Leadership

To Boost Productivity, Encourage Employees to Encourage Each Other
Leadership

To Boost Productivity, Encourage Employees to Encourage Each Other

How team members interact, and the settings in which interactions occur, dramatically impact the workplace.
Does Your Staff Dislike You?
Leadership

Does Your Staff Dislike You?

Grade yourself on this checklist of managerial behaviors. Spot leadership mistakes that elicit less-than-desirable results.
What the Uber Snafu Teaches About Avoiding Inappropriate Public Statements
Leadership

What the Uber Snafu Teaches About Avoiding Inappropriate Public Statements

Steer clear of unsuitable business remarks and blunders that will ricochet well beyond a private gathering.
4 Ways You Are Your Own Worst Enemy
Leadership

4 Ways You Are Your Own Worst Enemy

Reframe the ways you address your entrepreneur self. You'll be surprised by the power of your pep talk.
Don't Bother Hiring a Coach Unless You Already Believe in Yourself
Leadership

Don't Bother Hiring a Coach Unless You Already Believe in Yourself

There is great value to be had from a skilled coach, but only if you are "coachable'' to begin with.
The 7 Attributes of People Who Get Things Done
Leadership

The 7 Attributes of People Who Get Things Done

As a leader, you want these go-getters on your team. As an employee, you should aspire to be like them.
A Rigid Mind Blocks Success. Try These 5 Strategies for Fearless Leadership.
Leadership

A Rigid Mind Blocks Success. Try These 5 Strategies for Fearless Leadership.

Be ready to set aside methods of the past. Bring vigorous, flowing thinking to conquer today's problems.
6 Ways to Break a Tech Addiction
Leadership

6 Ways to Break a Tech Addiction

There's more to life than a mobile phone. Being plugged in all the time is not really productive.
Whether at a Startup or on a Nuclear Submarine, Earn Your Leadership
Leadership

Whether at a Startup or on a Nuclear Submarine, Earn Your Leadership

Barking orders at the people under you may get things done, but will ultimately lead to failure.
From Startup to the White House: 3 Key Campaign Trail Lessons for Entrepreneurs
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From Startup to the White House: 3 Key Campaign Trail Lessons for Entrepreneurs

President Barack Obama's 2008 campaign chief shares what made the operation a resounding success.
How to Recover Professionally When the Client Just Didn't Trust You
Leadership

How to Recover Professionally When the Client Just Didn't Trust You

Losing a deal because the prospect got a better deal elsewhere is a small problem compared with losing the deal because they didn't want to do business with you.
How Barilla Transformed Into a Trailblazer for Corporate Equality
Leadership

How Barilla Transformed Into a Trailblazer for Corporate Equality

Today, the company has added transgender-related care to its health benefits, contributes money to gay rights causes and has featured a lesbian couple on a promotional website.
So, You're an Industry Expert Now? How to Prepare for a Speaking Gig.
Leadership

So, You're an Industry Expert Now? How to Prepare for a Speaking Gig.

Speaking as an expert? Take note of this advice.
Why Ben Picked Jerry
Leadership

Why Ben Picked Jerry

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield launched the legendary ice-cream brand Ben & Jerry's in 1978. And they're still friends today.
The One Trait Successful Entrepreneurs Have In Common
Leadership

The One Trait Successful Entrepreneurs Have In Common

Contrary to popular belief, great business leaders are not defined by who they are but by what they do.
The Best Move For Your Business Is to Make It Your Team's Business, Too
Leadership

The Best Move For Your Business Is to Make It Your Team's Business, Too

Unless your business fails, it will grow too big for you to make every decision. You need a team to deal with success.
Going Global? Don't Let Your Business Get Lost in Translation.
Leadership

Going Global? Don't Let Your Business Get Lost in Translation.

Break down communication barriers. Deploy a fast, integrated solution capable of linguistic nuances that can be executed for a multiplicity of formats.
4 Simple Rules to Cut Down on 'Evil' Meetings
Leadership

4 Simple Rules to Cut Down on 'Evil' Meetings

Meetings usually represent a big waste of time. Instead of sitting around, use these four tips to boost productivity at your organization.
6 Tips for a Fun, Affordable Holiday Party
Leadership

6 Tips for a Fun, Affordable Holiday Party

An end-of-year celebration can boost employees spirits and raise their morale for next year.
How to Concentrate When the World Intrudes
Leadership

How to Concentrate When the World Intrudes

Test some of these mental-wrestling techniques and see if you can better wrap your mind around your tasks.
The World Needs Some 'Simone Cowells'
Leadership

The World Needs Some 'Simone Cowells'

Here's a wish for a blunt-talking female leader who will talk truth to power.
17 Tactics for Reading People's Body Language
Leadership

17 Tactics for Reading People's Body Language

What you say communicates only about half of what people hear.
Barbara Corcoran and the Power of Fun at Work
Leadership

Barbara Corcoran and the Power of Fun at Work

Letting your workers have some fun isn't just nice, it's smart business.
An Open-Handed Vacation Policy is a Great Perk for Employers
Leadership

An Open-Handed Vacation Policy is a Great Perk for Employers

Generous time off encourages employee loyalty and, since so many workers don't use all their vacation time, costs the company little.
15 Behaviors and Traits of Great Leaders
Leadership

15 Behaviors and Traits of Great Leaders

They have resolve and vision, but are humble about it.
Don't Try to Be What You're Not
Leadership

Don't Try to Be What You're Not

If you really want to make it big on your own, be the best version of you, not some false replica of someone else.
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