Managing Employees

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3 Skills to Prevent Leadership Burnout

Strategies to help you feel more empowered and confident through all of your company's challenges.

What Your Business Can Learn From March Madness

Four lessons on teambuilding from the NCAA basketball tournament.

What 3 Companies Are Doing to Keep Employees Healthy

Can going to work help you get fit and lose weight? It can at one of these three companies.

Zappos' Secrets to Building an Empowering Company Culture

Five key elements to building a customer and employee-centric culture from Zappos' culture coach.

4 Reasons Telecommuting Can Be Bad for Business

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer stirred controversy this week by requiring employees report to the office, but not everyone thinks it's a bad idea.

Biggest Mistakes: Skillshare on Knowing Your Strengths -- And Weaknesses

When the education-sharing platform began hiring employees, making benefits decisions soon became a priority. But co-founder Michael Karnjanaprakorn now says he should have left that task up to a professional.

Lessons in Leadership From the Latest D.C. Debacle

Of course, getting Congress to move in lockstep with the White House is obviously a challenge. But the latest impasse could offer some lessons for entrepreneurs in similar predicaments.

Why Over-Optimism Can Crush Your Company

While painting your startup in the best light can generate attention from the media and investors. Just be careful to not to start also believing the hype.

Inside 3 Inspiring Workplaces

Successful entrepreneurs take us on a tour of their amazing offices and explain how their work environment inspires creativity.

How to Create an Effective Office Romance Policy

You can't prevent love from blossoming at work, but you can manage how it affects your business. Here are five elements of a good office romance policy.

Redefining Love at Work: How to Foster a Sense of Connection

Why love can make your company more creative and productive, plus four tips to help you lead a more connected workplace.

How to Handle Emotional Outbursts at Work

From yelling to crying to laughing -- here's the triage plan for managing three big emotional flare-ups.

The 5 Employees Every Small Business Needs

It's critical to make sure each employee fulfills the right role needed for your company's overall success.

4 Tips for Overcoming the Top Challenge Young Entrepreneurs Face

If you thought finding funding was hard, here's one pain point that's making young entrepreneurs at large cringe.

What Really Motivates Employees? [Infographic]

Money isn't always the biggest motivator. Here's a look at what your employees really want.

4 Tips for Balancing Friendship and Business

Tech expert Prerna Gupta on the importance of keeping your team at a professional distance.

Young Boss? 5 Tips for Hiring Older Workers

Chuck Cohn launched Varsity Tutors at age 21, yet he still managed to successfully employ workers of all stripes. Here are his top hiring tips for young founders.

Why the Best Managers Ask the Most Questions

One easy technique can empower your employees to solve their own problems. Here are four exercises to get you asking more questions.

The Pros and Cons of Peer Review

Four things to consider to make peer reviews more effective.

What Your Desk Says About You

Understanding the personality clues behind what we keep on our desks.

Time Starved? How to Keep Meetings Short

Lengthy meetings can be the bane of ambitious business owners. Here's a plan for training employees to get to the point quickly and solve problems for you.

Whatever You Do, Don't Not Delegate: Tips for Cultivating Great Employees

Delegating is the second-hardest thing for an entrepreneur to do. The hardest is not delegating.

4 Management Lessons From a Company With Five CEOs

What your business can learn from a company with a very unconventional management structure.

4 Leadership Lessons From Abraham Lincoln

What small-business owners can learn about management and leadership from the 16th president.

Whatever You Do, Don't Not Delegate: 8 Tips for Cultivating Keen Employees

Delegating is the second-hardest thing for an entrepreneur to do. The hardest is not delegating.

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