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Starbucks Baristas Get a Pay Raise and Permission to Show Off Tattoos

The coffee company announced an updated dress code, raises across the board and free snacks while working.

3 Ways Companies Can Encourage Smart Risk Taking

Many business leaders and organizations are predisposed to say no, thereby quashing experimentation and innovation. Here's how to welcome new ideas and tactics.

Are You Getting Your Money's Worth From Disagreements?

Consider how to truly listen to another colleague. You'll arrive at better discussions, decisions and results.

3 Leadership Traits That Transcend Skills and Experience

Being a great leader does not require you to be the best at your job. Understanding these three attributes can help you manage your teams more effectively.

3 Critical Questions Executives Must Ask to Elicit Feedback

By building a culture of candor, you get an honest assessment of your leadership skills without employees being worried about possible negative ramifications.

The Transformative Leadership Styles of 3 Top Female CEOs

For the first time, women have taken the reins of some of the world's largest corporations. The challenges they face are anything but new.

Be Strategic. Set Aside Time to Select Daily and Weekly Goals.

Keep your head above water while dealing with all the tactical things that cry out for an entrepreneur's attention every day.

When It Comes to Finding Your Path. Don't Overthink. Do.

Sometimes the right career direction isn't immediately apparent. The only way to get there, though, is to experiment.

5 Inspiring Quotes to Motivate the Corporate Athlete

For those who need a little extra spark of encouragement, here are five quotes from legends of their field that can be used to motivate the corporate athlete.

5 Traits Making You a Great Entrepreneur But Maybe Not a Good Dinner Date

You must be single-minded when it comes to your business. It will overshadow everything else. Just watch out for one key area.

How Office Friendships Could Affect Your Bottom Line

We spend so much time at work, we see co-workers more often than friends and family. How do you gauge workplace relationships to make sure everyone gets along?

The Advantage That Rookies May Have Over Serial Entrepreneurs

First-time players may display a drive that propels them to scramble up steep learning curves, explore new terrain and innovate. Here's how to capitalize on that approach.

5 Ways to Lead by Example at Work

Managers, take note: Your actions and everyday demeanor may not be giving the right impression.

7 Steps to Becoming an Expert in Your Field

Once seen as an expert in your particular field, it can open up the door for higher paying jobs and other business opportunities that can grow your business and fuel your success.

What to Do When Your Employees Want to Start Their Own Business

If you think your top talent is a flight risk, here is how to confront the situation.

How Competition Created an Industry That Changed the World

The intense rivalry between NBC's David Sarnoff and CBS's William Paley propelled them to improve the quality of early radio.

Want to Avoid Buyer's Remorse? Here Are 4 Tips for Hiring Top Talent.

To cut through the hiring noise, here are four techniques that will help reinforce or debunk the feelings you have towards a candidate.

After Gaffe, Microsoft Board to Look at Gender Pay Gap, Male Culture

Board member on CEO's controversial comment: 'I think it's going to take us all to a better place.'

Shark Tank Star Lori Greiner: I Never Think of Myself as a Female in Business

The 'Queen of QVC' says it doesnÂ’t matter if you're a king or queen in business. It just matters that you rule.

The Most Important Career Choice You'll Ever Make

Ready to reach for the stars and tackle every obstacle that stands in your way? Advice from someone who's been down that long hard road.

Turns Out, Humility Offers a Competitive Advantage

Leaders that share the credit and don't blame others for problems are more respected by employees and are more effective in business.

The 7 Must-Know Rules of Productive Meetings

The seven tips to follow when it's time to huddle.

Microsoft's CEO Apologized, But He Was Actually Half Right

Satya Nadella took a big step toward a real solution in perceived gender bias. Then he backtracked.

Normal CEO: Culture Isn't Defined by How Much Green Juice You Stock

Before launching the 3-D printed earphone startup Normal, Nikki Kaufman was in charge of people and culture at product invention company Quirky. Watch for her best advice on pulling a team together.
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