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Getting the Best From Every Employee: Communication Techniques That Work

Make sure everyone shares your company's vision with these four tips for communicating your expectations clearly.

How to Grow Your Business by Letting Go

An improvisation technique known as the 'yes, and' principle could help you stay nimble in the face of change.
The Esquire Guy's Guide to Being a Good Manager

The Esquire Guy's Guide to Being a Good Manager

Everyone knows a bad boss -- here's a lesson on what not to do when you are managing people.
5 Keys to Inspiring Leadership, No Matter Your Style

5 Keys to Inspiring Leadership, No Matter Your Style

Inspiring greatness is all about leading by example. The best leaders have these habits in common.
How Failure Made These Entrepreneurs Millions

How Failure Made These Entrepreneurs Millions

Even the most successful entrepreneurs experience their share of failures. Here are five ways to use failure as a means to succeed.
Secrets to Lasting Success as an Entrepreneur

Secrets to Lasting Success as an Entrepreneur

These "brain power tools" can help you reach your goals.
Former Cosmo Editor Kate White: How to Be a Badass Leader

Former Cosmo Editor Kate White: How to Be a Badass Leader

At a women's leadership event, the former editor of Cosmopolitan and Redbook shared her best success tips.
Father and Son Business Owners Share Their Secrets to Success

Father and Son Business Owners Share Their Secrets to Success

In time for Father's Day, successful father and son business owners share how they balance their personal and professional relationships.
Leadership Playbook: 3 Ways to Coach, Not Criticize, Employees

Leadership Playbook: 3 Ways to Coach, Not Criticize, Employees

Giving employees consistent honest feedback is important if you want them performing at their absolute best. Here are three ways to take a coaching approach to feedback.
Clinton Global Initiative Aims to Boost U.S. Economy Through Entrepreneurship

Clinton Global Initiative Aims to Boost U.S. Economy Through Entrepreneurship

The two-day event, featuring Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie, seeks to promote high-growth entrepreneurship and small-business development.
Meet the United Nations' New Resident Entrepreneur

Meet the United Nations' New Resident Entrepreneur

Elizabeth Gore discusses the evolution of the group's strategy to partner with entrepreneurs.
Numbers You Need to Know to Grow Your Business

Numbers You Need to Know to Grow Your Business

Managing your business well means measuring your progress regularly. Here are five ways to better keep track of your numbers to help boost your bottom line.
Lessons in Business Leadership From the NBA Finals

Lessons in Business Leadership From the NBA Finals

What entrepreneurs can learn from basketball stars about winning leadership styles.
Are You Cut Out for the CEO Role?

Are You Cut Out for the CEO Role?

Flexible, charismatic, judicious. These are the hallmarks of a good CEO. See how you measure up.
Decision-Making 101: How to Be Productive About Regret

Decision-Making 101: How to Be Productive About Regret

If only you could go back and do things differently. But you can't. Instead, try to re-frame your thinking to take a more positive approach. Here's how.
How to Deliver Uncomfortable Employee Feedback

How to Deliver Uncomfortable Employee Feedback

A leadership expert guides us through three difficult conversations with employees.

Small-Business Stars of 2013: State Standouts

Each year, the U.S. Small Business Administration recognizes one person from each state and U.S. territory to be considered for a national title.
A New Dell Initiative Asks Women Entrepreneurs to Give Back

A New Dell Initiative Asks Women Entrepreneurs to Give Back

The 'Pay it Forward' campaign aims to support one million aspiring women entrepreneurs by 2015.
The Great Debate: Should You Let Employees Work From Home?

The Great Debate: Should You Let Employees Work From Home?

Yahoo and Best Buy may have concluded that telecommuting doesn't work for their companies anymore, but it could still make sense for your business.
Fake It Until You Make It: How to Believe in Yourself When You Don't Feel Worthy

Fake It Until You Make It: How to Believe in Yourself When You Don't Feel Worthy

Despite achieving success, many business leaders doubt their skills. Here are four tips to help overcome impostor syndrome.

Why You Should Get an 'Idea Editor' and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

From grounding yourself with down-to-earth colleagues to marketing to millennials, here's a look at this week's best business advice.

Leadership Basics: What to Do When You Don't Have All the Answers

You're in charge, but that doesn't mean you're expected to always know what to do. Here are four ways to approach a challenge when you don't have the solution.
4 Lessons From the Nightmarish Amy's Baking Company

4 Lessons From the Nightmarish Amy's Baking Company

Think the customer is always wrong? Here are a few lessons in entrepreneurship from the latest Kitchen Nightmares' season finale.
Lessons in Persuasion From Apple CEO Tim Cook

Lessons in Persuasion From Apple CEO Tim Cook

Cook's appearance before the U.S. Senate on Tuesday was a master class in the art of negotiation.
3 Leadership Lessons From Tumblr's David Karp

3 Leadership Lessons From Tumblr's David Karp

Learn how the 26-year-old founder navigated the challenges of growing the business in the early days.
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