Business Management

Create a Personal Business Plan That You'll Really Use
Leadership

Create a Personal Business Plan That You'll Really Use

Develop a customized tool that will serve to focus you on your most important objectives. Write it in user-friendly prose so you'll check it weekly.
8 Ways to Stay Calm During a Crisis
Leadership

8 Ways to Stay Calm During a Crisis

Your worst nightmare has struck. Learn to deftly maneuver and persevere, no matter what's flaring at your young startup.
The Best Way to Avoid Toxic Hires Is to Articulate Your Company Values
Leadership

The Best Way to Avoid Toxic Hires Is to Articulate Your Company Values

Companies that make their values plain are far less likely to suffer the trauma of problem employees.
Take a Page From Israelis By Being Direct
Leadership

Take a Page From Israelis By Being Direct

A little 'chutzpa' will go a long way by creating a more open environment that saves everyone time.
5 Ways to Turn Employee Turnover Into Opportunity
Leadership

5 Ways to Turn Employee Turnover Into Opportunity

Identify great talent, onboard, develop, lose talent, repeat. It doesn’t always have to be a negative cycle.
7 Traits to Turn Good Managers Into Great Managers
Leadership

7 Traits to Turn Good Managers Into Great Managers

At my core I believe that great managers have one job: to get the very best out of the people they manage. While that premise sounds simple, the execution is hard.
 10 Stupid Things Bosses Say When They Fire People
Leadership

10 Stupid Things Bosses Say When They Fire People

If you unfortunately find yourself having to fire someone, steer clear of saying these unfortaunte things.
5 PR Takeaways From Watching the NFL Fumble the Ray Rice Scandal
Leadership

5 PR Takeaways From Watching the NFL Fumble the Ray Rice Scandal

America cherishes football. Few other brands could survive handling such a messy crisis as badly as pro football has the abuse scandals of recent weeks.
4 Unexpected Benefits of a Company Retreat
Leadership

4 Unexpected Benefits of a Company Retreat

Whether you’re running a company of five or 500, changing pace with a retreat will re-energize your team, encourage cross-departmental collaboration and strengthen internal bonds.
Avoid These 8 Mistakes as a New Leader
Leadership

Avoid These 8 Mistakes as a New Leader

It’s not uncommon for new leaders to make mistakes but most can be avoided.
Richard Branson's Guide to Finding a Mentor
Leadership

Richard Branson's Guide to Finding a Mentor

Every entrepreneur needs one.
5 Unforgettable Leadership Qualities for Successful Entrepreneurs
Leadership

5 Unforgettable Leadership Qualities for Successful Entrepreneurs

Even the unpredictable, renegade entrepreneur needs to keep these fundamentals in mind in his or her journey for success.
Prepare for Family Leave Laws and Avoid Litigation Later
Leadership

Prepare for Family Leave Laws and Avoid Litigation Later

Laws mandating extended paid leaves are increasingly common and already prompting a surge in employee lawsuits.
Great Entrepreneurs Do What Can't Be Done
Leadership

Great Entrepreneurs Do What Can't Be Done

There is always a way to get things done. Nothing is impossible. That's what can set you apart.
How Entrepreneurs Can Stay Engaged and Happy
Leadership

How Entrepreneurs Can Stay Engaged and Happy

Focus on these elements to keep steering the ship on the right course.
Fighting Trolls, Spammers and Troublemakers Online
Grow Your Business

Fighting Trolls, Spammers and Troublemakers Online

Handle sharp criticism and protect your brand's reputation in these four ways.
4 Tips on Managing Your Business Communications
Leadership

4 Tips on Managing Your Business Communications

Communication is deeply intertwined in an organization's culture, which is why it's crucial to keep good communication practices at the center of your business, no matter what industry you're in.
Derek Jeter Wrote the Playbook for Young Professionals
Leadership

Derek Jeter Wrote the Playbook for Young Professionals

The great Yankee, surely destined for the Hall of Fame, is a textbook study in how to honorably build an outstanding career.
For a Productive Workplace Let Your Office Go to the Dogs
Leadership

For a Productive Workplace Let Your Office Go to the Dogs

Research shows that allowing employees to bring pets to work might be your best, and cheapest, HR initiative.
7 Ways to Turn Your Employees Into High Performers
Leadership

7 Ways to Turn Your Employees Into High Performers

Professional growth implies, yes--more money--but encompasses so much more. Here is how to help your employees grow and turn them into leaders.
The 5 Characteristics of Extraordinary Salespeople
Leadership

The 5 Characteristics of Extraordinary Salespeople

The best sales reps are loyal control freaks who can endure hearing 'no' as many times as necessary to hear 'yes.'
Most Leadership Advice Is Useless. Here's What I Really Learned Running 20 Companies.
Leadership

Most Leadership Advice Is Useless. Here's What I Really Learned Running 20 Companies.

Being a leader doesn't mean you are the guy who runs things. Being a leader is a mindset. But first you have to lead yourself.
To Turn Potential Into Performance, You Need to Place Confidence in Others
Leadership

To Turn Potential Into Performance, You Need to Place Confidence in Others

Employees, clients and customers will be inspired to do better if you show them that you believe they can.
Nurturing Healthy Company Culture Can Yield Unpredictable Benefits
Leadership

Nurturing Healthy Company Culture Can Yield Unpredictable Benefits

Only an enthusiastic, inspired team will build a truly great company.
The Secret to Happiness at Work Is the Right Job for Enough Money
Leadership

The Secret to Happiness at Work Is the Right Job for Enough Money

Research reveals job turnover is immensely costly and people are more likely to quit over general dissatisfaction than pay.
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