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Fight Early and Fail Fast: 15 Business Lessons in 15 Years

Fight Early and Fail Fast: 15 Business Lessons in 15 Years

There’s a lot to learn from so many years in business. Here are a few of the most important things I've picked up along the way.
5 Ways to Hire Someone Who's a Cultural Fit

5 Ways to Hire Someone Who's a Cultural Fit

Culture matters. Look for these qualities when taking on a new employee.
4 Ways to Start Preparing the Future Leaders of Your Organization Now

4 Ways to Start Preparing the Future Leaders of Your Organization Now

As we experience major demographic shifts in the workforce, it's important to adapt to the new generation of talent.
Employees Don't Think Their Bosses Can Hack It -- And Other Global Workforce Trends (Infographic)

Employees Don't Think Their Bosses Can Hack It -- And Other Global Workforce Trends (Infographic)

A look at what employees care about the most in the workplace, how millennials are being misunderstood around the office and how leaders are perceived by their workers.
Leadership Lessons From Apple CEO Tim Cook

Leadership Lessons From Apple CEO Tim Cook

Remember when everyone said Tim Cook would change Apple after Steve Jobs? He did. For the better.
5 Things CEOs Don't Ask About Marketing, But Should

5 Things CEOs Don't Ask About Marketing, But Should

A solid partnership between management and the department can lead to better results and increased profits.
What to Do When Long-Term Employees Become Managers, and Are Bad at It

What to Do When Long-Term Employees Become Managers, and Are Bad at It

Your business has grown, but an employee's skill set hasn't grown with it. Should you shift them, or get rid of them altogether?
This One Word Will Always Stifle Creativity

This One Word Will Always Stifle Creativity

Great entrepreneurs understand that great ideas can often come from really bad ones.
7 Signs a Great Employee Might Be a Bad Boss

7 Signs a Great Employee Might Be a Bad Boss

The quickest line producers might fall short in mastering the skills required of a manager. Here's a checklist of warning signs to watch out for.
Ask Your Employees These 4 Simple Questions to Elicit Productive Feedback

Ask Your Employees These 4 Simple Questions to Elicit Productive Feedback

To improve employee engagement and make positive changes in the workplace, leaders should be asking employees for their honest opinion about what is working -- or not working -- in the organization.
People Prefer Robot Bosses, Study Shows

People Prefer Robot Bosses, Study Shows

A recent study from MIT took a look at the efficiency of robot/human team work.
It Takes 3 to Run a Business

It Takes 3 to Run a Business

It may sound mystical, but 3 is a magic number when it comes to your team.
3 Reasons Your Business Isn't Growing

3 Reasons Your Business Isn't Growing

If your startup has started to stagnate after a couple of years, look no further for the cause than your leadership.
8 Ways Rookie CEOs Can Succeed Faster

8 Ways Rookie CEOs Can Succeed Faster

With little time to prove themselves, new leaders can take some quick actions and apply some foresight to gain a head start
Sam Adams Founder: 'You Can't Expect More of Your People Than You Expect of Yourself'

Sam Adams Founder: 'You Can't Expect More of Your People Than You Expect of Yourself'

Jim Koch, the founder of Boston Beer Company, gives his best leadership advice after three decades at the helm of the brewhouse that makes Sam Adams beer.
Why You Should Hire People Toughened by Failure, Not Those Coddled by Success

Why You Should Hire People Toughened by Failure, Not Those Coddled by Success

Amazon and Google discovered what the most innovative employees have in common is not how well they did at a prestige college.
How to Keep Your Workforce Engaged in the Second Half of the Year

How to Keep Your Workforce Engaged in the Second Half of the Year

Motivating your sales team is a particular challenge when summer beckons and unmet goals seem daunting.
The Secret to an Engaged Workforce and a Gossip-Free Office

The Secret to an Engaged Workforce and a Gossip-Free Office

A new generation of professionals are entering the workforce with expectations of a healthy, collaborative and transparent culture.
What Recruiters Look for in Hiring a Manager and How to Ace That Interview

What Recruiters Look for in Hiring a Manager and How to Ace That Interview

Candidates can shine not just by presenting descriptive data like a resume of accomplishments but predictive data such as plan to solve problems for a prospective employer.
Managers Can Be True Leaders Not Just Taskmasters

Managers Can Be True Leaders Not Just Taskmasters

A company president reveals the secrets he wished he knew when he was a young manager starting out.
Want Your Business to Grow? Help Your Employees Succeed.

Want Your Business to Grow? Help Your Employees Succeed.

We’ve all heard the saying that 'a team is only as strong as its weakest link,' but the number of business leaders choosing to ignore this sentiment is staggering. Don't make this mistake.
Entrepreneurs, Have No Fear of Trusting Your Employees

Entrepreneurs, Have No Fear of Trusting Your Employees

You weren't afraid of risk when you launched your business, now take the risk of trusting your team to help you grow it.
10 Steps to Quality CEO Decision-Making

10 Steps to Quality CEO Decision-Making

The buck shouldn't always stop with the CEO but, when it does, there are practical ways to come to the best decision.
4 Management Traps to Avoid at All Costs

4 Management Traps to Avoid at All Costs

While every leadership style is different, every boss should steer clear of these negative traits.

How to Start an International Travel Tour Business

Reaching out to trade and government agencies are important first steps in starting a tour business.
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