Managing Employees

How Young Entrepreneurs Can Rein in Their 'Toxic' Emotions
Leadership

How Young Entrepreneurs Can Rein in Their 'Toxic' Emotions

When startup life gets tough, celebrity agent and psychology-book author Ken Lindner offers a few decisive tips for quelling your own killer emotions.
Business Management

5 Parenting Skills That Make You Better at Running a Business

Ahead of Mother's Day, lessons from managing a family that use can use to manage your employees.
6 Tips for Building a Strong Founding Team
Leadership

6 Tips for Building a Strong Founding Team

Student entrepreneur Karim Abouelnaga on the value of putting together a strong team -- and how to keep it that way.
Blue, Green, Gold? How to Manage Employees by 'Color' Temperament
Business Management

Blue, Green, Gold? How to Manage Employees by 'Color' Temperament

Authors Susan Geary and Anne Bulstrode provide a simple way for entrepreneurs to decipher employees' temperaments -- and how to handle them.
Kitten Races, Ping Pong, Naps -- and Productivity?
Managing Employees

Kitten Races, Ping Pong, Naps -- and Productivity?

Startup life doesn't have to be all work and no play.
The Benefits of Unconventional Hiring Practices
Hiring Center

The Benefits of Unconventional Hiring Practices

Why Aaron Muderick believes hiring more than 500 special needs employees is good for business.
How to Keep Employees Engaged
Managing Employees

How to Keep Employees Engaged

The key to developing employees with oomph is communication.
3 Reasons a New Hire Isn't Working Out
Managing Employees

3 Reasons a New Hire Isn't Working Out

Business coach Ann Mehl explains the most common reasons why an employee might not be meeting expectations, including poorly defined job responsibilities.
5 Ways to Keep Your Ego in Check as a Young Entrepreneur
Leadership

5 Ways to Keep Your Ego in Check as a Young Entrepreneur

Student entrepreneur Michael Cauble on the importance of staying grounded.
4 Ways to Turn Happiness into a Competitive Advantage
Productivity

4 Ways to Turn Happiness into a Competitive Advantage

Everyone wants to be happy, but did you know that you should prioritize it as a business goal? Here are four ways that your happiness can be used to advance your business.
How to Get Ahead by Being Generous
Managing Employees

How to Get Ahead by Being Generous

Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, shares five tips to increase generosity and improve your productivity and success.
Why Your Startup Should Celebrate March Madness
Managing Employees

Why Your Startup Should Celebrate March Madness

To build a strong company and attract employees who want to work with you, taking time to bond or just yell at the TV screen is a must.
Starting a Business

Blue, Green, Gold? How to Manage Employees Based on their "Color" Temperaments

Authors Susan Geary and Anne Bulstrode provide a simple way for entrepreneurs to decipher employees' temperaments -- and how to handle them.
Creativity: Inspiration vs. Perspiration
Innovation

Creativity: Inspiration vs. Perspiration

Understanding the different ways that your brain approaches creative thinking can help you implement the best approach to problem solving.
5 Ways to Work With Extroverted Employees
Managing Employees

5 Ways to Work With Extroverted Employees

A quick guide to recognizing this personality type and creating the most effective work environment.
Quick Tips for Managing Introverted Employees
Managing Employees

Quick Tips for Managing Introverted Employees

Five ways to understand and create a better work environment for staff with this personality type.
Richard Branson on Sheryl Sandberg, 'Leaning In,' and Balanced Workplaces
Managing Employees

Richard Branson on Sheryl Sandberg, 'Leaning In,' and Balanced Workplaces

Virgin's founder gives his thoughts on Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's new book, and shares how to make your workplace a more balanced environment.
3 Tips for Leading Successful Change
Leadership

3 Tips for Leading Successful Change

Why understanding human behavior is essential for new initiatives to thrive.
3 Skills to Prevent Leadership Burnout
Leadership

3 Skills to Prevent Leadership Burnout

Strategies to help you feel more empowered and confident through all of your company's challenges.
What Your Business Can Learn From March Madness
Managing Employees

What Your Business Can Learn From March Madness

Four lessons on teambuilding from the NCAA basketball tournament.
What 3 Companies Are Doing to Keep Employees Healthy
Health & Fitness

What 3 Companies Are Doing to Keep Employees Healthy

Can going to work help you get fit and lose weight? It can at one of these three companies.
Zappos' Secrets to Building an Empowering Company Culture
Managing Employees

Zappos' Secrets to Building an Empowering Company Culture

Five key elements to building a customer and employee-centric culture from Zappos' culture coach.
Richard Branson on How to Train Your Employees
Training

Richard Branson on How to Train Your Employees

The billionaire entrepreneur on how to help your staff grow their careers and stay passionate about your business.
Time Management Tips: What to Do If You Are Always Late
Managing Employees

Time Management Tips: What to Do If You Are Always Late

The Esquire guy has some thoughts on tardiness.
4 Reasons Telecommuting Can Be Bad for Business
Managing Employees

4 Reasons Telecommuting Can Be Bad for Business

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer stirred controversy this week by requiring employees report to the office, but not everyone thinks it's a bad idea.
Biggest Mistakes: Skillshare on Knowing Your Strengths -- And Weaknesses
Business Management

Biggest Mistakes: Skillshare on Knowing Your Strengths -- And Weaknesses

When the education-sharing platform began hiring employees, making benefits decisions soon became a priority. But co-founder Michael Karnjanaprakorn now says he should have left that task up to a professional.
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