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Melinda Gates: Why Hiring Women Is Good for Business
Women in Business

Melinda Gates: Why Hiring Women Is Good for Business

When you invest in women, you invest in the people who invest in everybody else.
Melinda Gates
Offer These 50 Free Professional Resources to Your Employees
Professional improvement

Offer These 50 Free Professional Resources to Your Employees

Don't have the money to offer professional development training for your employees? You don't need any.
Heather R. Huhman
13 Habits of Exceptionally Likable People
Emotional Intelligence

13 Habits of Exceptionally Likable People

Being likable is under your control, and it's a matter of emotional intelligence.
Travis Bradberry
4 Tips to Create a Productive and Healthy Culture
Company Culture

4 Tips to Create a Productive and Healthy Culture

Creating a positive environment will help your company retain talent and keep employees happy.
Drew Austin
How This Olympian Built Up His Ability to Take On Adversity
Overcoming Obstacles

How This Olympian Built Up His Ability to Take On Adversity

Bouncing back from failure is a key skill for entrepreneurs – and one that takes practice.
Kate Taylor
The Truth About 'Fake It 'Til You Make It'
Success

The Truth About 'Fake It 'Til You Make It'

The way to boost confidence and create positive outcomes is to be prepared, take risks, and learn through experience.
Steve Tobak
Decisions, Decisions: What Separates Leaders From the Rest
Leadership

Decisions, Decisions: What Separates Leaders From the Rest

The real leaders are those who take action.
Ray Hennessey
4 Winning Beliefs to Help Drive You to Success
Success Strategies

4 Winning Beliefs to Help Drive You to Success

Hard times often call for deeper self-analysis to help excavate new personal insights that determine our willingness to keep on keepin' on.
Jeff Boss
What a Comedian Can Teach You About Running a Business
Leadership

What a Comedian Can Teach You About Running a Business

There is enormous crossover between the skillset required for success in comedy and the one that defines a strong business leader.
Bill Connolly
Mark Zuckerberg: I Would Only Hire Someone to Work For Me If I Would Work For Them
Hiring

Mark Zuckerberg: I Would Only Hire Someone to Work For Me If I Would Work For Them

Facebook's CEO shared wisdom on hiring and delegation during the latest installment of 'Q&A with Mark.'
Geoff Weiss
A Winning Personality: Why Ambiverts Make Great Entrepreneurs
Personality Type

A Winning Personality: Why Ambiverts Make Great Entrepreneurs

Ambiverts are individuals with characteristics of both introverts and extroverts. Could this balance equip them to be superior business leaders?
Jason Ankeny
10 Questions to Ask When Firing an Employee
Firing

10 Questions to Ask When Firing an Employee

From how and when to break the news to how to avoid getting sued, here are the pro-tips you need to know when letting an underperformer go.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
6 Necessities for Achieving Your Full Potential as a Leader
Leadership

6 Necessities for Achieving Your Full Potential as a Leader

Esteemed leaders in business and politics have long shared remarkably similar advice for what is required to perform best and continue growing.
Firas Kittaneh
Can We Quit With the Stereotypes Already?
Biases

Can We Quit With the Stereotypes Already?

We love to typecast. Yet we don't realize that much of the common wisdom about popular stereotypes is simply false.
Steve Tobak