Leadership

White Lies Are Hurting Your Business. How to Stop Them.
Inspiring Your Team

White Lies Are Hurting Your Business. How to Stop Them.

Your organization and in fact all organizations need to establish a culture of "constructive candor," encouraging honest communication.
Dev Ittycheria
Straight Talk: What a Lifelong Love of Poker Taught Me About Business
Managing Risk

Straight Talk: What a Lifelong Love of Poker Taught Me About Business

Poker is a high-wire act that any CEO could recognize. You're managing risk at all times, and you're making decisions based on insufficient information.
Zach Ferres
9 Tips Guaranteed to Build a Winning Team
Take It From The Pros

9 Tips Guaranteed to Build a Winning Team

Take a hands-on approach without being overbearing; give clear instructions but allow your team the freedom to improvise.
Sherrie Campbell
Breaking the Glass Ceiling Starts With Changing Workplace Culture
Inspiring Your Team

Breaking the Glass Ceiling Starts With Changing Workplace Culture

At the eighth annual Women in the World New York Summit, four female executives discussed the cultural factors that have led to fewer women in leadership roles.
Lydia Belanger
Cultivating Humanity: 3 Vital Skills for Today's Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneur Mindset

Cultivating Humanity: 3 Vital Skills for Today's Entrepreneurs

How Travis Kalanick and Brian Chesky found success with uniquely human traits.
Riccardo Campione
This Founder Shares the Mindset That Helps Her Stay On Track
Business Moving Forward

This Founder Shares the Mindset That Helps Her Stay On Track

Generating $1 billion in sales for retailers, the founder of RewardStyle now realizes you can't please everyone. Instead, think about what you want for the long haul.
Nina Zipkin
How to Grow Your Company Without Losing Its Culture
Startup Culture

How to Grow Your Company Without Losing Its Culture

Hiring dilutes your culture unless, along with resumes and skill sets, you look at a candidate's personal alignment with your company's core values.
Meghan M. Biro
What First-Time Presidents and Entrepreneurs Have in Common
Leadership

What First-Time Presidents and Entrepreneurs Have in Common

First-time presidents and entrepreneurs benefit from being the new kids in town. Everyone is curious about what they'll do, and they have the freedom to shape their legacies around bold, innovative initiatives.
Hossein Rahnama
4 Actions to Help You Recover From a Crushed Dream
Dreams

4 Actions to Help You Recover From a Crushed Dream

Injury forced this promising NFL player out of his first and only pro game. Here's how he recovered from his personal tragedy and how you can, too.
Matt Mayberry
Why Business Leaders Make the Best Social Entrepreneurs
America's Small Business Heroes

Why Business Leaders Make the Best Social Entrepreneurs

You'll have way more to give back and a far better chance of achieving an impact by starting out in the business world.
Steve Tobak
4 Ways to Reinvent Yourself After Hitting Rock Bottom
America's Small Business Heroes

4 Ways to Reinvent Yourself After Hitting Rock Bottom

We envy people who enjoyed meteoric success but we most respect the people who were knocked down and got back up.
Calvin Wayman
Creating Space for Introverts to Flex Their Superpower
Introverts

Creating Space for Introverts to Flex Their Superpower

Your managers can potentially impact employee retention for the better by adopting a tailored approach to your introverted staff.
Pratik Dholakiya
5 Simple Ways to Manage Employee Morale During Company Change
Employee Morale

5 Simple Ways to Manage Employee Morale During Company Change

Budget cuts and hiring freezes are likely to affect employee morale and overall workplace productivity. So are social and personal tensions. How are you responding?
Andre Lavoie
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