Leadership

Being a Trusted Leader: What You Need to Know As Your Company Grows
Trust

Being a Trusted Leader: What You Need to Know As Your Company Grows

The first step is to avoid any "us. vs. them" mentality.
Heather R. Huhman
How Smart People Handle Difficult People
Toxic People

How Smart People Handle Difficult People

Toxic people defy logic. Some are blissfully unaware of the negativity they spread, while others seem to derive satisfaction from creating chaos.
Travis Bradberry
When You Have a Truly Engaged Employee, Thank the Family.
Employee Engagement

When You Have a Truly Engaged Employee, Thank the Family.

The hours in the office and nights on the road is time your indispensable employee is not home.
William Bauer
How This High School Dropout Got Mark Cuban's Attention and Disrupted an Industry
Starting a Business

How This High School Dropout Got Mark Cuban's Attention and Disrupted an Industry

At SXSW, The Zebra co-founder and CEO Adam Lyons took the stage with the 'Shark Tank' star to discuss an opponent many entrepreneurs must face: the government.
Dan Bova
How to Terminate an Employee With an 'Irreplaceable' Skill
Termination

How to Terminate an Employee With an 'Irreplaceable' Skill

Cross-training employees on every job in your organization ensures that you'll never be held "hostage" to a difficult, if skilled, employee.
Doug and Polly White
How 1 Executive Became a Transformational Leader
Run a Better Business

How 1 Executive Became a Transformational Leader

"The one thing that we can all control when we show up to work is the effort that we put forth."
Matt Mayberry
Adapt to the Way People Shop, Not How You Want Them to Shop, According to this Founder
America's Small Business Heroes

Adapt to the Way People Shop, Not How You Want Them to Shop, According to this Founder

How Chrissy Crawford Corredor built a thriving art business based on her customers' habits and needs.
Dan Bova
How This CEO Learned to Set His Ego Aside and Let Employees Do Their Jobs
Growth Strategies

How This CEO Learned to Set His Ego Aside and Let Employees Do Their Jobs

Gary Cohen, CEO of EZLinks Golf LLC, says hiring employees that knew more than him has helped drive positive changes in his business.
7 Tips for a Stellar Company Retreat
Team-Building

7 Tips for a Stellar Company Retreat

Planning a company retreat can be a big undertaking, but it doesn't have to be complicated.
Kyle Zagrodzky
Why Henry Ford's Most Famous Quote Is Dead Wrong
Customer Feedback

Why Henry Ford's Most Famous Quote Is Dead Wrong

If Ford had asked people what they wanted, would they really have said 'faster horses?'
Carol Roth
Being an Entrepreneur Means Finding Profit in Your Passion
Real Entrepreneurs

Being an Entrepreneur Means Finding Profit in Your Passion

You spend more than half of your life at work so you might as well do something you love, according to this businesswoman.
Dan Bova
How to Respond When an Avalanche Hits
Success Stories

How to Respond When an Avalanche Hits

CEO and Founder of Speakeasy Guild John Winsor talks disruption, culture, and timing.
How to Lead Versus Manage, to Improve Your Team's Success
Take It From The Pros

How to Lead Versus Manage, to Improve Your Team's Success

To engage workers, step back from the day to day and focus on proactive, inspiring leadership rather than reactive, putting-out-fires management.
Bob Glazer
5 Tips for Giving Better Feedback to Creative People
Feedback

5 Tips for Giving Better Feedback to Creative People

The feedback you give -- and the way you give it -- can be the difference between a project everyone loves, and a project everyone wishes had never started in the first place.
Will Meier
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