Sometimes -- no, oftentimes -- two heads are better than one.
The celebrity investors have a firm grip on how to seal the deal. Never be limp, awkward or, the worst, sweaty, and be sure to make this one key connection.
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Everybody knows what they will do with the money when they get it but not everybody understands what the money will do to their lives if they don't have solid values.
Passionate action is most useful when it follows dispassionate analysis.
Rather than get down, this CEO says negativity drives him to be the best version of himself.
The first step is figuring out whether your problem is anxiety, reluctance to be held accountable or simple ignorance of what to do in the first place.
Don't trust your intuition when it comes to rating employees.
They say it's lonely at the top, but it doesn't have to be.
Backhanded compliments rooted in outdated perceptions are another subtle restraint on women rising at work.
Your staff won't tell you that you're terrible. You'll just have to figure it out yourself.
Leaders must create a strategy for change so that employees can stop losing ground and organizations can start winning again.
Roy Chomko, CEO of Adage Technologies, explains how to stay ahead despite constant change.
The journey of significance is filled with challenges to overcome.