News and Articles About Faith
S. Truett Cathy, the founder and chairman emeritus of Chick-fil-A, passed away at the age of 93 on Monday.
In the wake of the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, what do recruiting managers need to know.
Social media is a powerful tool that is transforming culture, changing how we see things, interacting with each other and connecting with each other on a daily basis.
We don't like to talk about faith, but it is a key component in letting go of situations we can't control.
Done right, melding business, faith and family is the most incredible pursuit you will ever undertake.
Yes, you can learn a lot from failure. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't do everything you can to avoid it.
Executive women are still holding themselves back. The reason likely goes back thousands of years.
Accepting that we don't control very much but can handle life's challenges is the first step to banishing needless anxiety.
Sergio Nunez made a living washing dishes, delivering milk, making hotel beds, working in construction and more before becoming a franchisee.
There is no magic equation between taking control and leaving it up to a higher presence.
Faith and belief drive a lot of what we do. Yet, we are asked to leave our beliefs at the doorstep of our offices.
The Hobby Lobby case brings up an interesting concept: Shouldn't your company have a soul?
A challenge to Obamacare will decide whether companies are really people, too, and can express religious values.
The father behind one of the most famous viral videos in the world has been tapped to curate religious-oriented content for a brand new Christian social media website.
Success isn't about being a self-starter. Often, what is looked is that there is a higher power that can fuel our business and relationships.
We have lost the priority to find our God-given talent and use it to the best of our ability. Yet, from here, wealth and success develop.
Many of the best executives use faith as a key component of their leadership styles. It goes beyond belief in God, to a strengthening of how we think.
Leading isn't a top-down exercise. Using the concept of Servant Leadership can help you better connect with your employees
If you are running yourself ragged for some of your customers, you're not being heroic. You're being unfair.
For the sake of moral or team-building, we often let problems slide. But that attitude only causes more issues down the line.
There is nothing worse than a firing or a layoff. But you can ease your employees' pain by acting with faith and love.
In our world today, we can't fight, shun, argue and think we'll get away with it. It is time to step up, believe in what you say you believe in, exercise your faith with confidence, honor and grace, in the marketplace.
In our times of need, we often turn to faith and belief. Why is it so wrong to do that when we want to give our business a boost?