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Candidates can shine not just by presenting descriptive data like a resume of accomplishments but predictive data such as plan to solve problems for a prospective employer.
Employers have multiple reasons to really encourage their workers' fitness and grant a financial incentive for follow-through.
Often ignored in an owner's rush to develop a new product or invention, the passion workers feel for a company can be critical for results.
Avoid these no-nos to inspire investor passion. Provide compelling evidence of a boost to their bottom line.
The other half of a leadership and marketing consulting firm describes the keys to running a business with the person you married.
Customers are doing their own research. So traditional methods of promotion don't suffice.
These 20 proactive and budget-friendly tips will help you maximize your time off.
A company president reveals the secrets he wished he knew when he was a young manager starting out.
Take a page from the journalist playbook and learn how to research, conduct and write interviews -- skills that will help you get your businesss message across.
Author of book on inventing shares his secrets that landed his book near the top of an Amazon chart.
Distractions are plentiful when you are home, and often its only the most disciplined who can remain productive and efficient.
Tips for providing answers and advice with confidence and without sounding like a jerk.
Make your client-support process a win for all involved, not excluding those answering the phones.
Managing the risk properly is the challenge. Use the right intelligence to make your moves.
Foster new relationships abroad by building trust and minding important social cues.
Shared experiences and live interactions can build a bond that lasts, creating a customer for the long run.
Entrepreneurs seeking to market to educators would benefit from understanding how new apps and tools align with schools day-to-day needs.
Shun haphazard management, break the inertia of old habits and set up the dynamics for success.
A CEO who can't turn off that business persona for the nonwork parts of life may encounter a bountiful set of serious problems.
Lessons from the master of horror can apply to startups, too.
Weary travelers should ward off the impulse to retreat to their hotel room. Instead descend on the lucrative business nexus.
Your venture doesn't have to take over your life. Follow this list and have the time to do the things you want.
Be your company's ambassador by sharing posts that will encourage your followers' engagement.
This founder of a cell phone recycling company the tools that help him and his team run his business while on the road.
The arrangement can result in a true learning experience on both sides.