Leadership

4 Success Habits You Can Learn From Jeff Bezos, the World's Third Richest Person
Radicals & Visionaries

4 Success Habits You Can Learn From Jeff Bezos, the World's Third Richest Person

Check out these habits that helped the CEO and founder of Amazon drive his company to the top.
Carolyn Sun
When Good Sales Promotions Go Bad
Customer Experience

When Good Sales Promotions Go Bad

Murphy's Law offers the insight, but only the best managers act in anticipation to mitigate its effects. Here's how.
Phil La Duke
Getting Your Team Passionate for the Mission Is What Makes a Good Leader
Leadership

Getting Your Team Passionate for the Mission Is What Makes a Good Leader

All leaders need a mission to inspire their teams and keep people motivated.
Spencer Rascoff
Why Honest Customer Service Policies Are Good for Business
Customer Experience

Why Honest Customer Service Policies Are Good for Business

L.L. Bean offers a 'lifetime' guarantee on its products. Isn't that pricey for the company? Not if you keep talking about it.
Firas Kittaneh
These Companies Just Merged and Want to Help You Find the Perfect Co-Founder
Ready To Launch

These Companies Just Merged and Want to Help You Find the Perfect Co-Founder

Onevest recently purchased FounderDating to better connect entrepreneurs with potential co-founders.
Nina Zipkin
4 Business Lessons I Learned on Summer Vacation, Trekking the Andes to Machu Picchu
Business Lessons

4 Business Lessons I Learned on Summer Vacation, Trekking the Andes to Machu Picchu

A PR exec climbed 13,000 feet to gaze upon this Incan masterpiece and took what she learned back to her business.
Monica Guzman
Does Your Onboarding Give New Employee the Urge to Flee?
New Hires

Does Your Onboarding Give New Employee the Urge to Flee?

Too often a new hire's first day is a flamboyant display of your company at its worst. Try harder to make a good first impression.
Phil La Duke
Focus on Core Strengths So You Can Run Leaner in Uncertain Times
Business Optimization

Focus on Core Strengths So You Can Run Leaner in Uncertain Times

Economic and political transitions provide the perfect incentive to define your business model and evaluate shifting opportunities.
Scott Schneider
Let's Put an End to 'Women-In-Whatever' Events
Women in Business

Let's Put an End to 'Women-In-Whatever' Events

Are women-centric undertakings actually doing more harm than good?
Jen Spencer
The Entrepreneur Behind a $200 Million Company Explains Why Mentors Just Won't Cut It
Radicals & Visionaries

The Entrepreneur Behind a $200 Million Company Explains Why Mentors Just Won't Cut It

Stephanie Horbaczewski, the co-founder and CEO of StyleHaul, dishes on the importance of finding a both mentor and a 'hitting partner.'
Nina Zipkin
A Female Founder's Tips for Fundraising
Female Entrepreneurs

A Female Founder's Tips for Fundraising

The odds may be stacked against you, but with some determination, you can get what you want.
Nancy MacIntyre
6 Ways the Tough Mudder Changes How You Think About Leadership
Leadership

6 Ways the Tough Mudder Changes How You Think About Leadership

The challenges of the race forced teammates to rely on each other and overcome obstacles to reach the finish line.
Andrew Reid
How to Destroy Your Career, Ted Cruz Style
career advice

How to Destroy Your Career, Ted Cruz Style

Be a pro and take the high road when you lose out on a job or promotion.
Steve Tobak
How to Thank Your Employees Like You Mean It in 3 Simple Steps
Company Culture

How to Thank Your Employees Like You Mean It in 3 Simple Steps

Muttering 'Thank you' isn't nearly enough. To effectively express gratitude, and reap the workplace benefits, this UC Berkeley neuroscientist says you have to speak from the heart.
Kim Lachance Shandrow