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Neurotic? It's a Good Thing.

Neurotic? It's a Good Thing.

Some of the most brilliant innovators and entrepreneurs are anything but normal. After all, passion and obsession are two sides of the same coin.
3 Powerful Ways to Say 'Thank You'

3 Powerful Ways to Say 'Thank You'

A simple note of appreciation can go a long way with employees and clients alike. Here's how to do it right.
Richard Branson on Increasing Employee Engagement

Richard Branson on Increasing Employee Engagement

Success in business is all about people, people, people.
How These Sibling Franchisees Built an Empire

How These Sibling Franchisees Built an Empire

Brothers Joe and Allen Hertzman, who own six Long John Silver's, 13 Rally's and 24 Papa John's Pizza units, share what's in their secret franchising sauce.
8 Leadership Mistakes That Others Made So You Don't Have To

8 Leadership Mistakes That Others Made So You Don't Have To

Avoid these errors in your first 100 days in the top position to ensure the success of your venture.
What Makes a Great Boss?

What Makes a Great Boss?

Managing is an art form. True leadership takes even more hard work.
9 Ways to Manage Underperforming Employees

9 Ways to Manage Underperforming Employees

Guide employees who are not delivering the goods to re-engage all while reinforcing a positive company culture.
Should That Employee Be Fired? Ask These 5 Questions First.

Should That Employee Be Fired? Ask These 5 Questions First.

Terminating a worker is a big decision that should be done with care, so carefully evaluate these factors before taking any action.
4 Ways to Manage Remote Employees

4 Ways to Manage Remote Employees

With more people working remotely, entrepreneurs and executives need to adjust their management style. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Leadership Lessons From a Corporate Trailblazer Who Has Managed 70,000 Employees

Leadership Lessons From a Corporate Trailblazer Who Has Managed 70,000 Employees

Vicki Escarra started her professional career as a flight attendant and eventually became Delta's first female executive. Today, she heads up a global finance network for entrepreneurs in underprivileged countries around the world. Here's what she's learned along the way.
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.
Dinner Lab Founder: Email Sucks and Other Advice on Building Company Culture

Dinner Lab Founder: Email Sucks and Other Advice on Building Company Culture

When your employees are scattered across the country, catalyzing a sense of camaraderie among them can be a challenge. Here’s how one startup does it.
How to Sharpen Your Team's Professionalism Without Dulling Creativity

How to Sharpen Your Team's Professionalism Without Dulling Creativity

That thrilling startup exuberance is intoxicating but you have to be sober to get stuff done.
Why the Founder of Papa John's Doesn’t Believe in Managing Employees

Why the Founder of Papa John's Doesn’t Believe in Managing Employees

John Schnatter, father of the global billion-dollar pizza franchise, explains how he builds a ‘culture of entrepreneurship’ that encourages employees to motivate themselves.
How to Lead Your Team Through Change

How to Lead Your Team Through Change

These eight tips can help you take a bold new direction at your company.
How to Get Better at Remembering Names

How to Get Better at Remembering Names

With a few simple tricks, you can steer clear of an embarrassing name slip-up later.
How to Communicate With Your First Employee

How to Communicate With Your First Employee

This hire marks the beginning of your becoming a manager of staff. Here's how to do things right.
How to Manage Your Own Kids as Summer Employees

How to Manage Your Own Kids as Summer Employees

Hiring your own children can have a ton of advantages, provided you do it right.
Big Organizational Challenges Can Be Overcome With Transparency

Big Organizational Challenges Can Be Overcome With Transparency

Being open and honest with employees can solve issues such as low morale, poor engagement and turnover.
How to Handle Large Changes in Sales Volume

How to Handle Large Changes in Sales Volume

The easiest way to wrest back control over a roller-coaster sales cycle is by managing the pricing of your products or services.
Words Do Matter In Workplace Communication

Words Do Matter In Workplace Communication

Leaders must start paying more attention to the words they use to make their messages more powerful, inspirational and motivational.
Distracted and Overwhelmed Employees Are Costing You Big. Try These 3 Fixes.

Distracted and Overwhelmed Employees Are Costing You Big. Try These 3 Fixes.

Workers are checking their phones a staggering amount each day, according to a recent survey.
Why the Future of Work Is Already Here

Why the Future of Work Is Already Here

Skeptical of allowing employees to work remotely? Don't be. Here are five steps to getting started and getting more productivity from employees.
This Food-Tech Startup's Secret Sauce: Employees First, Customers Second

This Food-Tech Startup's Secret Sauce: Employees First, Customers Second

Dinner Lab, which hosts pop-up dinners in overlooked, underused spaces across the country, empowers its staff with an important sense of ownership.
Attention Entrepreneurs: Compromise, But Never Compromise Your Standards

Attention Entrepreneurs: Compromise, But Never Compromise Your Standards

A cautionary tale, and some questions to consider when collaborating and facing a major compromise.
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