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When Is It Appropriate to Ask for a Favor?

When Is It Appropriate to Ask for a Favor?

Building deep referral relationships is almost completely dependent upon the social capital you have built with someone.
Why Leaders Don't Behave the Way They Should

Why Leaders Don't Behave the Way They Should

We are creatures of evolution. That's why taking a calm, measured approach to management is always easier said than done.
Should You Fire an Employee Who Lies?

Should You Fire an Employee Who Lies?

5 factors to consider before handing over a pink slip because of a white lie.
What Kind of Entrepreneur Are You?

What Kind of Entrepreneur Are You?

These four entrepreneur types can help you determine which qualities most drive your entrepreneurial spirit and what that means for your business.
Focus on Passion, Not Labels

Focus on Passion, Not Labels

I have started, managed and guided a range of businesses. But I never considered myself an entrepreneur. Why? Because I never got caught up in labels.
How to Save Any Presentation From a Technology Meltdown

How to Save Any Presentation From a Technology Meltdown

Don't let a technology glitch or mistake ruin your next presentation. Here are four ways to save any presentation from disaster.
Why Running a Restaurant Doesn't Have to Rule Your Life

Why Running a Restaurant Doesn't Have to Rule Your Life

Using the right tools and strategies to run your business will give you more time to be with your family.
Why You're 2 Steps Away From a More Productive Day

Why You're 2 Steps Away From a More Productive Day

Sometimes getting more done is just a matter of changing how you react to interruptions. Here are two easy strategies to start using now.
How to Motivate Employees in Less Than 5 Minutes

How to Motivate Employees in Less Than 5 Minutes

Motivating your team can be more art than science, but here are four techniques that work.
Swap Seats, Change Your Company? Why Where You Sit Matters

Swap Seats, Change Your Company? Why Where You Sit Matters

From enhancing daily interactions to finding more efficient ways of accomplishing tasks, the right office seating approach can make a big difference in your business.
10 Qualities Every Leader of The Future Needs to Have

10 Qualities Every Leader of The Future Needs to Have

Aggressive, result-driven leaders have long been considered the best entrepreneurs. But collaboration and communication are proving to be far more valuable these days.
5 Ways You Might be Undermining Your Authority

5 Ways You Might be Undermining Your Authority

Are these habits hurting your influence in the workplace? An expert tells you how to identify and correct them.
Condé Nast Ends Intern Program, Raising Question: Are Internships About the Money?

Condé Nast Ends Intern Program, Raising Question: Are Internships About the Money?

With the demise of Condé Nast’s unpaid internship program, we wonder whether the importance of money has eclipsed the value of experience.
Unlocking the Power of Accountability With Your Employees

Unlocking the Power of Accountability With Your Employees

Employees with ownership and clear expectations from above always perform better. Here's how to foster accountability.
7 Ways Managers Can Strategize More Effectively in the Digital Age (Infographic)

7 Ways Managers Can Strategize More Effectively in the Digital Age (Infographic)

Check out these seven steps to better utilize digital tools to innovate in your company.
3 Ways to Make Your Business More Efficient

3 Ways to Make Your Business More Efficient

Most inefficiencies at work come down to a lack of clarity. Here's how to address the three main culprits.
How to Get Out of Your Own Way

How to Get Out of Your Own Way

There are three situations guaranteed to land you and your business in the mud. The only way to get out is to see these problems for what they are and move forward. Ready?
How to Protect Corporate Culture in a Telecommuting World

How to Protect Corporate Culture in a Telecommuting World

If office culture is important to you, ask yourself these questions when mulling a telecommuting policy.
The Most Common Bottlenecks Holding Your Business Back (Infographic)

The Most Common Bottlenecks Holding Your Business Back (Infographic)

Are complicated processes and poor communication keeping you from getting work done? You're not alone.
5 Signs You're Expecting More From Employees Than They Can Give

5 Signs You're Expecting More From Employees Than They Can Give

Entitled leaders often make the worst managers and bosses. Here are five entitlement traps to avoid when running your own business.
Leadership: Nature or Nurture?

Leadership: Nature or Nurture?

While inherited characteristics may give some an edge, leaders require skill development and training. Here are four essential leadership traits that are a combination of nature and nurture.
5 Ways to Coach Your Employees to The Top of Their Game

5 Ways to Coach Your Employees to The Top of Their Game

Coaching a sports team and running a company have quite a few things in common. Here are five ways to take a page from the coaching book.
Why It Pays to Be a Jerk Like Jeff Bezos

Why It Pays to Be a Jerk Like Jeff Bezos

A new book about Amazon's CEO that comes out next week gives readers an intimate look at the leader's harsh temperament. But Bezos is onto something. Here's why.
5 Steps to Better Performance Reviews

5 Steps to Better Performance Reviews

How to conduct year-end reviews that are practical, meaningful and motivational for employees.
Why Your Business Partner Should Be Nothing Like You

Why Your Business Partner Should Be Nothing Like You

Having a partner with drastically different experience, skills and ways of communicating can help you run your business better.
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