Managing Employees

7 Ways to Manage Someone Whose Job You Can't Do
Managing Employees

7 Ways to Manage Someone Whose Job You Can't Do

It happens all the time -- being put in a position to manage someone doing a job you cannot do yourself. Here's how to help that person along in other ways.
Marty Fukuda
6 Tips to Success From a 7-Time Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur Mindset

6 Tips to Success From a 7-Time Entrepreneur

Levi King says doing what others aren't willing to do and knowing how others see you are just a couple of things you can do to rise to the top.
Carol Roth
5 Things Mother Teresa Never Said That Can Nevertheless Inspire the Hell Out of You
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5 Things Mother Teresa Never Said That Can Nevertheless Inspire the Hell Out of You

The soon-to-be saint is one of the most-misquoted women in history. On the bright side, the quotes still resonate.
Ray Hennessey
Why the Founder of KIND Doesn't Use the Word 'Employee'
Managing Employees

Why the Founder of KIND Doesn't Use the Word 'Employee'

Daniel Lubetzky says he wants every person at his company to feel like an owner.
Catherine Clifford
How This Young CEO Made the Transition From Founder to Leader
Ready To Launch

How This Young CEO Made the Transition From Founder to Leader

3-D printed insole company SOLS' chief executive talks raising money and managing a large team as a young female founder.
Laura Entis
Limor Fried of Adafruit: Your Cause Should Be the Engine That Drives Your Company Forward
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Limor Fried of Adafruit: Your Cause Should Be the Engine That Drives Your Company Forward

The founder and CEO of the engineering kits manufacturer says that the company's goal of inspiring future makers makes 'management so easy.'
Catherine Clifford
Creating an Alternative to the Office Holiday Party
Holiday Parties

Creating an Alternative to the Office Holiday Party

Christmas parties aren't the only way to spread holiday cheer around the office.
Lisa Evans
This CEO Never Expected to Be a CEO. And She Says That's Her Secret Weapon.
Limor Fried

This CEO Never Expected to Be a CEO. And She Says That's Her Secret Weapon.

Limor Fried, the founder and CEO of Adafruit, explains her approach to being a boss.
Catherine Clifford
3 Ways to Know If You Have the Right Team for 2016 and Beyond
Managing Employees

3 Ways to Know If You Have the Right Team for 2016 and Beyond

Ask yourself these three questions, and you'll be able to determine which employees are truly the right fit at your company.
Paul Mandell
5 Ways to Make Your Employees Your Greatest Brand Advocates
Data-Driven Marketing

5 Ways to Make Your Employees Your Greatest Brand Advocates

An employee-advocacy program can be a powerful thing.
Heather R. Huhman
20 Reasons to Let Your Employees Work From Home
Working From Home

20 Reasons to Let Your Employees Work From Home

Forget the office grind. Productivity thrives when workers don't have to leave their house.
Cynthia Johnson
How to Lead a Caring Company Culture
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How to Lead a Caring Company Culture

If you make their contentment a priority, you're more likely to cultivate dependable, passionate employees for the long term.
Matt Cronin
7 Mistakes Leaders Make That Drives Everyone Crazy
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7 Mistakes Leaders Make That Drives Everyone Crazy

Here are the mistakes that kill morale and advice on how leaders can do right with employees.
Travis Bradberry
How to Overcome the Greatest Risk to Your Company's Agenda
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How to Overcome the Greatest Risk to Your Company's Agenda

Using people analytics, business leaders can pull back the shroud and decode the mysterious inner workings of their organization.
Zachary Johnson