Leadership

Engaging Employees, One Step at a Time
Leadership

Engaging Employees, One Step at a Time

Cultivating a highly-engaged workforce takes time, but most of all, it requires intention.
Taking Care of Business When an Illness Strikes
Leadership

Taking Care of Business When an Illness Strikes

An entrepreneur shares the first five things she did to support her business and herself while surviving cancer
4 Key Principles to Keep on Track and Sustain Focus
Leadership

4 Key Principles to Keep on Track and Sustain Focus

Coming up with the idea is the easy part. An entrepreneur needs to carry through on delivering the product or service.
You Don't Need a Cause to Do What's Right
Leadership

You Don't Need a Cause to Do What's Right

You can talk the talk and even walk the walk but it takes far more courage and strength to do the right thing in spite of personal risk.
NFL Fumbles, Uber Hikes and Other Business Fails
Leadership

NFL Fumbles, Uber Hikes and Other Business Fails

Learn from some recent bonehead moves of leading companies.
What This Year's 'Best Picture' Nominees Can Teach Us About Achieving Greatness
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What This Year's 'Best Picture' Nominees Can Teach Us About Achieving Greatness

Lessons from 'Whiplash,' 'The Imitation Game' and 'Selma.'
Mark Zuckerberg Calls the 'A-Ha!' Moment a Myth
Leadership

Mark Zuckerberg Calls the 'A-Ha!' Moment a Myth

In his third-ever town hall-style Q&A, the Facebook founder discussed some misconceptions that surround entrepreneurship.
Move Away From Shame-Based Management to Inspire Productivity
Leadership

Move Away From Shame-Based Management to Inspire Productivity

Leading a team is extremely challenging but making employees feel inferior or afraid doesn't foster lasting success.
What an Angry Bull Taught a Future CEO About Doing a Job Even When the Boss Isn't Watching
Leadership

What an Angry Bull Taught a Future CEO About Doing a Job Even When the Boss Isn't Watching

Getting the job done, no matter what, is a value exalted far above just doing the job you're paid to do.
We Should Never Forgive the Horror of ShipYourEnemiesGlitter
Leadership

We Should Never Forgive the Horror of ShipYourEnemiesGlitter

An entrepreneur squandered an opportunity most innovators only dream about. This is unforgivable.
Leadership

Stop Playing Firefighter With Your Small Business and Learn How to Focus

Juggling many things at once is a reality for most business owners, but it's often unproductive.
Leadership

The Truth About What It Means to Be Successful

The pressure to have a goal, to have success, will take you further and further from success.
3 Destructive Distractions That Every Entrepreneur Should Avoid
Leadership

3 Destructive Distractions That Every Entrepreneur Should Avoid

Scope creep, fragmented mindshare and disorganization are often the difference between flawless execution and spectacular flameouts.
10 Ways to Measure the Effectiveness of Your Role as a Sales Leader
Leadership

10 Ways to Measure the Effectiveness of Your Role as a Sales Leader

By measuring your capabilities as a sales coach, you'll quickly discover the areas where you can improve.
A 9-Step Framework for Creating a Morning Ritual
Leadership

A 9-Step Framework for Creating a Morning Ritual

Set up your day for tremendous productivity by customizing an opening routine to your tastes.
Make Rejection Work for You
Leadership

Make Rejection Work for You

Tough criticism can drive positive change. Just open yourself up and listen. The sting of failure can power you to try a new path.
The Right CEO When You Launch Might Be the Wrong CEO When the Company Is Growing
Leadership

The Right CEO When You Launch Might Be the Wrong CEO When the Company Is Growing

The skills and proclivities needed when a company is launched and when it hits its stride are so different few people can manage both roles well.
Leadership

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 Get Naysayers to Participate in Team Building
Leadership

5 Ways to Get Naysayers to Participate in Team Building

Off-site activities can help build a company's culture in a way that's relayed back to the workplace. Don't undermine their value by forgetting to highlight their purpose and document them for the future.
A Month-by-Month Strategy to Reinvent Your Personal Brand
Leadership

A Month-by-Month Strategy to Reinvent Your Personal Brand

Be authentic but don't leave your brand to chance. By starting now, you can be confident of the impressions you make by this time next year.
Culture, or Defining How Things Get Done, Is Passed Down Through Stories
Leadership

Culture, or Defining How Things Get Done, Is Passed Down Through Stories

A company's culture isn't something that gets built after it "grows up." Leaders form their organizational culture from day one.
4 Ways to Help Employees Set Better Goals
Leadership

4 Ways to Help Employees Set Better Goals

In an effort to hit the ground running in the new year, employers should create benchmarks that align with the company vision.
5 Books That Will Help You Transform How You Do Business
Leadership

5 Books That Will Help You Transform How You Do Business

Turn over some new leaves. Learn from some entrepreneurial experts to up your game.
Leadership

5 Reasons You Shouldn't Be Yourself at Work

There is such a thing as being too honest, and the line can be perilously thin.
The 2 Most Powerful Words a Manager Can Use
Leadership

The 2 Most Powerful Words a Manager Can Use

Sometimes the power of showing appreciation is overlooked.
Confident Entrepreneurs Deftly Overcome Impostor Syndrome
Leadership

Confident Entrepreneurs Deftly Overcome Impostor Syndrome

The immense stretching exercise involved in launching a new business can incite fear and timidity. Ward off such feelings with these 10 steps.
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