Recognize the power of getting past 'no.'
Failure sucks. But pick yourself up, cop to your mistakes and start a new business, already.
Today's leadership is less about the business defining the individual and much more about the individual defining the business.
The point is, some companies are failing to communicate their values from the top down.
Use this research to find out if you are an optimist, a pessimist, green with envy or a trusting soul.
Before saying any one of these statements, review in your mind how it will be received.
Start today to mend the perception gap at your company. Here are 3 ways.
Turbulent times call for a judicious application of cost cutting and clear-eyed risk taking, of strong leadership and shared sacrifice. All hands on deck.
Small Business Growth
Small business owners could always use a friend in the White House but they will continue to succeed whoever is elected President.
For employers, relinquishing control of the brand can be hard. But think of the upsides -- and they do exist.
Exalt the title CEO less and look at it more as just a tough job you need help to do as well as you can.
Whether voters are with her or want to make America great again might well depend on how they're hardwired to respect collaboration or a more direct approach.
Populism reflects worry about the economy and sagging faith in political institutions. Insightful business leaders will respond by offering stability and purpose.
Make More Happen
Steven Izen, founder and CEO of lifestyle brand Lokai, talks about how he handled a company setback -- even when he had no control.