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Choosing the right location for a company can be a challenge. Weigh the community, the competition and costs.
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Aim for for the gold standard when conducing individual reviews. Create an environment where ongoing evaluation is a welcomed aspect of workplace culture not a loathsome ritual.
The degree of confidence we exhibit can be just as important as the level of competence we deliver in determining our success in a range of situations.
Using author Tom Corley as inspiration, here's a checklist to the best things in life.
Select the correct method by weighing the task at hand, the recipient, a message's urgency and the potential risk of a misunderstanding.
Reap the full benefits of your moments in the spotlight. Share the highlights before, during and after.
Candid feedback from past clients can prompt potential buyers to move forward with a purchase.
During those regular gatherings to discuss individual employee performance and goals, vary the setting, format and agenda for better results.
Anyone can learn how to access intuition and make better calls.
Websites without clear labels, that require multiple clicks to get to the most important stuff, and otherwise frustrate can serve as an example of what not to do.
Maybe you've figured out how to work uninterrupted. Now learn how to prioritize and allocate the right hours or minutes to tasks.
Value your contacts and they will value you. Entrepreneurs swear by their connections. But sometimes they swear at them as well.
Many business leaders and organizations are predisposed to say no, thereby quashing experimentation and innovation. Here's how to welcome new ideas and tactics.
Consider how to truly listen to another colleague. You'll arrive at better discussions, decisions and results.
Fall is the time to plan ahead so you can launch the new year as a profitable one.
A CEO reflects on the essential qualities a startup must keep in mind when scaling up in size and trying to preserve its open culture.
Close the gender gap one leader at a time.
Searching for new, paying clients? Here's what you need to know to score opportunities for small businesses and women- or minority-owned firms.
Keep your head above water while dealing with all the tactical things that cry out for an entrepreneur's attention every day.
For an investor to bet on your startup, create a compelling case about your company's capabilities.
Some workers have opted out of the advancement track. But they still deserve your attention. Offer them more training or other ways to stay engaged and productive.
Wait, a fun meeting? Is that a real thing?
You must be single-minded when it comes to your business. It will overshadow everything else. Just watch out for one key area.