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The 7 Steps of Effective Product Development
Take your product from killer concept to cash cow.
5 Ways to Know If Your Business Idea Is Brilliant or a Bust
No matter how great the concept, you need real-world feedback to see if your startup will fly. Here's how to get it.
How to Handle Employees Who Avoid Criticism
The Ethics Coach handles tackles two big questions: how to deal with employees who resist feedback and how to create a 'mutually beneficial' internship program.
Some People Have a Therapist. I Have a Business Coach.
Here's why I think having a business coach is invaluable for any entrepreneur.
Should Your Employees Solicit Feedback From Each Other?
Employees are happier and more productive when they interact more. Leaders can leverage this by setting the stage for constructive interactions.
Don't Let Employees Park Their Brains at the Door
Managers should regularly solicit and welcome recommendations, suggestions and input about company processes.
Ask These 7 Questions to Get the Honest Feedback You Need
Friends and colleagues will be politely reluctant to tell you your product has problems, unless you ask in a way that makes it safe to be honest.
5 Ways to Build Jumpstarting Innovation Into Your Business
Innovation results from the ideas we have and the ideas we encourage other people to share.
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.
Can Peer Feedback Lead to Better Self-Awareness?
Harness the power of the team to do staff evaluations. You might even achieve better results.
Minimize the Impact of Your Mistakes With These 6 Strategies
Yes, mistakes will be made. But you do have some degree of control over how much they affect your business.
6 Alternatives to Being a Bad Boss
Don't panic when a team's performance suddenly drops. Skip the carrots and sticks. Instead build mastery and trust among your staff.
Control What You Can
Why Every Company Should Encourage the 'F' Word
Whether you are running a startup or driving high-performance teams at a Fortune 500 company, you need to encourage use of the 'F' word in the office.
How to Turn an Underperformer Into an Ideal Employee
A good leader will address problematic behaviors to give the person a chance to improve.
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