Leadership

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Want to Improve Office Morale? Recognize Good Work. (Infographic)
Managing Employees

Want to Improve Office Morale? Recognize Good Work. (Infographic)

Here are some of the best ways to acknowledge a job well done.
Nina Zipkin
5 Ways to Be the Leader Employees Rally Behind
Leadership

5 Ways to Be the Leader Employees Rally Behind

You can save yourself and your team time while being open, honest and respectful.
Martin Zwilling
5 More Ways to Lead Effectively Gleaned From My Time in the SEALs
Leadership

5 More Ways to Lead Effectively Gleaned From My Time in the SEALs

Many of the same traits found in leaders are the same ones required by founders, such as courage, resiliency and emotional intelligence.
Jeff Boss
Managing the Unmanageable: The 6 Most Common Types of Difficult Employees
difficult employees

Managing the Unmanageable: The 6 Most Common Types of Difficult Employees

You've met these people as co-workers. But now that you're in charge, what do you do about them?
Beth Miller
Why the CEO Needs to Be the 'Consistent Emotional Orchestrator'
Feelings

Why the CEO Needs to Be the 'Consistent Emotional Orchestrator'

Sincerely caring for the well-being of your team is a profound competitive advantage.
Greg Salsburg
10 Behaviors of Smart People
Intelligence

10 Behaviors of Smart People

Smart people make smart decisions and that's the most important factor in how things turn out for you.
Steve Tobak
Developing an Unlimited Paid Time-Off Policy That Works
Unlimited Vacation

Developing an Unlimited Paid Time-Off Policy That Works

Four tips for making the transition as seamless as possible.
Zach Ferres
Fear as a Positive Motivator: 5 Lessons Learned From the Loss of a Business Partner
Partnerships

Fear as a Positive Motivator: 5 Lessons Learned From the Loss of a Business Partner

Rather than being paralyzed by the possibility of failure, I chose to be afraid of opportunities the company would miss if we didn't push forward.
Adam Simpson
Looking to Make a Leadership Leap? 4 Tips for Considering Your Next Career Steps.
career growth

Looking to Make a Leadership Leap? 4 Tips for Considering Your Next Career Steps.

"If you're offered a seat on a rocket ship, you don't ask what seat. You just get on." So how do you find your rocket ship?
Brian Billingsley
Would You Make $70,000 the Minimum Salary at Your Company?
Salary

Would You Make $70,000 the Minimum Salary at Your Company?

That's what Dan Price did. He's the founder of Gravity Payments and winner of our Entrepreneur of 2014 award.
Jason Fell
How to Handle Employees Who Avoid Criticism
Ethics Coach

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.
For More Results, Make the Switch to a Minimalist Managerial Style
Managing Employees

For More Results, Make the Switch to a Minimalist Managerial Style

Effective leaders set the tone, point the direction and then mostly get out of the way.
Larry Alton
7 Secrets to Employee Happiness
Employee Morale

7 Secrets to Employee Happiness

For a company to be successful, employees need to want to push the needle forward. Here is how to ensure they are satisfied with their job.
3 Subtle Ways to Boost Your Communication IQ
Communication

3 Subtle Ways to Boost Your Communication IQ

Chances are you're going to have to interact with a human or two on your way to great success. Here's how to do it right.
Edward G. Brown