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It's important to remember that 'want' and 'deserve' don't always overlap.
"Operational dashboards'' keep employees and entire businesses focused on improving the tasks that make everything work.
Many of us are tempted to deflect kind words, but that may be doing more hard than good.
Failure happens. It is what you learn from your missteps that sets you apart.
It may be tempting to tell your audience that you're not as prepared as you would like or that you just got over being sick. Here's why you shouldn't.
Some wise words that you can put into practice at your own startup endeavors.
While most customers are happy when companies offer solutions and try to help , there are a few types of customers who will never be happy. Here is how to deal with them.
Leave the familiar, grapple with the unknown, chance failure, triumph.
One of the lessons this CEO has learned outside the classroom is number crunching is useful but communication skills really count.
This is what happens when Murphy's Law and the Peter Principle meet the Seven Deadly Sins.
There has a lot written about managing teams but perhaps entrepreneurs need to just focus on a simple assessment.
Hiring a manager is about finding someone who can lead and set the tone for your employees. These tips can help your search.
When building relationships for your startup, dont overlook this strategy.
Firing is never easy for anyone, but it can be less painful if you follow these tips.
Your body language speaks volumes about you. Here are five tips for better, more professional posture.
Leaders lead. Followers follow. Its not complicated. You're either one or the other. Which are you?
A new survey explores what motivates employees aged 20 to 33. Entrepreneurs looking to attract, hire and hold onto top talent would be wise to take notice.
Just three weeks after moving to Atlanta for her very first CEO role, JuE Wong's husband died of a heart attack. This is her remarkable story.
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the newest head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is an entrepreneur herself. Here, she discusses how to create a business that will be around for the long haul.
If you want to connect with people, you have to let them know you're listening. Here's how.
Theyre the fastest growing demographic in the workplace and they want to hear how they're doing.
'Do as I say not as I do' doesn't fly for successful leaders. To earn respect, you need to show people you mean business.
For companies of a certain size, leaders should take a step back from operations. But are there exceptions?
As businesses begin to scale, they will experience growing pains. To overcome some of these challenges, entrepreneurs need to learn to say no.
Steinberg served as president & COO at BuzzFeed as the staff grew from 15 to 500. The newly appointed CEO of MailOnline North America discusses the future of media and employee management.