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7 Steps for Getting the Chronically Late Employee to Be Punctual
Managing Employees

7 Steps for Getting the Chronically Late Employee to Be Punctual

When a team member is making a habit of being tardy, take action before it really is a habit.
Jacqueline Whitmore
27 Insights for Creating and Sustaining Workplace Happiness
Happiness

27 Insights for Creating and Sustaining Workplace Happiness

Hone in on happiness so that you can cultivate it within your team and your day-to-day activities.
Paul Jun
5 Strategies to Build a Fun Work Culture That's Also Productive
Managing Employees

5 Strategies to Build a Fun Work Culture That's Also Productive

Happy employees work harder, so give them flexibility, recognition, and yes, breaks.
Jayson DeMers
4 Leadership Styles Showcased on 'Game of Thrones'
Game of Thrones

4 Leadership Styles Showcased on 'Game of Thrones'

A lot has improved since medieval times but the foibles of leaders remain the same.
Heather R. Huhman
8 Tips to Help First-Time Managers Thrive
Management

8 Tips to Help First-Time Managers Thrive

The first time you become a manager, it can be both a positive and overwhelming experience. To help first-time managers start strong, here are a few tips to keep in mind on day one.
Craig Cincotta
Should You Lead the Company You Started?
Leadership

Should You Lead the Company You Started?

A brief three-rule guide to determine if you're the right person to steer your company.
Christopher Hann
Why Being Likable Never Works
Relationships

Why Being Likable Never Works

Trying to get people to like you is disingenuous, selfish, and manipulative. And it will likely backfire.
Steve Tobak
Make Sure Your Intern Possesses These 5 Traits
The Grind

Make Sure Your Intern Possesses These 5 Traits

If you bring on the right person, having an intern can be extremely beneficial to your company.
Jason Lucash
5 Entrepreneurial Lessons From Uber on Its 5-Year Anniversary
Uber

5 Entrepreneurial Lessons From Uber on Its 5-Year Anniversary

To mark Uber's five-year anniversary,CEO and founder Travis Kalanick spoke about his experience as the leader of the transportation technology company juggernaut. Here's a few pieces of advice owners can apply to their business.
Catherine Clifford
Hire the Right Recent Graduates for Your Startup With These 4 Tips
Hiring

Hire the Right Recent Graduates for Your Startup With These 4 Tips

You may find yourself with an influx of applications from new entrants to the job market. How do you find the best?
Chuck Cohn
The 3 Essentials for Inspiring Your Team to Embrace Your Goals
Leadership

The 3 Essentials for Inspiring Your Team to Embrace Your Goals

The difference between a visionary and a daydreamer is persuading other people to help make the dream reality.
Tor Constantino
Why Being a Self-Aware Leader Is Not Enough
Leadership

Why Being a Self-Aware Leader Is Not Enough

Here's how to achieve "emotional intelligence."
Dov Baron
Everything You Know About Millennials Is Wrong
Millennials

Everything You Know About Millennials Is Wrong

There's a lot of talk about this generation, who by 2020 will make up more than 50 percent of the U.S. workforce.
Travis Bradberry
The 7 Books Bill Gates Wants You to Read This Summer
Bill Gates

The 7 Books Bill Gates Wants You to Read This Summer

The brainy billionaire says you'll rip through one of his picks in 'three hours tops...because it's funny and smart as hell.' Sounds a bit like him, no?
Kim Lachance Shandrow