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Start by treating people with respect. It's as simple as that.
Everyone benefits from a values-based culture.
Bad habits are terribly persistent, until you learn where the weak links are.
Culture is essentially the glue that binds a company together, and it starts at the top with the CEO.
A new study finds that this trait lets you perceive more than one thing at a time.
Think of your company culture like a house's foundation. If it's poorly designed and executed, one bad storm could cause it to crumble.
While you may never pitch your business on 'Shark Tank,' this entrepreneur's experience shows there are lessons you can apply to any pitch meeting.
Some people are naturally inclined to be more emotionally intelligence, but it's a skill and awareness that can be developed over time.
The typical American worker, and probably all entrepreneurs, would get more done if they stopped working so much.