Leadership

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How Successful People Stay Productive and In Control
Success Strategies

How Successful People Stay Productive and In Control

The hallmark of emotional intelligence is self-control -- a skill that unleashes massive productivity by keeping you focused and on track.
Travis Bradberry
10 Tips for Women to Improve Their Persuasion Skills
Persuasion

10 Tips for Women to Improve Their Persuasion Skills

Persuasion propels a leader forward. The good news: Persuasion is a major strength for women.
Yvonne Gu
Capt. Sully: 5 Tips for Making Decisions Under Fire
Making Decisions

Capt. Sully: 5 Tips for Making Decisions Under Fire

What "Miracle on the Hudson's" Sully Sullenberger learned applies to business, too.
Chesley B. Sullenberger
Business Meetings 101: How to Find the Perfect Restaurant
Meetings

Business Meetings 101: How to Find the Perfect Restaurant

The right venue ensures all parties are comfortable. The wrong one can lead to stress and poor decision-making.
Murray Newlands
What Accommodations Must Be Made for a Pregnant Employee?
Pregnancy

What Accommodations Must Be Made for a Pregnant Employee?

Make sure you protect yourself legally by understanding the recent Supreme Court decision.
Jonathan Segal
In Business, Nice Guys Finish First. Yes, Really.
Leadership Qualities

In Business, Nice Guys Finish First. Yes, Really.

CEOs who score high on traits like integrity and compassion deliver better results for shareholders, says a new book.
Anne Fisher
Becoming a Great Leader Starts With Building Trust
Leadership

Becoming a Great Leader Starts With Building Trust

By talking the talk and walking the walk, you'll inspire those around you.
Jason Forrest
The Top Thing Employees Want From Their Bosses, and It's Not a Promotion
Managing Employees

The Top Thing Employees Want From Their Bosses, and It's Not a Promotion

A performance bonus here or a catered lunch there are sure to be welcome with open arms, but they aren't what employees value most in the workplace.
Andre Lavoie
Why You Should Constantly 'Fire' Yourself and Your Employees
Employee Management

Why You Should Constantly 'Fire' Yourself and Your Employees

With limited resources, your company doesn't have time for those tasks that can and should be automated or offloaded.
Andrew Cohen
How This Olympian Nurtures a Winning Mindset: 'Never, Ever Personalize Your Failure' (VIDEO)
Failure

How This Olympian Nurtures a Winning Mindset: 'Never, Ever Personalize Your Failure' (VIDEO)

'Make the adjustments and take what you learned from that and use that as a catalyst to catapult you to the top,' says wrestling great Nate Carr.
Geoff Weiss
7 Million-Dollar Habits of the Super Successful
Habits

7 Million-Dollar Habits of the Super Successful

The most successful people credit their success to the persisting energy bolts of action that we call 'habits.'
Joel Brown
3 Steps to Tame Merger Meltdown
Mergers and Acquisitions

3 Steps to Tame Merger Meltdown

Did you know that your employees' physical and emotional health could suffer?
Susan Steinbrecher
How CEOs Can Prevent the Scourge of Isolation
C-Suite

How CEOs Can Prevent the Scourge of Isolation

Heads of companies are sheltered in the C suite. Here's how to break out of the Fortress of Solitude.
Joel Trammell
5 Traits All Great Entrepreneurs Have
Success Strategies

5 Traits All Great Entrepreneurs Have

Achieving greatness as a business owner takes time and effort, and there's no shortcut to success that can get you there.
Jayson DeMers