Leadership

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.
Gael O'Brien
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
Avoid These 5 Small-Business HR Mistakes
Managing Employees

Avoid These 5 Small-Business HR Mistakes

Not heeding these warnings can lead to costly mistakes, such as litigation and employee turnover.
Andre Lavoie
The 6 Most Important Roles of a Startup CEO
Leadership

The 6 Most Important Roles of a Startup CEO

Founding and growing an industry-transforming company is probably one of the hardest things anyone could ever do.
Andrew Cohen
This Entrepreneur Just Announced $70,000 Minimum Salaries for His Entire 120-Person Team
Salary

This Entrepreneur Just Announced $70,000 Minimum Salaries for His Entire 120-Person Team

Dan Price, founder of credit-card processing company Gravity Payments, was also named our 'Established Entrepreneur of 2014.'
Geoff Weiss
Were You Born to Lead?
Leadership Qualities

Were You Born to Lead?

You are the only person who can truly decide where your life is going.
Lewis Howes
The 7 Golden Rules of Leadership
Leadership

The 7 Golden Rules of Leadership

Leaders who value their teams and aren't reluctant to share credit are the ones who achieve the most.
Marty Fukuda
To Make Meetings Count, Don't Count Past One (Per Week)
Business Meetings

To Make Meetings Count, Don't Count Past One (Per Week)

One mandatory meeting a week, with a reliable structure and distractions like cell phones and laptops forbidden, can be amazingly productive.
Brad Heidemann
Build Accountability to Create an Unstoppable Business
Company Culture

Build Accountability to Create an Unstoppable Business

When you hold team members accountable, you're telling them you value them and their place on the team.
Jason Forrest
How You Can Take a Vacation Without Your Business Falling Apart
Managing Remote Teams

How You Can Take a Vacation Without Your Business Falling Apart

Here are five steps to ensure your vacation time will be one of relaxation, not stress.
David and Carrie McKeegan