News and Articles About Personality
Just because you own a franchise, a business with proven systems and tested procedures, doesnt mean you can kick back and chillax.
Learn how to make your message stand out in the crowd by being fresh, relevant and interesting, and sharing and engaging with fellow community members.
Do the following traits, characteristics and quirks describe you?
While every leadership style is different, every boss should steer clear of these negative traits.
How to temper a co-worker who smashes everyone's ideas.
The fashion-retail founder explains why entrepreneurs shouldn't be afraid to veer off of the prescribed track, why it is okay for them to make mistakes and how founders should strive to be like Indiana Jones.
Understanding the way we tick might help us to tick even better.
The key to being a great leader is not to avoid emotion but to avoid letting it get the best of you when dealing with investors, employees and customers.
There has a lot written about managing teams but perhaps entrepreneurs need to just focus on a simple assessment.
Employees are what the staffing industry is all about, so here's how to make sure you get good ones who'll help you grow your business.
Scott Salyers, the supervising casting producer for ABCs hit show, offers tips for pitching investors.
Here are the easy-to-implement suggestions of a formerly shy girl who's now a CEO coach.
Economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett's new book explains how the executive suite has eluded female managers.
We spend a lot of time at work, so why not turn professional relationships into real friendships?
Before deciding to go into business for yourself, take a deep look at your financial state and personality traits.
As he gets ready to buy the LA Clippers basketball team, a look back at the former Microsoft CEO's most unusual public antics.
Instead of delegating tasks and mentoring staff, some entrepreneurs forget to train. Innovation and success are stifled.
In this podcast, Lewis Howes chats with Ryan Holiday, author of 'The Obstacle Is the Way.'
It helps to be naturally outgoing when selling your great idea but introverts who learn their strengths and venture from their comfort zones need not shy away from success.
In this video, entrepreneur and online marketing expert John Rampton talks about the one surefire thing that could point to a person being a born entrepreneur.
A subtle but important trait of the most successful entrepreneurs is the ability to manage uncertainty and strategically problem solve.
A new study indicates personal drive is more important than specific skills.
If you're not a gregarious tech entrepreneur, are you an entrepreneur at all?
Everyone has ideas, but it takes a certain personality to successfully leave behind the security of a day job.