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Having an everlasting brand is critical to your success now more than ever. If you're wondering where to start when it comes to branding yourself or your business, here are some ideas to get your gears turning.
Everyone makes mistakes, but not everyone knows how to turn them into learning opportunities. Instead of falling back on the choices to either "forgive and forget" or punish harshly, here are some ways to effectively tackle conflict head on.
From raises to teamwork to hiring and firing, having a sports team mentality helps put running a business in perspective. Here's why.
From fostering "community praise" to creating "mind movies," your answers suggest that inspiration is something to seek with intention.
Filling management holes that get created when the company gets bigger is important. Use these four principles to develop the leaders in your organization.
Ad fraud costs online retailers billions of dollars globally each year. Here's how to protect yourself and your company from losing out to the bots.
Schneider explains her process for looking around corners to see what's next for the Shutterfly family of brands.
Stop being a staff member and start becoming the CEO of Y-O-U.
Being an effective communicator is not just about how articulate you are, though that's important - it's also about how well you connect with people and the relationships you can form. Fortunately, "being good with people" is a skill you can learn (and need to learn) if you want to be successful.
Are your corporate training programs not driving your desired level of engagement? Learn why and how you can fix it.
A regular town hall not only keeps everyone in the loop about your bottom line, but it's a special opportunity to make employees feel valued and close to each other.