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Annie, Get Your Gun: 4 Business Lessons From a Sharpshooter
Women Entrepreneurs

Annie, Get Your Gun: 4 Business Lessons From a Sharpshooter

If you can embody Oakley's spirit in the boardroom, you'll go far.
Jeffrey Hayzlett
4 Ways to Make Middle Managers Better Leaders
Leadership

4 Ways to Make Middle Managers Better Leaders

Don't treat middle managers like forgotten middle children. Here are some ways to improve middle leadership, engagement and satisfaction.
Heather R. Huhman
To Be Successful, Do Only What You Do Best
Success

To Be Successful, Do Only What You Do Best

Every successful entrepreneur has something they do well. Find what you do best and do it often.
Steve Tobak
Work-Life Compatibility: Why and How Leaders Should Promote It
Employee Training

Work-Life Compatibility: Why and How Leaders Should Promote It

Offering your employees optional workshops on stress management, personal finance and work-life balance could be a smart move for business owners.
Marty Fukuda
20 Rewards Your Employees -- and Budget -- Will Love (Infographic)
Infographics

20 Rewards Your Employees -- and Budget -- Will Love (Infographic)

Here are some ways to show your appreciation without opening your wallet.
Carly Okyle
5 Tips for Leading Millennials
Millennials

5 Tips for Leading Millennials

Take these steps to connect with the newest generation in the workforce.
Why You Need Emotional Intelligence to Run Your Family Business
Family Businesses

Why You Need Emotional Intelligence to Run Your Family Business

Owning a family business isn't for the faint of heart -- and it requires a fair amount of heart itself.
Daphne Mallory
The One Productivity Hack Every Entrepreneur Needs to Incorporate
Time Management

The One Productivity Hack Every Entrepreneur Needs to Incorporate

How following the "do/build" model of work made me a more productive leader.
David Saef
10 Ways to Have Better Check-Ins With Your Employees
Meetings

10 Ways to Have Better Check-Ins With Your Employees

To ensure one-on-one meetings are productive, managers need to maximize their time while also providing information employees can use.
Craig Cincotta
Before Starting Out, Pick up the Basics on Someone Else's Dime
Employee Training

Before Starting Out, Pick up the Basics on Someone Else's Dime

Learn from the ground up by working with an entrepreneur.
David Frogel
8 CEOs Who Amassed a Fortune Before Age 30 (Infographic)
Infographics

8 CEOs Who Amassed a Fortune Before Age 30 (Infographic)

Young, rich and brainy. It's an envious trifecta. Elon Musk fits the bill. Who else made the luxe list?
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Richard Branson's No. 1 Success Secret: Looking for the Best in Others (VIDEO)
Leadership

Richard Branson's No. 1 Success Secret: Looking for the Best in Others (VIDEO)

In a wide-ranging and contemplative interview on Necker Island, the billionaire discusses his invigorating morning routine, how frustration can fuel the best business ideas and more.
Geoff Weiss
The Unexpected Benefits of Doing the Unexpected
surprise

The Unexpected Benefits of Doing the Unexpected

Surprise the people around you, in business and relationships. You might end up surprised yourself.
Steve Tobak
Why Leaders Lack Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence

Why Leaders Lack Emotional Intelligence

Should leaders be hired and rewarded solely because of tenure and recent monetary achievements? Some say a skill in inspiring others to excel is more important.
Travis Bradberry