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5 Easy Ways to Make Philanthropy Part of Your Company Culture

Charitable organizations, large and small, need your time and expertise as much as your money.

How to Communicate With Your First Employee

This hire marks the beginning of your becoming a manager of staff. Here's how to do things right.

Summer School for Entrepreneurs Is Now in Session

Extra reading and training could help you get ahead this season.

Stress, Anxiety, Loneliness: How This Entrepreneur Lost Himself and Bounced Back Stronger

Brian Bordainick built a $16 million company in less than two years. At one point in his journey, Bordainick 'snapped' and he had to work to get his feet back on the ground.

Big Organizational Challenges Can Be Overcome With Transparency

Being open and honest with employees can solve issues such as low morale, poor engagement and turnover.

No C Players in Leadership Positions, Please

Great CEOs will critically assess their managers to detect those not performing at the highest level.

2 Most Important Pieces of Presentations: Have a Take and Don't Suck

Follow these six steps for a killer performance that will leave a lasting impression.

Want to Impress? Don't Do This.

You may think people like and understand you, and want to help your business. You're dead wrong.

Words Do Matter In Workplace Communication

Leaders must start paying more attention to the words they use to make their messages more powerful, inspirational and motivational.

5 Ways You Can Practice Imperfection

Entrepreneurs may start out acknowledging their vulnerabilities but then quickly fall into image management. Here are ways for business leaders to be authentic and cultivate the best from staff.

Distracted and Overwhelmed Employees Are Costing You Big. Try These 3 Fixes.

Workers are checking their phones a staggering amount each day, according to a recent survey.

5 Essentials for Leadership Excellence Gleaned From Champions

Those who excel worked hardest to overcome their doubt and fear.

Why the Future of Work Is Already Here

Skeptical of allowing employees to work remotely? Don't be. Here are five steps to getting started and getting more productivity from employees.

This Food-Tech Startup's Secret Sauce: Employees First, Customers Second

Dinner Lab, which hosts pop-up dinners in overlooked, underused spaces across the country, empowers its staff with an important sense of ownership.

6 Ways to Improve Your Conversations

You don't have to be born with the gift of gab to become an expert communicator. Here are six tips for better speaking and listening.

Managers Can Be True Leaders Not Just Taskmasters

A company president reveals the secrets he wished he knew when he was a young manager starting out.

If You Want to Win, Stop Focusing on Winning

Results are often thwarted by factors beyond our control. Leaders build winning teams by focusing on what they can control.

4 Tips for Keeping It Real When Your Global Team Telecommutes

Making a team from a staff working on separate continents requires more than just technology. Only the team leader can bring them all together.

How Letting Go and Connecting With Faith Saved My Business

We don't like to talk about faith, but it is a key component in letting go of situations we can't control.

4 Steps to Earning an MBA-in-a-Day in Your Own Company

You've paid your tuition in sweat to learn what you know about your company, your market and your industry. Applying that knowledge doesn't require a detour to grad school.

How to Answer Questions Better Than Anyone Else

Tips for providing answers and advice with confidence and without sounding like a jerk.

Looking for a Dose of Inspiration? Try Mentoring a Young Entrepreneur.

Spending time with ambitious youth is one of the best things you could do to jump start your own ambition.

How to Make Your Conference Calls Run Flawlessly

Without face-to-face contact, it's difficult to manage the conversation, navigate complex issues or deal with difficult personalities in the group. The good news is there are specific techniques you can use to improve these calls.

Dealing With a Communication Meltdown at Your Startup

For a close-knit team it is imperative everyone is on the page. If not, your startup could go into a tailspin.

When Building Your Team, Delegate Recruiting But Hiring Is Your Job

Filling key roles in your company is both crucially important and a distraction. It's important to know what you can delegate and what you can't.
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