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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.
From Oprah to the Kardashians: 6 Celebrity-Inspired Business Lessons
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From Oprah to the Kardashians: 6 Celebrity-Inspired Business Lessons

Today's celebrities aren't just entertainers, they are brands and businesses. And entrepreneurs can learn from their mistakes and successes.
Don't Get No Respect? Here's How to Handle It.
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Don't Get No Respect? Here's How to Handle It.

The Ethics Coach offers advice for when you're not feeling respected by either your boss or your customers.
The 5 Qualities Teams Look for in Their Leaders
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The 5 Qualities Teams Look for in Their Leaders

The person steering the ship has a significant impact on productivity and emotions of employees.
It's Not Too Late to Start Thinking About Your Business Legacy
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It's Not Too Late to Start Thinking About Your Business Legacy

Leaving an impact at your company means more than creating the projects and products you accomplish today. Set in motion a dynamic so people sharing your values can carry the torch forward.
The Benefits of Practicing Vulnerability in the Office
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The Benefits of Practicing Vulnerability in the Office

Some workplaces have moved beyond considering whether employees can share their emotions at work. Demonstrating true feelings may lead to better teamwork and breakthroughs.
Condé Nast to Pay $5.8 Million to Unpaid and Underpaid Interns
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Condé Nast to Pay $5.8 Million to Unpaid and Underpaid Interns

Interns triumphed over the publisher in a class-action lawsuit brought by thousands of former interns from magazines like Vogue and the New Yorker.
How Much Value Do Your Employees Bring to the Bottom Line?
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How Much Value Do Your Employees Bring to the Bottom Line?

You have to begin looking at each of your employees as a profit center.
Don't Overestimate the Motivational Potential of a Salary Raise
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Don't Overestimate the Motivational Potential of a Salary Raise

The prospect of an annual pay hike is just too abstract to keep employees operating with enthusiasm every day. That requires personal engagement.
You Can Break Your Bad Boss Syndrome With a Charm Offensive
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You Can Break Your Bad Boss Syndrome With a Charm Offensive

When a looming, make-or-break deadline has outed your inner tyrant, take charge of yourself and surprise your team by being nice.
Why CEOs Need Mentors -- They Accelerate Learning
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Why CEOs Need Mentors -- They Accelerate Learning

A young entrepreneur explains the benefits of the advice he received from an seasoned executive at a large company.
The 8 Signs of a Bad Leader
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The 8 Signs of a Bad Leader

Any one or more of these traits would be a red flag that a person might not be ready for a leadership position.
Never Turn Your Back on Reality
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Never Turn Your Back on Reality

When you start to believe you can do no wrong and everyone around you agrees, that's when you're in trouble.
4 Lessons on Staring Down Fear and Taking Risks from Tightrope-Walker Nik Wallenda
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4 Lessons on Staring Down Fear and Taking Risks from Tightrope-Walker Nik Wallenda

Meticulous preparation and tireless practice, not bravado or recklessness, are the foundation of success when failure really is not an option.
Pay People for Commitment, Not for Time or Results
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Pay People for Commitment, Not for Time or Results

With flexible work schedules and performance metrics, a business network CEO suggests a different approach to gauging employees.
The 5 Most Popular TED Talks of All Time
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The 5 Most Popular TED Talks of All Time

They don't call them "ideas worth spreading" for nothing. These are the best of the best.
To Have the Company Culture That Achieves All Your Goals, Work at It Every Day
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To Have the Company Culture That Achieves All Your Goals, Work at It Every Day

Spelling out the values that guide your company and living them consistently is not magic but the results it brings will seem so.
5 Lessons a Boss Should Learn From Employees
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5 Lessons a Boss Should Learn From Employees

Often employers are removed from employees. Leaders often feel responsible for teaching employees, but the opposite has many benefits as well.
The Many Benefits of Mentoring Vets Entering the Business World
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The Many Benefits of Mentoring Vets Entering the Business World

Business leaders are uniquely suited to help veterans eager to apply their skills as entrepreneurs and employees.
How to Politely Leave a Conversation
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How to Politely Leave a Conversation

Networking is all about meeting those fabulous people who can catapult your business to the next level. But what do you do when you're trapped by a windbag?
Companies Gain Competitive Advantage by Improving Employee Health
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Companies Gain Competitive Advantage by Improving Employee Health

Encouraging employee wellness turns out to be one of the best productivity investments companies can make.
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