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2 Ways to Positively Identify and Fire Your Worst Employee
Leadership

2 Ways to Positively Identify and Fire Your Worst Employee

At the same time figure out how to cultivate the very best person you have.
Yes, You Can Appear More Confident When Meeting a Client
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Yes, You Can Appear More Confident When Meeting a Client

If entrepreneurs believe in themselves and their businesses, their enthusiasm can become contagious.
What Small Businesses Provide That Larger Companies Cannot
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What Small Businesses Provide That Larger Companies Cannot

A tragic turn of events at one firm reveals that something is eventually lost at a larger scale.
Want to Be a Better Leader? Read This Book.
Leadership

Want to Be a Better Leader? Read This Book.

Behavior science expert James Clear shares his best recommendation for essential business reading and inspiration.
How to Envision and Realize a Bright Future
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How to Envision and Realize a Bright Future

Generic advice doesn't always work because there are some things, some very important things, you simply have to figure out for yourself.
Entrepreneur's 10 Most Popular Leadership Stories of 2014
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Entrepreneur's 10 Most Popular Leadership Stories of 2014

What makes a great leader? These articles can point you in the right direction.
How to Create Much-Needed Structure for Your Remote Workforce
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How to Create Much-Needed Structure for Your Remote Workforce

Because virtual companies already operate without a central physical location, it is even more critical to have structures and disciplines in place to have a smooth, integrated and effective workforce.
How Sony Could Have Won a No-Win Situation
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How Sony Could Have Won a No-Win Situation

Sony's reaction to the cyber attack against "The Interview" caused far more harm than anything the hackers leaked.
A Navy SEAL's 5 Entrepreneurial Leadership Lessons From 2014
Leadership

A Navy SEAL's 5 Entrepreneurial Leadership Lessons From 2014

It's always a good idea to review what worked, what didn't work and why, and think about what you will do in the upcoming year.
Chart Goals to Create a Road Map to Your Success
Leadership

Chart Goals to Create a Road Map to Your Success

Imagining your work life in the months and years ahead? Pick immediate and intermediate checkpoints along the way to reach your final objective.
7 Ways to Say I Love You
Leadership

7 Ways to Say I Love You

Simple expressions of thanks can go a long way toward instilling loyalty with staffers and customers.
Quell Employees' Fears of Performance Reviews With These 6 Tips
Leadership

Quell Employees' Fears of Performance Reviews With These 6 Tips

For many workers, there is little to look forward to when the annual performance review comes around.
What to Expect From Gen-X and Millennial Employees
Leadership

What to Expect From Gen-X and Millennial Employees

An baby boomer's guide to managing younger generations.
3 Types of Leadership Strategies That Distinguish Outstanding Entrepreneurs
Leadership

3 Types of Leadership Strategies That Distinguish Outstanding Entrepreneurs

Be familiar with all varieties as you may need to adapt your management style to better deal with unexpected situations.
8 Qualities That Make Great Bosses Unforgettable
Leadership

8 Qualities That Make Great Bosses Unforgettable

They possess qualities that may not show up on paper but always show up where it matters most -- in the minds and even hearts of the people they lead.
Want to Ace Your New Year's Resolutions? Remember, Attitude Is Everything.
Leadership

Want to Ace Your New Year's Resolutions? Remember, Attitude Is Everything.

Look to the best for examples in how to reach success. Then adopt a pose of positivity.
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.
Learning From Leaders of the Past
Leadership

Learning From Leaders of the Past

To get a true feel of what comprises a leader, it's crucial to analyze those who came before us.
Randi Zuckerberg's Simple Secret for Juggling Career and Kids
Leadership

Randi Zuckerberg's Simple Secret for Juggling Career and Kids

The media maven offers a candid look at her 'lopsided' life as a working mother and explains how she prioritizes her time.
How to Add Senior Management to Your Startup Without Losing Your First Team
Leadership

How to Add Senior Management to Your Startup Without Losing Your First Team

Don't be in a hurry to hire at the top. Proceed methodically when you do.
7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Increase Your Influence
Leadership

7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Increase Your Influence

Would you like to become the most memorable person in the room? Who wouldn't? Read on to learn about some of the methods taught by behavioral investigator Vanessa Van Edwards.
Don't Let Your Circumstances Paralyze You
Leadership

Don't Let Your Circumstances Paralyze You

A former Chicago Bear recalls the effect of an unfortunate injury. Consider his advice for how to pull yourself out of a funk and reach your full potential.
Why Entrepreneurs Must Believe in Themselves
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Why Entrepreneurs Must Believe in Themselves

Reflecting back on his life, serial inventor Stephen Key recalls the importance of having confidence. Trust yourself to make good decisions, he advises. Have the courage to make changes when things don't feel right.
How Knowing Yourself Leads to More Productivity and Efficiency
Leadership

How Knowing Yourself Leads to More Productivity and Efficiency

The problem with many plans is that they depend on your changing your life to match what someone else says will work, rather than your understanding yourself well and deciding to budget your time accordingly.
5 Metrics You Shouldn't Use to Measure Success
Leadership

5 Metrics You Shouldn't Use to Measure Success

Being popular or busy for its own sake feel good but don't move the ball forward for you or your company.
Marissa Mayer 'Balked' at Hiring Gwyneth Paltrow for Yahoo Food Because She Didn't Graduate From College
Leadership

Marissa Mayer 'Balked' at Hiring Gwyneth Paltrow for Yahoo Food Because She Didn't Graduate From College

In developing Yahoo's myriad tech products, Mayer obsessively references data and metrics. In honing the company's media strategies, however, she prefers to go with her gut.
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