Managing Employees

5 Ways Women Tend to Be More Engaging Bosses
Managing Employees

5 Ways Women Tend to Be More Engaging Bosses

There is mounting evidence that employees generally prefer women managers.
Heather R. Huhman
How the Founder of Squarespace Mastered the Tricky Role of CEO
Leadership

How the Founder of Squarespace Mastered the Tricky Role of CEO

Anthony Casalena started the website builder in his dorm room in 2003. Eleven years and hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue later, he's still running the company.
Laura Entis
MailChimp's Founder on How to Get Your Business from 'Startup to Grown Up'
If I Knew Then

MailChimp's Founder on How to Get Your Business from 'Startup to Grown Up'

Ben Chestnut, the email-marketing service's co-founder and CEO, lays out the philosophy that influences every part of his company.
Nina Zipkin
5 Essentials for Cultivating Intrapreneurial Employees
Company Culture

5 Essentials for Cultivating Intrapreneurial Employees

Business owners who want employees to "take ownership'' need to reinvent how they hire, manage and reward their team.
Dixie Gillaspie
6 Key Ways to Maximize Your Introverted Employees' Strengths
Introverts

6 Key Ways to Maximize Your Introverted Employees' Strengths

By setting up the right working environment your introverted employees will become some of your company's greatest assets.
Matthew Arrington
The Value of Butting Out: How to Stop Micromanaging
Managing Employees

The Value of Butting Out: How to Stop Micromanaging

With better access to information, the hovering micromanager who needs to direct every employee action and check in on every decision has no role.
Michael Pryor
4 Ways to Bring Your Organizational Values to Life
Company Culture

4 Ways to Bring Your Organizational Values to Life

These beliefs help build a strong team foundation and an even stronger company culture. Why not show them off?
Andre Lavoie
4 Steps to Getting the Best Out of Your Employees
Managing Employees

4 Steps to Getting the Best Out of Your Employees

Effectively managing people is difficult and no one is born knowing how to do it. Fortunately, it can be learned.
Doug and Polly White
4 Secrets to Highly Successful Family-Owned Businesses
Family Businesses

4 Secrets to Highly Successful Family-Owned Businesses

The son of the late founder of the largest family-owned and operated RV manufacturer in the world discusses how they keep the company going strong.
Stacey Alcorn
What the Office of the Future Might Look Like (Infographic)
Predictions

What the Office of the Future Might Look Like (Infographic)

Researchers predict a workforce driven by technology, individual choice and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Nina Zipkin
5 Management Mistakes Almost Every New Entrepreneur Makes
Managing Employees

5 Management Mistakes Almost Every New Entrepreneur Makes

In practice, managing people is far more challenging than most aspiring business owners realize.
Jayson DeMers
How Leaders Can Best Manage Conflict Within Their Teams
Conflict

How Leaders Can Best Manage Conflict Within Their Teams

Any disconnection or dispute can be turned into an opportunity for team members to understand each other better, as well as increase connection and trust.
Tell Us: What's the Strangest Thing You've Found an Employee Doing on the Job?
Managing Employees

Tell Us: What's the Strangest Thing You've Found an Employee Doing on the Job?

We want to know your favorite weird office anecdotes.
Nina Zipkin
8 Ways to Get Your Team Thinking Creatively Like Children
Creativity

8 Ways to Get Your Team Thinking Creatively Like Children

Want to encourage an anything-goes mindset? Look no further than the pint-sized inspirations around us.
Peter Gasca