Leadership

What the 1996 Everest Disaster Teaches About Leadership
Leadership Qualities

What the 1996 Everest Disaster Teaches About Leadership

When leaders fall prey to analytical bias and unexamined assumptions, the consequences can be very bad.
Murray Newlands
This Company Is Offering Discounts to Fight Sexist Product Pricing
News and Trends

This Company Is Offering Discounts to Fight Sexist Product Pricing

Bulk shopping platform Boxed is reducing prices on women's products that are more expensive than the same items made for men.
Nina Zipkin
3 Secrets to Franchising Success
Franchise Success Stories

3 Secrets to Franchising Success

Ongoing training and engagement are the keys to success for all concerned in the franchising relationship.
Lewis Schiff
Live Your Own Life, Not Someone Else's
Leadership

Live Your Own Life, Not Someone Else's

Don't fall into the trap of letting others' opinions dictate your actions.
Steve Tobak
Nervous About the New DOL Overtime Rules? 4 Steps to Implement Cultural Change
Company Culture

Nervous About the New DOL Overtime Rules? 4 Steps to Implement Cultural Change

With the new Department of Labor overtime regulations looming, businesses might want to try these four tactics to preserve their company culture.
Tony Delmercado
The Responsibility of a True Leader Is to Be a Great Coach
Leadership

The Responsibility of a True Leader Is to Be a Great Coach

You're not giving up your vision, you're trusting your executive team to execute it.
Tracy Byrnes
7 Tasks You Do Every Day That Waste Time and Cost Your Business Money
Productivity

7 Tasks You Do Every Day That Waste Time and Cost Your Business Money

Make sure your employees aren't engaging in these time-wasting activities.
John Boitnott
4 Ways to Not Stop Employees From Wasting Time
Productivity

4 Ways to Not Stop Employees From Wasting Time

Restrictions and overreactions on the employer's part don't solve the problem.
Andre Lavoie
How NBA Superstar Amar'e Stoudemire Handles Business On and Off the Court
Video

How NBA Superstar Amar'e Stoudemire Handles Business On and Off the Court

He retired from the NBA but is just getting started.
Conrad Martin
How This On-Demand Startup Founder Manages His Time
Radicals & Visionaries

How This On-Demand Startup Founder Manages His Time

Jeremiah Green, CEO and co-founder of Eat Purely, notes how people are structuring their lives in new ways thanks to technology.
Workplace Wisdom Comes From Being Both Vulnerable and Courageous
Leadership

Workplace Wisdom Comes From Being Both Vulnerable and Courageous

Diversity of thought fuels wisdom. If you are courageous and wise enough to accept this fact, you will not be afraid to be more vulnerable, take ownership of this mindset, and lead the new normal.
Glenn Llopis
Use These Green Beret Tactics to Shut Down a Meeting Bully
Psychology

Use These Green Beret Tactics to Shut Down a Meeting Bully

Win a war of words before anyone opens their mouth.
Dan Bova
4 Ways to Break Out of a Creative Rut
Creativity

4 Ways to Break Out of a Creative Rut

Here's a useful exercise to lift that creative block.
Marty Fukuda
5 Myths About Job Flexibility We Should Eliminate Once and for All
Flexible Work Arrangements

5 Myths About Job Flexibility We Should Eliminate Once and for All

The myths behind why companies refuse to loosen the reins for employees' work schedules are being busted, and employees are ready for this productive change.
Heather R. Huhman