Chief of Staff and Vice President of Communications
Craig Cincotta is the Chief of Staff and Vice President of Communications for
Porch.com, a home services network, where he is responsible for managing strategic operations for the company as well as executive communications, brand messaging and public relations.
Whether you are the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, employee number two at a startup or someone who enjoys the challenge of solving problems, there is likely an entrepreneurial spirit in you.
Working at a Startup
For those looking to make the transition into the startup world, you better be ready for some major changes.
With Amazon's culture coming under fire, it may be the perfect time to reevaluate your own culture.
If you are thinking about joining a startup or creating your own business, here are 14 quotes that will surely transfer from the silver screen to the startup stage.
Always agreeing to take on tasks, meet up with people and increase your responsibilites can hinder your business and hold it back.
The first time you become a manager, it can be both a positive and overwhelming experience. To help first-time managers start strong, here are a few tips to keep in mind on day one.
To help recent college grads transition from the classroom to the office, here are a few pieces of advice on finding success.
Values are an important part determining how great a company's culture can be.
Whether you are a business of five people or a Fortune 50 company, you need to know how tell your story the right way, at the right time, to the right people.
To succeed at both, you have to have a will to win and follow these three P's.
With the Masters just teeing off, golf's greatest players offer up advice on how to put your best foot forward at work.
To ensure one-on-one meetings are productive, managers need to maximize their time while also providing information employees can use.
No matter what industry you are in, there is one certainty every business needs to prepare for: competition.
If you hire exceptional people, not only will your business thrives but so will you.
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.
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