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A manual for sharpening your contrition skills.
How the Female Co-founders of Of a Kind Strengthened Their Partnership and Learned the Value of a Good Fight
In their new book, 'Work Wife,' Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur examine the strength of female partnerships, and explore their own entrepreneurial evolution.
6 Strategies for Leaders Who Want to Flood Their Workplace With Great Ideas
Your perspective isn't the most important one in the room.
How to Deal With the 7 Most-Challenging Workplace Personality Types
Plus: What to do if you're (gasp!) one of them.
What's Worse Than a Micromanager? Meet the 'Lawnmower' Leader
Stepping in to solve your team members' problems robs them of the opportunity to develop crucial skills.
The Importance of Candor and Other Lessons From a Former White House Chief of Staff
Structuring an environment that ensures trust among team members and then defending its integrity amid high-stakes workplace intrigue are leadership skills all founders need.
5 Characteristics of a Culture That Develops and Executes Breakthrough Ideas
Innovation happens by design. Build it in to your company, and it will show through in your results and relationships with customers.
5 Ways to Keep Your Head When Things Get Testy in the Workplace
Cooling down after a confrontation takes focus and insight.
Using Email to Resolve Conflicts Is a Reliable Way of Making Everything Worse
If you're solution to the problem is anything more complicated than "I am really sorry, it's all my fault'' you need to talk to the person.