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4 Ways to Determine If You Are Supporting an Accountable Leader
Leadership

4 Ways to Determine If You Are Supporting an Accountable Leader

Not only do leaders need to carry themselves with a high degree of accountability, their actions are what will determine if a company maintains culture of universal accountability.
Craig Cincotta
Twitter Is Bleeding Users Because 'We Suck at Dealing With Abuse and Trolls'
Twitter

Twitter Is Bleeding Users Because 'We Suck at Dealing With Abuse and Trolls'

Ahead of an earnings call today, Twitter's CEO took personal responsibility for rampant trolling on the platform in a leaked memo.
Geoff Weiss
3 Hacks for Making the Most Out of a Mentoring Relationship
Mentors

3 Hacks for Making the Most Out of a Mentoring Relationship

After choosing a sounding board, be fully committed to the relationship and open to treating each exchange as a two-way learning interaction.
Dan T Pickett
Too Busy to Think? You May Suffer From 'Hurry Sickness'
Multitasking

Too Busy to Think? You May Suffer From 'Hurry Sickness'

The ailment is hazardous to both your health and your career, says a B-school prof.
Anne Fisher
3 Leadership Qualities I Learned in the NFL to Build My Charitable Foundation
NFL Players Inc.

3 Leadership Qualities I Learned in the NFL to Build My Charitable Foundation

Some leaders are born but others invent themselves because it is the only way to achieve their vision.
Brad A. Smith
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6 Steps to Writing Your Own Definition of Success
Careers

6 Steps to Writing Your Own Definition of Success

Your explorations might lead to surprising discoveries along the networking trail. Interviews, internships and mentors can help you set your direction.
Peter S. Cohan
Why You Should Run Your Business Like Bill Belichick
Sports

Why You Should Run Your Business Like Bill Belichick

The New England Patriots coach seeks like-minded players who share the team's core values.
John Brubaker
Chipotle CEO: McDonald's Chicken Farm the 'Most Disgusting Thing'
animals

Chipotle CEO: McDonald's Chicken Farm the 'Most Disgusting Thing'

McDonald's $50 million investment in Chipotle in 1998 was a bit of a mixed blessing for the burrito giant.
Geoff Weiss
4 Essentials for Making Your Company Mission Thrive
Leadership

4 Essentials for Making Your Company Mission Thrive

A key job as the leader is inspiring innovation, engagement and action among employees. It's an ongoing process.
Bruce Cazenave
5 Ways to Help Employees Help Themselves
Managing Employees

5 Ways to Help Employees Help Themselves

Encouraging workers to be independent and confident from the get-go will have many benefits for the company's bottom line.
Andre Lavoie
Billionaire Wisdom: 8 Insights From a Quartet of the World's Most Effective Entrepreneurs
Billionaires

Billionaire Wisdom: 8 Insights From a Quartet of the World's Most Effective Entrepreneurs

Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Larry Page have harnessed technology to build companies of enormous influence and scale, says the co-author of the new book 'Bold.'
Steven Kotler
The Industry With the Happiest Employees, and How You Can Follow Its Lead
Employee Morale

The Industry With the Happiest Employees, and How You Can Follow Its Lead

There are lessons you can take to your business to boost satisfaction among your team members.
Eric Siu
What Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self?
Straight Talk

What Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self?

In this panel, women share wisdom they wish they'd had at the beginning of their careers.
Linda Lacina