As the saying goes, 'A bad attitude is like a flat tire. You can't go anywhere until you change it.'
5 Ways to Focus on What Really Matters in 2015: Yourself
Productivity

5 Ways to Focus on What Really Matters in 2015: Yourself

While it is important to clear the decks and focus on professional goals, people need to think about making positive changes in their personal lives.
5 Secrets to Achieving and Maintaining Work-Life Balance
Productivity

5 Secrets to Achieving and Maintaining Work-Life Balance

Burning the candle at both ends doesn't necessary increase output. Here are a few tips on how to have it all – and remain successful at your job.
3 Things Every Leader Can Learn From Seattle's Star Quarterback Russell Wilson
Leadership

3 Things Every Leader Can Learn From Seattle's Star Quarterback Russell Wilson

Believe it or not, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson can teach entrepreneurs a lot about leadership and running a business.
3 Reasons Why 'The Journey Is the Reward'
Inspiration

3 Reasons Why 'The Journey Is the Reward'

While the end goal can provide extreme satisfaction, how someone gets there can also be very rewarding.
Why Every Company Should Encourage the 'F' Word
Leadership

Why Every Company Should Encourage the 'F' Word

Whether you are running a startup or driving high-performance teams at a Fortune 500 company, you need to encourage use of the 'F' word in the office.
Why I Left the 'Coolest Job in America' for a Startup
Career Change

Why I Left the 'Coolest Job in America' for a Startup

Jumping the corporate ship for the startup world is tough, especially when you absolutely love your job. Before you make the leap, here is what you need to know.
The 3 Steps to Building a Culture of Transparency
Company Culture

The 3 Steps to Building a Culture of Transparency

For a business to thrive, a company must have a transparent culture, one where employees are given meaningful insights that build trust with senior leadership.
3 Secrets to Snagging an Ace Mentor
Mentorship

3 Secrets to Snagging an Ace Mentor

Here is how to find a mentor that will make fellow entrepreneurs green with envy.