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Don't Make These 4 Assumptions About Leaders

To lead better, you must first understand what someone in charge is and isn't responsible for.

The Philosophical Guide to Turning Trials Into Triumph

In this podcast, Lewis Howes chats with Ryan Holiday, author of 'The Obstacle Is the Way.'

5 Strategies for Communicating When You Don't Even Like to Talk

It helps to be naturally outgoing when selling your great idea but introverts who learn their strengths and venture from their comfort zones need not shy away from success.

Why Inclusive Workplaces Drive More Innovation and Better Performance

Four key leadership behaviors can predict whether employees feel engaged, according to a new report studying six countries released today by Catalyst.

Why Your Conversational IQ Matters and How to Boost Your Score

Long undervalued as a leadership skill, conversation intelligence may finally be getting the attention it deserves.

The Entrepreneur's Secret Weapon: Persistence. (See General Grant.)

With slow, steady striving to solve a problem from many different angles, an innovator can arrive at a breakthrough.

Leadership Is All About Balance

When things don't go as planned, you have to have the courage to look in the mirror and face what you see.

5 Must-Have Skills of Intrapreneurs Inside Their Grown-Up Startups

Great entrepreneurs don't have to sell and start over once their businesses hit it big. Instead, they can transform themselves into intrapreneurs.

3 Essential Questions to Consider Before Taking the Leap

If you are at a crossroads -- wondering whether to exit a company post -- don't make this big decision unless it's on your terms and for the right reasons.

6 Things You Should Never Say During a Speech

With these tips you'll be cool, confident and comfortable in front of a crowd.

Target's CEO Steps Down. But Why Now?

Target's board praised the way CEO Gregg Steinhafel 'held himself personally accountable' for the company's massive data breach five months ago, but has decided it's time for new leadership.

The Personality Trait That Most Often Predicts Success

A staggering amount of research links this trait with people who are also super organized, responsible and plan ahead, among other things.

What Donald Sterling's NBA Blowup Teaches Entrepreneurs

The Los Angeles Clippers owner was banned for life from the organization after recorded racist remarks surfaced.

What's More Important to Give Employees: A Gift Card or a Pat on the Back?

For employee success to ensue, businesses need to motivate and encourage their team. But how should the go about it: recognition or compensation?

5 Ways to Get More Respect at Work

Consider these tips if you want to be better respected at your job.

Lead From the Top: 5 Core Responsibilities of a CEO

Knowing exactly what the chief executive's role entails is critical for steering a company to success.

How Early-Stage Startups Can Attract Seasoned Executives

While startups need the enthusiasm of fresh-faced hires, they also need the knowledge of veteran executives.

One of the Nation's Top-Paid CEOs Leads an Unprofitable, Largely Unknown Company

Charif Souki of Cheniere Energy, a Houston-based enterprise hoping to one day capitalize on the fracking boom, raked in a whopping $142 million last year.

HP CEO Meg Whitman on Learning from Failure

Whitman says during her tenure at eBay, missing out on an eBay Japan was one of her biggest mistakes.

The Women Behind Networking Platform Be Moxie Want to Pay It Forward

Aline Murta, Macia Batista and Joannie Diaz are hoping to mentor on a broad scale.

Turning Crisis Into Opportunity: 5 Ways to Deal With Hardship

Some of history's greatest leaders and inventors not only kept their cool under fire but used calamity to inspire success.

Join the League of Extraordinary Bosses: 4 Habits to Cultivate

The most effective managers value transparency, practice two-way communication, provide constructive feedback and go above and beyond to serve their employees.

How to Fire Someone Without Getting Sued (Infographic)

Dismissals can sometimes backfire, leading to taxing legal clashes. ThatÂ’s why it's crucial to have your bases covered.

What to Do When You Screw Up

We all occasionally shoot ourselves in the foot, but some of us are our own worst enemy. No worries: This six-step program will fix you right up.

Use the 'Eisenhower Box' to Stop Wasting Time and Be More Productive

Want to be more productive? Of course you do. Here's one proven strategy to improve your schedule -- from an unexpected source.
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